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This reference defines XForms and how XForms Processors must interpret the various components in order to claim conformance.This is only a convention; any namespace prefix may be used in practice.Please refer to the errata for this document, which may include normative corrections.This document is also available in these non-normative formats: diff-marked HTML .The following typographical conventions are used to present technical material in this document.

The XML representations of various elements within XForms are presented using the syntax for Abstract Modules in XHTML Modularization [XHTML Modularization].An individual who has actual knowledge of a patent which the individual believes contains Essential Claim(s) must disclose the information in accordance with section 6 of the W3C Patent Policy.1 About the XForms Specification 1.1 Background 1.2 Reading the Specification 1.3 How the Specification is Organized 1.4 Documentation Conventions 1.5 Differences between XForms 1.1 and XForms 1.0 1.5.1 Model and Instance 1.5.2 Enhanced Submissions 1.5.3 Datatypes and Model Item Properties 1.5.4 Functions and XPath Expressions 1.5.5 User Interface 1.5.6 Actions and Events 2 Introduction to XForms 2.1 An Example 2.2 Providing XML Instance Data 2.3 Constraining Values 2.4 Multiple Forms per Document 3 Document Structure 3.1 Namespace for XForms 3.2 XForms Core Attribute Collections 3.2.1 Common Attributes 3.2.2 Linking Attributes 3.2.3 Single-Node Binding Attributes 3.2.4 Node-Set Binding Attributes 3.2.5 Model Item Property Attributes 3.3 The XForms Core Module 3.3.1 The model Element 3.3.2 The instance Element 3.3.3 The submission Element 3.3.4 The bind Element 3.4 The XForms Extension Module 3.4.1 The extension Element 3.5 The XForms Must Understand Module 4 Processing Model 4.1 Events Overview 4.2 Initialization Events 4.2.1 The xforms-model-construct Event 4.2.2 The xforms-model-construct-done Event 4.2.3 The xforms-ready Event 4.2.4 The xforms-model-destruct Event 4.3 Interaction Events 4.3.1 The xforms-rebuild Event 4.3.2 The xforms-recalculate Event 4.3.3 The xforms-revalidate Event 4.3.4 The xforms-refresh Event 4.3.5 The xforms-reset Event 4.3.6 The xforms-next and xforms-previous Events 4.3.7 The xforms-focus Event 4.3.8 The xforms-help and xforms-hint Events 4.3.9 The xforms-submit Event 4.3.10 The xforms-submit-serialize Event 4.4 Notification Events 4.4.1 The xforms-insert Event 4.4.2 The xforms-delete Event 4.4.3 The xforms-value-changed Event 4.4.4 The xforms-valid Event 4.4.5 The xforms-invalid Event 4.4.6 The xforms-readonly Event 4.4.7 The xforms-readwrite Event 4.4.8 The xforms-required Event 4.4.9 The xforms-optional Event 4.4.10 The xforms-enabled Event 4.4.11 The xforms-disabled Event 4.4.12 The DOMActivate Event 4.4.13 The DOMFocus In Event 4.4.14 The DOMFocus Out Event 4.4.15 The xforms-select and xforms-deselect Events 4.4.16 The xforms-in-range Event 4.4.17 The xforms-out-of-range Event 4.4.18 The xforms-scroll-first and xforms-scroll-last Events 4.4.19 The xforms-submit-done Event 4.5 Error Indications 4.5.1 The xforms-binding-exception Event 4.5.2 The xforms-compute-exception Event 4.5.3 The xforms-version-exception Event 4.5.4 The xforms-link-exception Event 4.5.5 The xforms-output-error Event 4.5.6 The xforms-submit-error Event 4.6 Event Sequencing 4.6.1 For input, secret, textarea, range, or upload Controls 4.6.2 For output Controls 4.6.3 For select or select1 Controls 4.6.4 For trigger Controls 4.6.5 For submit Controls 4.6.6 Sequence: Selection Without Value Change 4.6.7 Sequence: Value Change 4.6.8 Sequence: Activating a Trigger 4.6.9 Sequence: Submission 4.7 Resolving ID References in XForms 4.7.1 References to Elements within a repeat Element 4.7.2 References to Elements within a bind Element 4.8 DOM Interface for Access to Instance Data 4.8.1 The get Instance Document() Method 4.8.2 The rebuild() Method 4.8.3 The recalculate() Method 4.8.4 The revalidate() Method 4.8.5 The refresh() Method 4.9 Feature string for the has Feature method call 5 Datatypes 5.1 XML Schema Built-in Datatypes 5.2 XForms Datatypes 5.2.1 Additional XForms Datatypes to Allow Empty Content 5.2.2 xforms:list Item 5.2.3 xforms:list Items 5.2.4 xforms:day Time Duration 5.2.5 xforms:year Month Duration 5.2.6 xforms:email 5.2.7 xforms:card-number 6 Model Item Properties 6.1 Model Item Property Definitions 6.1.1 The type Property 6.1.2 The readonly Property 6.1.3 The required Property 6.1.4 The relevant Property 6.1.5 The calculate Property 6.1.6 The constraint Property 6.1.7 The p3ptype Property 6.2 Schema Constraints 6.2.1 Atomic Datatype 7 XPath Expressions in XForms 7.1 XPath Datatypes 7.2 Evaluation Context 7.3 References, Dependencies, and Dynamic Dependencies 7.4 Expression Categories 7.4.1 Model Binding Expressions and Computed Expressions 7.4.2 Expressions in Actions and Submissions 7.4.3 UI Expressions 7.4.4 UI Binding in other XML vocabularies 7.4.5 Binding Examples 7.5 The XForms Function Library 7.6 Boolean Functions 7.6.1 The boolean-from-string() Function 7.6.2 The is-card-number() Function 7.7 Number Functions 7.7.1 The avg() Function 7.7.2 The min() Function 7.7.3 The max() Function 7.7.4 The count-non-empty() Function 7.7.5 The index() Function 7.7.6 The power() Function 7.7.7 The random() Function 7.7.8 The compare() Function 7.8 String Functions 7.8.1 The if() Function 7.8.2 The property() Function 7.8.3 The digest() Function 7.8.4 The hmac() Function 7.9 Date and Time Functions 7.9.1 The local-date() Function 7.9.2 The local-date Time() Function 7.9.3 The now() Function 7.9.4 The days-from-date() Function 7.9.5 The days-to-date() Function 7.9.6 The seconds-from-date Time() Function 7.9.7 The seconds-to-date Time() Function 7.9.8 The adjust-date Time-to-timezone() Function 7.9.9 The seconds() Function 7.9.10 The months() Function 7.10 Node-set Functions 7.10.1 The instance() Function 7.10.2 The current() Function 7.10.3 The id() Function 7.10.4 The context() Function 7.11 Object Functions 7.11.1 The choose() Function 7.11.2 The event() Function 7.12 Extension Functions 8 Core Form Controls 8.1 The XForms Core Form Controls Module 8.1.1 Implementation Requirements Common to All Form Controls 8.1.2 The input Element 8.1.3 The secret Element 8.1.4 The textarea Element 8.1.5 The output Element The mediatype Element (for output) 8.1.6 The upload Element The filename Element The mediatype Element (for upload) 8.1.7 The range Element 8.1.8 The trigger Element 8.1.9 The submit Element 8.1.10 The select Element 8.1.11 The select1 Element 8.2 Common Support Elements 8.2.1 The label Element 8.2.2 The help Element 8.2.3 The hint Element 8.2.4 The alert Element 8.3 Common Markup for Selection Controls 8.3.1 The choices Element 8.3.2 The item Element 8.3.3 The value Element 9 Container Form Controls 9.1 The XForms Group Module 9.1.1 The group Element 9.2 The XForms Switch Module 9.2.1 The switch Element 9.2.2 The case Element 9.3 The XForms Repeat Module 9.3.1 The repeat Element 9.3.2 Nested Repeats 9.3.3 Repeat Processing 9.3.4 User Interface Interaction 9.3.5 Creating Repeating Structures Via Attributes 9.3.6 The itemset Element 9.3.7 The copy Element 10 XForms Actions 10.1 The action Element 10.2 The setvalue Element 10.3 The insert Element 10.4 The delete Element 10.5 The setindex Element 10.6 The toggle Element 10.6.1 The case Element Child of the toggle Element 10.7 The setfocus Element 10.7.1 The control Element Child of the setfocus Element 10.8 The dispatch Element 10.8.1 The name Child Element 10.8.2 The targetid Child Element 10.8.3 The delay Child Element 10.9 The rebuild Element 10.10 The recalculate Element 10.11 The revalidate Element 10.12 The refresh Element 10.13 The reset Element 10.14 The load Element 10.14.1 The resource Element child of load 10.15 The send Element 10.16 The message Element 10.17 Conditional Execution of XForms Actions 10.18 Iteration of XForms Actions 10.19 Actions from Other Modules 11 The XForms Submission Module 11.1 The submission Element 11.2 The xforms-submit Event 11.3 The xforms-submit-serialize Event 11.4 The xforms-submit-done Event 11.5 The xforms-submit-error Event 11.6 The Submission Resource 11.6.1 The resource Element 11.7 The Submission Method 11.7.1 The method Element 11.8 The header Element 11.8.1 The name Element 11.8.2 The value Element 11.9 Submission Options 11.9.1 The get Submission Method 11.9.2 The post, multipart-post, form-data-post, and urlencoded-post Submission Methods 11.9.3 The put Submission Method 11.9.4 The delete Submission Method 11.9.5 Serialization as application/xml 11.9.6 Serialization as multipart/related 11.9.7 Serialization as multipart/form-data 11.9.8 Serialization as application/x-www-form-urlencoded 11.10 Replacing Data with the Submission Response 11.11 Integration with SOAP 11.11.1 Representation of SOAP Envelope 11.11.2 Indicating a SOAP submission 11.11.3 SOAP HTTP Binding 11.11.4 Handling the SOAP Response 12 Conformance 12.1 Conforming XForms Documents 12.2 Conforming XForms Generators 12.3 Base Technologies for XForms Processors 12.4 Conformance Levels 12.4.1 XForms Model 12.4.2 XForms Full 13 Glossary Of Terms A References A.1 Normative References A.2 Informative References B Patterns for Data Mutations B.1 Prepend Element Copy B.2 Append Element Copy B.3 Duplicate Element B.4 Set Attribute B.5 Remove Element B.6 Remove Attribute B.7 Remove Nodeset B.8 Copy Nodeset B.9 Copy Attribute List B.10 Replace Element B.11 Replace Attribute B.12 Replace Instance with Insert B.13 Move Element B.14 Move Attribute B.15 Insert Element into Non-Contiguous, Heterogeneous Nodeset C Recalculation Sequence Algorithm C.1 Details on Creating the Master Dependency Directed Graph C.2 Details on Creating the Pertinent Dependency Subgraph C.3 Details on Computing Individual Vertices C.4 Example of Calculation Processing D Privacy Considerations D.1 Using P3P with XForms E Input Modes (Non-Normative) E.1 inputmode Attribute Value Syntax E.2 User Agent Behavior E.3 List of Tokens E.3.1 Script Tokens E.3.2 Modifier Tokens E.4 Relationship to XML Schema pattern facets E.5 Examples F Schema for XForms (Non-Normative) F.1 Schema for XML Events G XForms and Styling (Non-Normative) G.1 Pseudo-classes G.2 Pseudo-elements G.3 Examples H Complete XForms Examples (Non-Normative) H.1 XForms in XHTML H.2 Editing Hierarchical Bookmarks Using XForms H.3 Survey Using XForms and SVG I Acknowledgements (Non-Normative) J Production Notes (Non-Normative) Forms are an important part of the Web, and they continue to be the primary means for enabling interactive Web applications.The English version of this specification is the only normative version. Copyright © 2009 XForms is an XML application that represents the next generation of forms for the Web.XForms is not a free-standing document type, but is intended to be integrated into other markup languages, such as XHTML, ODF or SVG.

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