Hi Simon,

I filed a bug report here: http://pecl.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=12443

Thank you for your help.



On Nov 14, 2:40 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> On 14 Nov, 12:48, Paul Scott <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > On Wed, 2007-11-14 at 04:44 -0800, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > > I'll log it in Tuscany and make a change. I can make the change
> > > locally on PECL in the first instance. If people have doubts about
> > > this then let me know.
> > I have some serious doubts about that... Modifying to cater for
> > hyphenated names is asking for trouble - kind of like modifying SQL
> > standards to let people create reserved word field names...
> > --Paul
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> Hi Paul
> My reference [1] should have been (http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml/#NT-
> NameChar).
> >From this it looks to me like "-" can validly appear in the XML names,
> but not the first character. I don't see anything in the SDO C++ spec
> that describes the character set that forms property names in SDO
> other than by implication through its discussion of XPath. There is a
> danger here that looking in a spec for something that maybe excluded
> is always problematic.
> Are you suggesting that the "-" character should not appear in
> property names? One view would be to rule it out because it causes
> particular problems in PHP scripts. However that approach presents
> problems for people what to use existing schema. While the object->my-
> property syntax won't work you could expect the object['my-property']
> or object->{'my-property'} to work.
> Regards
> Simon

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