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What is a qualified name?

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A qualified name is a name of the following form. It consists of an optional prefix and colon, followed by the local part, which is sometimes known as a local name.
prefix:local-part
--OR--
local-part
For example, both of the following are qualified names. The first name has a prefix of serv; the second name does not have a prefix. For both names, the local part (local name) is Address.
serv: Address
Address In most circumstances, qualified names are mapped to universal names.

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