Two distinct DITA document types that are taken from different tools or environments might be functionally equivalent.
A DITA document type is defined by the following:
@domainsattribute on the root element of the document
@classattributes of all the elements in the document
Two document-type shells define the same DITA document type if they integrate identical vocabulary modules, constraint modules, and rules for topic nesting. For example, a document type shell that is an unmodified copy of the OASIS-provided document-type shell for topic defines the same DITA document type as the original document-type shell. However, the new document-type shell has the following differences:
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