Re: Interesting mailing list & a rare broadside
Michael Leditschke wrote: > >... > > "This property allows the user to specify a list of schemas to use. If the > targetNamespace of a schema (specified using this property) matches the > targetNamespace of a schema occurring in the instance document in > schemaLocation attribute, or if the targetNamespace matches the namespace > attribute of <import> element, the schema specified by the user using this > property will be used (i.e., the schemaLocation attribute in the instance > document or on the <import> element will be effectively ignored)." > > It would appear to be susceptible to the same attack as described above. The ironic thing is that I always thought that DTD's susceptability to this attack was a much more "real" argument against them than all of the bogus "uses ugly syntax" and "doesn't have datatypes" BS that was so popular three years ago. I felt schemas were important, in large part because it was a chance to fix that bug! Paul Prescod
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