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Re: RE: XQuery and DTD/Schema?

Re: RE:  XQuery and DTD/Schema?
At 02:30 PM 7/6/2002 -0400, Jonathan Robie wrote:
>For data that is physically represented as XML, there already *is* a 
>layering - XML text is parsed to create an Infoset, which is validated to 
>create a PSVI, which is mapped into the XML Query data model. Do you 
>suggest a different layering? What layering would you prefer, and how 
>would this relate to the XML Query data model and typed operatoins?

That's easy.  Layer XML Query on the Infoset, drop the PSVI, and you have 
half a chance of producing something likely to have a long and useful lifetime.

Otherwise, change the name to PSVI Query and let us XML folks get on to XML.

Simon St.Laurent
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