RE: XPath/XSLT 2.0 concerns
Eric van der Vlist [mailto:vdv@d...] wrote: > By business logic, I guess that Tim meant (or I least I would say > myself) that W3C XML Schema is often weak and requires at least the > addition of a rule based schema language like Schematron if not the > full flexibility and power of XSLT or a general purpose programming > language... Ok, that makes more sense. Having additional rule/constraint evaluation built into the language is a huge plus, but it can always be layered over schema validation. In .NET, you can accomplish this by writing a custom extension that can be used declaratively on your WS methods. -- Aaron Skonnard <http://skonnard.com>, DevelopMentor <http://develop.com> Essential XML Quick Reference available online in PDF format... <http://develop.com/books> Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you're a mile away and you have their shoes.
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