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RE: xsd validation was RE: XPath/XSLT 2.0 concerns


xslt based xsd validation
> Indeed, not many I would think. Truth is that many developers / teams choose
> for XML as the communication language between various components of their
> application which they all write themselves. And why would you use
> validation in such a case ? You know perfectly well which XML is being
> generated ... it's not going to change overnight. One side on the app
> generates and the other side receives (and vice-versa) ... no need for a DTD
> or XSD.
>
> Agreed ?

No.

I know of several places where folks are doing schema validation on *their
own output* as well as everywhere they get an incoming XML message.

Perhaps they are less sanguine than you are about bugs.  Or more
realistic. :)  They are also concerned about malicious parties introducing
bad data.

These are mostly financial institutions.  As some of them have some of my
money, I'm glad they are so cautious.
	/r$



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