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

xsd validation xpath
Take that tacit understanding among a small and probably 
closed team and try to generalize it to an industry. 

What y'all are suggesting won't scale in the human 
dimension.  No, no one has to validate using a 
schema, but it is far less dependent on humans being 
proximate to each other.

This is a silly thread.  This stuff wasn't invented 


-----Original Message-----
From: Gerben Rampaart (Casnet Rotterdam) [mailto:Gerben@C...]

>And a *lot* of people are writing apps that read in XML right now today; I
wonder how many of them are including an XSD valudation step? -Tim

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 ?


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