Re: XPath/XSLT 2.0 concerns
Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote: > One thing I don't understand about this idea: what if the document is > invalid according to its schema? Is schema checking a prerequisite for > using the schema (which would seem to be a huge performance hit in > itself) or does the processor simply produce incorrect results in this > case? The document needs to be type-decorated, which isn't much different from validated in the case of XML Schema, so yes in the normal case you will have a performance hit that will most likely be higher than what you gain in msot cases. In the case I am considering however, the document can only be valid because it has been binary encoded using a schema, and it won't encode if it ain't valid. -- Robin Berjon <robin.berjon@e...> Research Engineer, Expway 7FC0 6F5F D864 EFB8 08CE 8E74 58E6 D5DB 4889 2488
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