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RE: XPath/XSLT 2.0 concerns

xslt 2.0 quick reference
Tim Bray [mailto:tbray@t...] wrote:

> The problem with that wordview is that Xpath/Xquery are 
> clearly mostly going to be used at application run-time.  
> I think the proportion of cases where XMLSchema validation 
> happens at application run-time is going to be way short 
> of 100%.  I personally think's actually going to be way 
> short of 25%, it's useful for design support and debugging 
> but it's just not at the right level for business-logic 
> validation.

I guess it depends on the pool of cases. I think it depends largely on
the type of XML application. In the case of Web service applications, I
think XML Schema validation will be extremely common at runtime.

Can you elaborate on what you mean by "...it's just not at the right
level for business-logic validation."?

Aaron Skonnard <http://skonnard.com>, DevelopMentor <http://develop.com>
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