Re: bohemians, gentry
> Because schema are like colored glasses, I can look at the same > document in eleven different ways with eleven different schemas. That's fine except that the way things are set up some hidden agent sneaks up on you and applies these glasses, filtering out your natural view of the world, without telling you. If you happen to spot everything's gone red you might notice, but if it's just a slight change in focal length you might not notice until you fall over and break your neck. From XSLT you don't get to find out what schema has (or has not) been applied, as far as I can see, both to the initial input and to documents referenced by document(). How can you swap you glasses given the current XSLT/Xpath drafts? Schema processing is just a hidden black box transforming your data before you get chance to transform it yourself. There must be a way to turn it off. David _____________________________________________________________________ This message has been checked for all known viruses by Star Internet delivered through the MessageLabs Virus Scanning Service. For further information visit http://www.star.net.uk/stats.asp or alternatively call Star Internet for details on the Virus Scanning Service.
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