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RE: Can XML Schemas do this?


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On Mon, 2003-01-20 at 19:33, Jeff Lowery wrote:

> > 2) Write a laxed schema with W3C XML Schema (most of the time using
> > xs:choice/@maxOccurs="unbounded" instead of xs:all) and add Schematron
> > rules to do the additional tests.
> > 
> There's a fourth approach that I've seen:  
> a) write the Schema using unbounded sequence models for the unordered
> elements, 
> b) perform primary validation of types against the raw schema
> c) do a secondary validation of cardinality constraints as defined in
> appinfo annotations in the Schema 

That's what I meant with 2) !

Eric
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