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RE: dynamically generated XML Schema?! Re: R: [xml-d

  • To: "Burak Emir" <Burak.Emir@e...>, "Michael Kay" <michael.h.kay@n...>
  • Subject: RE: dynamically generated XML Schema?! Re: R: Number of active public XML schemas
  • From: "Chiusano Joseph" <chiusano_joseph@b...>
  • Date: Wed, 3 Nov 2004 09:28:18 -0500
  • Cc: "Chizzolini Stefano" <chist@c...>, <xml-dev@l...>
  • Thread-index: AcTBnKCYiyYaqaD0SFu6/hdGm9Z/TgAFIG4g
  • Thread-topic: dynamically generated XML Schema?! Re: R: Number of active public XML schemas

dynamic xml schema
I have often thought about the concept of dynamically generated WSDL
documents, for cases in which more ad-hoc interaction among systems
needs to occur, perhaps driven by the context of a request. But I think
we're a ways off from that in terms of standards and products - if it is
indeed a useful concept.

Kind Regards,
Joseph Chiusano
Booz Allen Hamilton
Strategy and Technology Consultants to the World
 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Burak Emir [mailto:Burak.Emir@e...] 
> Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 2004 6:56 AM
> To: Michael Kay
> Cc: 'Chizzolini Stefano'; xml-dev@l...
> Subject: Re:  dynamically generated XML Schema?! Re: 
>  R:  Number of active public XML schemas
> 
> Michael Kay wrote:
> 
> >>Who needs to dynamically generate schemas? The whole point 
> of schemas 
> >>is to be a widespread, well understood description of instances.
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >There was someone with that need writing to the list a few 
> days ago. It
> >  
> >
> I am aware of that request for help, but I disagree. You were 
> suggesting 
> to her that multiple schemas might do the trick.
> 
> >seems entirely legitimate to me to apply different schemas 
> to the same
> >document at different stages of a workflow, or for senders 
> of documents to
> >apply stronger validation criteria than recipients of the 
> same documents.
> >
> >  
> >
> Granted, but does that require a "dynamically generated" schema?
> 
> By dynamically generated, I understand this: A clever way of 
> doing many 
> matrix multiplications is to use dynamic programming (ordering the 
> multiplications once you know all the matrices' dimensions).
> 
> A web application may dynamically generate a response for a request.
> 
> In the use case you seem to suggest, senders seem to refine 
> schemas to 
> achieve tighter checking. If one knows in advance that one wants such 
> refinement, one can write the schemas by hand. If not, then finding a 
> mechanical transformation for the old schema will not help much.
> 
> I guess, the problem for that use case is modularity.
> 
> Coming back to "dynamically generated", I think the very fact that 
> somebody can write a mechanical transform to generate one schema from 
> another hints at enough anticipation of requirements that the 
> original 
> schema could have been written in an extensible way in the 
> first place.
> 
> regards,
> Burak Emir
> 
> http://lamp.epfl.ch/~buraq
> 
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