RE: Canonicalizer that uses XML Schemas (rather than DTDs)?
Rich Salz wrote: > Hm, the C14N stuff I am familiar with (c14n and exc-c14n as part of XML > DSIG at W3C) are DTD-unaware. Which mechanism uses the DTD to fill in > attribute values, or whatever? In Section 1.1 of Canonical XML Version 1.0 it says: - Default attributes are added to each element When I run the canonicalizer tool that comes with the Apache security suite it fills in default values (by harvesting the default values from the DTD specified in the DOCTYPE declaration). /Roger
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