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Re: implications of xpath 2.0 for schematron, XSD

Re:  implications of xpath 2.0 for schematron
Rick Jelliffe wrote:

> Schematron is expected to become an ISO standard in about 3 months 
> now, barring unforeseens.
> I expect it will gently become part of the fabric over the year after 
> that. I don't anticipate standards
> bodies will put out their own Schematron schemas particularly, more 
> that they will point to
> Schematron as a good way for users to test their additional constraints.

Off -list someone from a  national government which is using Schematron 
queried this statement.

I should clarify that I mean I don't expect that ISO, OASIS, W3C will 
put out many Schematron schemas: in part because I think they will try 
to stretch the existing schema languages to their breaking points 
(sometimes less, sometimes more than we might expect) and fudge the rest 
in text.   But I do think organizations that actually have to use the 
schemas they define, notably governments, web service stakeholders and 
multi-department corporations, will find Schematron useful and relieving.

Rick Jelliffe


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