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Re: Transition from DTD to XML Schema specification

  • From: Robin Berjon <robin@j...>
  • To: Michael Kay <mike@s...>
  • Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2007 18:51:54 +0200

Re:  Transition from DTD to XML Schema specification
On Jun 05, 2007, at 16:59, Michael Kay wrote:
> I would have said there were two approaches:
> (a) continue to work without namespaces. You haven't actually said  
> why you
> want to introduce a namespace, and you can use XML Schema without one.
> (b) introduce a couple of simple XSLT stylesheets to do the  
> conversion from
> the non-namespace form to the namespace form and perhaps vice  
> versa. Run the
> transformation on the input before you apply schema validation.

Another potential option: define your schema as a chameleon schema,  
and have another schema import it and give it the namespace, then  
validate with either.

Robin Berjon, who wonders if advocating chameleon schemata counts as  
trolling or not
Computer games don't affect kids, I mean if pac man affected us as kids,
we'd all sit around in a darkened room munching pills and listening to
repetitive music.

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