RE: Schematron Best Practice: A Schematron schema's area
If the system is sensitive to the time coupling of type creation and type validation, no. If not, yes. To put it another way, I can type in XML instances and an XML provider consumes them. I do that when I am mocking up screens and haven't decided how the tables should break down yet (document oriented screen design). So here, the schema is meaningless. OTOH, when I make a dataset in ASP, Visual Studio creates an XSD. I never see it. Who uses it? len From: Rick Jelliffe [mailto:rjelliffe@a...] So when considering efficiency, are systems that promote, in effect, no validation actually more "efficient" than systems that promote effective partial validation...
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