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Re: reasons why an XML instance must be validated witha XML sc

  • From: Manos Batsis <manos_lists@g...>
  • To: ilangocal@y...
  • Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2008 13:20:04 +0300

Re:  reasons why an XML instance must be validated witha XML sc
ilango wrote:
> If so, why should we use XML schema to validate XML?
> So this is the question I am trying to answer for myself and for my team 
> here.

Perhaps it's my English, but contrary to the list this sounds to me like 
"why should should I use XSD to validate my XML instead of something 
else?" question.

If that is the case, the answer can range from "no reason whatsoever" or 
"because the plumbing is already there" to "because I like it". You 
don't provide much info so I can't really tell. Are your 
tools/frameworks/team dependent/aware of XSD or are you free to choose 
an alternative? How would that fit in there?



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