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Re: Namespace declaration and schema validation problems

jaxb schema validation
From: "Noelle" <ng302@s...>
> First of all, I have an XML page, which is uses XSLT to transform into
> (with a separate CSS), but it won't render correctly if I include a
> namespace declaration in the top level element.

The problem is likely in the transform, not the browser. Check the output
from an XSLT processor outside the browser.

> The second problem involves my schema.  Although the schema and XML
> against each other
> when I use a schema validator, the XML doesn't seem to be validating
> the
> schema when I use the browser to view it.  Is it necessary to
> use a DTD as well as a schema to enforce the structure of the document?

I tested both IE 6 and Mozilla 1.4. Neither produce any validation error
messages, for either DTD or XML Schema.

Perhaps someone here knows how to request the browsers validate, but I

Bob Foster


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