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Re: Canonicalizer that uses XML Schemas (rather than DTDs)?

Re:  Canonicalizer that uses XML Schemas (rather than DTDs)?
> 1. Is there a canonicalizer which uses XML Schemas instead of DTDs?

Not that I am aware of-- but probably...

> 2. Can you think of other differences that would occur if XML Schemas
>    were used by a canonicalizer rather than DTDs?

Yes, there is a whole range of datatype canonicalizations that you need 
to worry about as well. For example converting a time/date to UTC. This 
was actually one of the most frequently rewritten sections in the 
erratta for the 1.0 version. Probably more than restriction...

Jeff Rafter


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