RE: Schema-aware processors - W3C schemas only?
> It also has to support the xsl:import-schema declaration and yes but it can support it with a null set of supported URI's can't it? > and the validate if there are no complex types in the static context (as no xsd has been read in) then validation is pretty much a no-op isn't it? (or rather comes down to essentially checking that the character cintent is castable to a specified simple type) > and type attributes. Again if there are no complex types around and only primitive xsd simple types I don't see why this requires XSD validation. In otherwords is it really clear that a system that accepts a data model with elements annotated with atomic xsd types such as xsd:double... coming from some source other than xsd validation can not claim conformance by supporting schema import with an empty set of available xsd schema? David -- http://www.dcarlisle.demon.co.uk/matthew XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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