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Subject: "normalizing" an XML document
From: Oswald Campesato <ocampesato@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 17:08:19 -0700 (PDT)
oswald campesato
Hello, everyone:

I have an XML document X1 that conforms to schema M1,
where M1 is the 'union' of schemas S1 and S2, each of
which contains multiple entities.  I need to split 
the contents of X1 into two XML documents D1 and D2,
where D1 conforms to S1 and D2 conforms to S2.  This
problem is further complicated by the fact that S1
and S2 (and hence M1) also contain many namespaces.

I would appreciate a rudimentary solution, such as
one in which S1 and S2 define a single complex type
that contains elements with different namespaces.

By the way, I did not find anything in the archives,
but that may be because I couldn't think of the
right keywords.



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