RE: Schema aware transformations
> > -Does the SA processor require a source schema for every > > transform (when > > using schema-element() etc)? > > No, a schema-aware processor can handle both typed and > untyped input documents. Is it the case that a schema-aware processor processing an untyped input document behaves the same as a non-SA processor on that document? For example, I could use Saxon 8.4SA with my current stylesheets and (currently) untyped source and I would get the same output as using Saxon 8.4B? (I'm trying to rule out any reasons for choosing 8.4B over 8.4SA) > > -Is it possible to store the validated source (the PSVI?) > and supply > > that for subsequent transforms? > > Watch this space.... I think that's the clincher at the moment. > > Other than the 2.0 spec, are there any good resources out > there for SA > > processing? > > There's a chapter in my book, but it was written before I had > any real practical experience to share. So the answer is, > very little. I've been meaning for a while to write some > articles on the subject. I have given a few talks (the next > one is in Prague on Saturday, but I think they're > full...) (I'm in Prague this weekend too, but on a friends stag do - small world isn't it?) I have your books but as you say the chapter on SA processing doesn't have many real world examples. Those articles or lecture notes would be useful... cheers andrew
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