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Re: using xml schema to generate xml
True. But do you think the second scenario is feasible? To be more
specific: can I use SAX to process a schema and generate nodes based on
the availability in the second xml? Or - even better - when I do my
validation using SAX, can I generate nodes based on the presence/absence
Michael Kay wrote:
Syntax-directed editors have some similarities with this idea.
But remember that for a given schema, there's an infinite number of possible
instances, and choosing a plausible one might not always be easy.
From: Marc Lambrichs [mailto:marc.lambrichs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 14 November 2006 13:08
Subject: using xml schema to generate xml
I'm thinking of a scenario where I can generate an (instance)
xml-document based on an xml-schema and another xml-stream or
-file. I think I can parse the schema with xslt and lookup
the appropriate values in the other xml-file.
However, a more beautiful solution - I think - would be that
parsing the xml together with the schema, and since some
errors events will occur, attaching code to those events that
will put some nodes in the resulting xml. Has anybody had
some experience with one of these scenarios?
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