Subject:Schema Validation using the top level elements Author:sara kakileti Date:23 Oct 2007 01:13 PM
Not able to validate the schema which in extended from 2 levels. Suppose, schema A extended from schema B and schema B extended from schema C. Schema A will validate by using elements in schema B only but not in schema C. Means, it is not going to the top level. It works good with Xerces and Saxon parsers in the java code. Is this a known issue with stylus studio?
Subject:Schema Validation using the top level elements Author:Tony Lavinio Date:25 Oct 2007 08:38 AM
Many issues have been resolved since this release of Stylus
Studio 6. You may upgrade at least to the latest corresponding
6.2 release, and even 6.3 for free. See http://www.stylusstudio.com/update
You might also be interested in looking at Stylus Studio 2007,
which includes several useful new tools such as the pipeline
designer for building multi-stage transformations, and the new
presentation XML Report tool for generating HTML+CSS or PDF files
from XSL:FO. You may download a free evaluation copy, which can
live side-by-side with your current versions, from http://www.stylusstudio.com/xml_download.html
At the very least, please upgrade off of your current version to take
advantage of fixes made in the meantime.