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RE: how to influence dtd processing?

Subject: RE: how to influence dtd processing?
From: "Pawson, David" <DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 07:38:18 -0000
RE: how to influence dtd processing?
~Steve T wrote:

>Do you need the full DTD for XSL processing, and is it possible for you
>to separate validation and processing for this application?  
>Perhaps you
>could do validation with the full DTD, and XSL processing with 
>a partial
>one, listing, say, only the ID and namespace attributes?
>
>A good way of doing this with SGML is to use different catalogs for
>different purposes; this is more or less what you express a desire for
>with setting different paths.  Perhaps you can find an XML parser that
>implements the SAX api and also understands some form of catalog, and
>integrate that appropriately (presumably by writing a Java class that
>sets up the parser with the appropriate catalogs and then 
>passes that to
>XT)?

nsgmls from James C has the -C option, which specifies a catalog.

Would that meet the bill?

DaveP




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