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- From: Andrew Layman <email@example.com>
- To: XML-Dev Mailing list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 4 Jan 1999 13:08:52 -0800
David Megginson said:
"The problem with using a schema is that you either kill light-weight
XML processing or force the translation to take place upstream, so the
client doesn't have the opportunity to take advantage of the
I don't follow your point about a schema killing lightweight processing.
Any sort of mapping--such as might be indicated in a schema--would require
obtaining the mapping rules and running a processor. And I also see that it
would be useful to be able to process a document without doing any mapping.
But would this not be equally true of of any mapping scheme, whether AFs,
mappings packaged with schema, XSL-based or other?
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