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Re: A simple guy with a simple problem
- From: Eric =?unknown-8bit?Q?B=F6se-Wolf?= <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 17:55:47 +0100
Hello XML people !
I'am readin' this list a short time ( 3 months or so ) and there
were several things I wondered about. In the meantime I said to
myself: "Go and look what they mean!"
But now If got a question, cause this statement makes me curious.
There is however, some subtile workaround for this. You may
try collecting rare latters where SGML experts *themselvs* are
saying that DTDs are better to be removed from XML 1.0
For smart manager this may click on something and he
may initiate the process of redesigning the entity-dtd-based
workflows into something better ( and your problems will be gone ).
In general, XSLT-based workflows should work better.
I mean that Common XML + XSLT is less trouble than
full-blown XML with DTDs and entities.
I thought DTDs are used to define the validness of a XML document and
XSLT is used to convert a XML instance in another one with another DTD.
Is that correct?
I understood this statement in the way that XSLT would be used instead of
DTDs and this I heard the first time...
( please don't mind me english, I'm a german student. )
Nothin' is worse than havin' an itch you
can never scratch.