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Joe English wrote:
> Architectural schemas are usually much simpler than source
> document schemas, and source schemas often reference multiple
> architectures. If Format A conforms to Architectures M, N, and O,
> and Process P is based on Architecture N, then to get Process P
> to work with Format B, it suffices to map Format B to Architecture N.
> This should be easier than converting Format B to Format A (which
> might not even be possible).
This is a very nice explanation. Thanks.
How rich are the transformations that AFs can perform? Can they do
anything more than renaming? For example, can they do reordering,
concatenating, adding/eliminating intermediate structure, etc.?