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> From: Eddie Robertsson [mailto:email@example.com]
> No, unfortuantely not. As of today it's only the Schematron
> Validator that
> supports these kinds of embedded Schematron rules. However,
> you can implement
> this yourself by including Xalan (the XSLT package from
> Xerces) in your
> application. The basic idea is to include a couple of XSLT
> transformations in
> your processing chain. First you extract the embedded
> Schematron rules using the
> XSD2Schtrn.xsl  stylesheet and then you use that result to
> validate with the
> Schematron stylesheets.
> I have a paper in the finishing stages that will give
> examples and explain the
> validation process in detail.
>  http://www.topologi.com/public/Schtrn_XSD/XSD2Schtrn.zip
Sun also has an add-on to their Multi-Schema Validator library for
supporting Schematron annotations, though I have not tried it, yet. Check
http://www.sun.com/xml for details.