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Bullard, Claude L (Len) scripsit:
> No difference other than in
> the bracketed fellow has information in it that is extracted
> and used according to some local policy.
It's also true that a conformant OASIS XML Catalog resolver
will always treat URIs beginning with "urn:publicid:" as public IDs,
not system IDs or plain URIs. So if you specify a schemaLocation
of "urn:publicid:blah", an XML-Catalog-compliant system will
search the Public ID part of your catalog for "blah" after undoing
the transcription rules.
> Will XSLT trip over the public ID? I assume not.
No, it has no clue: a URI is a URI.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan email@example.com
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