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Xerces-J is not too bad, but I have spent many hours
with the following example, trying to figure out, what's wrong:
The schema should specify an element, which is empty, am I right?
and your article somewhere on XML.com :-)
But both xsv and Xerces-J haven't say even "boooo!" and where happy :-(
(I am using Xerces 2.0.0, the xsv is some month old)
Or am I overlooking something?
Eric van der Vlist wrote:
> Good points, Jonathan.
> Jonathan Robie wrote:
>> 1. Let's figure out which implementations do a particularly good job
>> of implementing XML Schema. If there are one or two that are really
>> good, that would be very useful information, even if there are a bunch
>> that are not good. Let's make compatibility a marketable commodity.
> According to my experience which is absolutely not exhaustive since I
> have been using mainly only tools running on my laptop (Linux) and
> tested on the examples which are included in my book (to come) about W3C
> XML Schema, the most complete and conform implementation is by far
> I have also found their developers very active in fixing bugs as soon as
> you report one.
> Again, it's not exhaustive, but kudus for Xerces-J!
<name firstName="Jirka" surname="Jirat"/>
<mail> firstname.lastname@example.org </mail>
<support> http://www.zvon.org </support>