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schematron uses a different paradigm from RELAX NG and XML-Schema.
however, schematron uses this paradigm for somewhat the same purpose as
what RELAX NG and XML-Schema do.
but I think there recently have been efforts that schematron actually
complements what is done by RELAX NG and XML-Schema -- that is very good.
I have not followed schematron closely but I think what is really
interesting contribution from schematron is the paradigm by which it does
things -- the applications where it is useful, I am not sure.
Again, if someone could provide some application scenarios and how
schematron helps with some technical detail, I would be very glad.
thanks and regards - murali.
On Wed, 5 Jun 2002, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> Someone usually does. The SGMLers understand it and practiced it
> virtually like a religion (the SGML Way). It gets messy however to
> ignore processing contexts if systems are to interoperate without
> human interventions. A reason for understanding what features XML
> Schema, RELAX NG and/or Schematron enable is to pick the right tool to
> get the right strength of agreement. (Am I the only one who considers
> Schematron almost heroic? It is the one piece the others need
> consistently and why I am holding out for DSDL.)