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At 1/24/03 09:13 AM, Michael Kay wrote:
> > I need to validate XSLT document. How can I do that using
> > either DTD or XML Schema?
>Why would you want to validate an XSLT document using a DTD or XML
>Schema, when you can do the job much more thoroughly with an XSLT
Because XSLT stylesheets are XML documents, some people feel (or are told
as company policy) that they have to edit them using the company standard
XML editor. (This was, after all, once considered one of the benefits of
stylesheets being in XML!) This may be something like Epic, which requires
the use of a DTD.
Adding the entity declaration
<!ENTITY % result-elements "">
to the top of the DTD shown in Appendix C of the XSLT Rec
(http://www.w3.org/TR/xslt#dtd) will work. The result-elements entity is
there to allow for the use of literal result elements in the stylesheet; if
you leave it empty, your stylesheet will have to add all new elements using
the xsl:element instruction.
Bob DuCharme www.snee.com/bob <bob@
snee.com> see http://www.snee.com/bob/xsltquickly for
info on book "XSLT Quickly" from Manning Publications.
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