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"Simon St.Laurent" <email@example.com> writes:
> There's an online schema validator at:
> It's been pretty helpful for me, mostly in confirming that a schema was
> fine but a processor wasn't.
Thanks for the plug. It's worth noting that handing a schema document
to XSV will check whether or not it conforms to the schema for schema
documents, but that's _all_ it will check. If it fails that test, you
know you need to fix something. However, it may pass that test, and
still not correspond to a conformant schema, because that requires
more than just valid syntax.
A tool which in my opinion does a pretty thorough job of checking
schema documents is IBM's SQC (Schema Quality Checker). There's a
pointer to that, and lots of other free and not-so-free tools, on the
W3C XML Schema home page .
Henry S. Thompson, HCRC Language Technology Group, University of Edinburgh
Half-time member of W3C Team
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