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   Re: [xml-dev] Another published schema broken by XML Schema erratachange

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How do you create a valid JSP that renders HTML?

<jsp:root xmlns:jsp="http://java.sun.com/JSP/Page";>

since it is not in 'xsd:any namespace' -- how?

I usually just create/render well-formed HTML and then use a servlet 
filter to XSL identity transform to HTML or XHTML(xml).


Henry S. Thompson wrote:

> Bob Foster <bob@objfac.com> writes:
>>This is the schema for JSP 1.2 XML syntax. If you want to use it, you
>>will need to download a copy, add a \ in front of the - in the
>>definition of the AsciiName entity and use the local copy instead.
>>I mention this not just to further vent my annoyance that this schema
>>and others like it were broken by an "errata" change
> <snip/>
> Are you suggesting the contradiction in the spec. regarding dash as a
> range wasn't an problem?  Or that despite having found the error we
> shouldn't have corrected it?
> In the case of errors like this, which compromise interop because
> different implementations choose different solutions to the problem
> created by the contradiction, it is inevitable that resolving this
> will mean some existing documents which _some_ existing processors
> were happy with become invalid.  The benefits in improved interop are
> worth the resulting need to upgrade, in my opinion.
> In any case, having said all that as my personal opinion.  The
> Proposed Edited Recommendation is just that, proposed, so please
> submit a comment to www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org objecting to
> erratum E2-18, if indeed you think the problem it addresses [1]
> shouldn't have been fixed in this way.
> ht
> [1] http://www.w3.org/2001/05/xmlschema-rec-comments.html#pfiregexcharRange


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