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On Sat, 2004-04-10 at 20:26, Dennis Sosnoski wrote:
> I think that makes ASN.1 a reasonable "one-size-fits-schema" choice. A
> lot of the world is still not schema, though - and even for documents
> with schemas, would the ASN.1 approach handle arbitrary documents at
> runtime, or would it need to use pregenerated codecs?
I see in this an other threads that there is a misconception of
associating ASN.1 with XML schemas. This is only the case if we consider
the X.694 spec in which a mapping from XSD to ASN.1 is defined.
A completely different spec is X.finf (finf = Fast Infoset) in which a
schema for the XML infoset is being defined. This spec will allow
encoding arbitrary XML documents without the need of a schema. In the
future it may also be possible to use X.finf together with X.694 to
encode open content (e.g. xsd:any).
Thus, both Fast Schema (X.694) and Fast Infoset (X.finf) are supported
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