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   RE: [xml-dev] Conformance Testing and Schemas (WAS RE: [xml-dev] The tri

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> It would be interesting to hear some really unusual 
> applications of schemas, something really unconventional.  
> Anyone want to share any stories?

one 'unusual' but common use of schema is in WSDL by agents 
to manufacture XML messages as well as consume them. WSDL 2.0 
is supposedly schema language agnostic, though W3C schema is 
the only normative language. i wonder how successful 
assertive languages like Schematron are in constructing 

another 'unusual' but common use is using the schema for a 
language to examine a set of test XML documents and then report 
upon test coverage.

so nothing very 'unconventional' there .. ho hum ..



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