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   Re: [xml-dev] Java NVDL implementation

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I vote xpath, or realistically due to needs -  subset of xpath, which
would be the defined as absolute paths to elements and attributes

Bryan Rasmussen

On 5/12/06, Rick Jelliffe <rjelliffe@allette.com.au> wrote:
> Fraser Goffin said:
> > I was kinda hoping that JNVDL was going to do a bit more for me (like
> > providing an aggregated view of all of the validation errors from all
> > of the validators called, in a standard vocabulary (maybe even
> > allowing me to define what that vocabulary should be in some way) -
> > and, if I want it, the results for each namespace individually).
> I think the WG would be happy to consider adding a standard message
> reporting format, if someone contributed it. One thing holding us back is
> the desire to have running code, but I guess this is a quite well known
> issue.
> What would be great is if XML-DEVers could cobble together something, for
> example a set of requirements or a draft. Would you prefer the messages be
> given in terms of line numbers or XPaths?
> Schematron has a standard reporting format already:
> http://www.schematron.com/iso/P20.html
> > When
> > I think of COTS tooling I don't normally expect to write half of the
> > implementation myself ;-).
> Standards very often on specify half the necessary picture: XML & SGML for
> example.
> Cheers
> Rick Jelliffe
> Member WG1/SC34/JTC1
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