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   Streaming Validation for XML: STX goes Schematron

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  • Subject: Streaming Validation for XML: STX goes Schematron
  • From: "Trapp, Tobias" <Tobias.Trapp@sys.aok.de>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2006 19:28:19 +0200
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  • Thread-topic: Streaming Validation for XML: STX goes Schematron

At the moment I'm experimenting with a prototype of a validation 
language similar to Schematron but based on STX 
(http://stx.sourceforge.net). I invented this language to perform checks

that can't be coded with W3C XML Schema and apply it on XML documents
are too big to be processed with XSLT or Schematron. I called this
SVX (an acronym for Streaming Validation for XML).

If you are interested in my work I refer to my blog : 
https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/3978 .

In this blog I give a example for two arithmetical checks. The second
uses a buffer to perform comparisons. In this blog you find a link to an

XSLT-implementation that generates STX from a STV schema. 

I wonder whether there are other similar approaches. And if I didn't 
reinvent the wheel, do you think this approach could be worth for



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