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Re: [xml-dev] XPath Schema Language (was: Victory has been declared in the schema wars ...)

On 29 Nov 2006, at 03:17, Michael Champion wrote:

> Speaking of XSD 1.1 and Schematron, what do others think about their
> approach of defining their own constraint language based on Schematron
> concepts rather than taking an external dependency on Schematron?

I love Schematron, and it satisfies most validation/constraint/rules
stories very well, but no so much the description/abstraction story.

I'd like to define a way XPath could be used to say
"here's a bag of values I'm sending / expect you to send".

WADL does this, but XPath is a little too powerful for a
declarative language.

Using the xsl:template/@matches or xs:keyref/xs:selector/@path
profile might do it ..

(Adding the XPath 2.0 QName / Regex / base-types processing
   maybe interesting, but going too far)


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