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Re: [xml-dev] Understanding XML catalogs: what they are, why theyare used, and where they are used

On 22/07/2010 12:54, Costello, Roger L. wrote:
> can they be used with<xsl:include>  elements?


They are mainly (perhaps only) applicable to specifying the locations of 
dtd and external parsed entities, that is the SYSTEM and PUBLIC 
identifiers defined in the grammar of XML.

If you want to be able to map arbitrary URI to arbitrary places then you 
need a URIResolver (it seems most java systems let you supply a 
URIResolver class) then you get more power than with the declarative xml 
catalog, but of course less applicability as if you write it in java it 
probably won't work without pain for xml applications written in C or 
.NET (and visa versa).


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