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Hi All,

With apologies to those who participate in the RNG-Users list, I would
like to repeat here a question that has yielded no answers there for
nearly two weeks -- something that may obviously suggest that the matter
is closed, but I'd love to make sure that I haven't missed any leads.

It just seems a pity not to see any competition, and consequently no
option to choose, between RELAX NG and XML Schema as far as the
serialization of UML models is concerned. I'd be very curious to know if
the reason is principled or maybe rather of the "just because" sort.



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [rng-users] UML-to-RNG
Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2011 22:43:49 +0200

Hello All,

I've been wondering: whenever I seem to read about UML models getting
mapped to XML, the target is either an instance, or XSD.

Both James Clark [1] and Eric van der Vlist [2] mention that RNG appears
to be a good[1]/perfect[2] target for mapping from UML, much better than

[1]: http://www.thaiopensource.com/relaxng/design.html
[2]: http://books.xmlschemata.org/relaxng/relax-CHP-14-SECT-3.html

And hence my question: has anyone actually employed this kind of mapping
and if so, may I please have a reference to a report on that or a link
to a live project that uses UML->RNG mapping? Tried googling, failed...

Many thanks in advance,


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