[xsl] Is XSL compatible with XMLSchema?

Subject: [xsl] Is XSL compatible with XMLSchema?
From: Karim Barkati <barkati@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 13:48:42 +0200
A priori, since an XML Schema is written in XML langage, an XSL file
should work on an XML Schema file.
Did anyone already test it?
Sorry to ask twice for the same question, but I didn't find the answer.
Karim Barkati

Here's a short description of XML Schema :

The XML Schema proposal provides a means of specifying element content
in terms of data types, so that document type designers can provide
criteria for validating the content of elements as well as the markup
itself. Schemas are written as XML files, thus avoiding the need for
processing software to be able to read XML Declaration Syntax, which is
different from XML Instance Syntax.

Although Schemas are not yet a formal Recommendation, a number of sites
are starting to serve useful applications as both DTDs and Schemas, eg
http://www.schema.net and http://www.dtd.com.

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