Re: [xsl] mixing it up: REST+XML Namespaces + XLST

Subject: Re: [xsl] mixing it up: REST+XML Namespaces + XLST
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 12:13:57 +0100

  which once again can easily be inferred from XML namespace by
  concatanating fn:namespace-uri() and '#schema'

Yes you can clearly have a personal convention to put schemas anywhere
(although I'm not sure that all systems will support a schema document
at a fragment identifier weill they? (perhaps they will, I use XSD rather
rarely) What I meant was though that you asked what people would put at
a namespace URI and I gave the examples of (a) rddl which is expressly
for that purpose and (b) XSD which has looking up the namespace URI as a
built-in hint in the spec to allow validators to find schema documents
in the absence of schemaLocation attributes.


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