Re: [xsl] Validation XSLT using XSLT 1.0

Subject: Re: [xsl] Validation XSLT using XSLT 1.0
From: "Ganesh Babu N" <nbabuganesh@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 16:49:35 +0530
Hai All,

As suggested by James, I am looking at the Schematron. I do not know
whether i can ask the question related to Schematron here. But I am
using Saxon to the process it. So I am asking it here.

Is there any possible to get the XML filename, line number and column
number of the node matching in the pattern?

The below process will give an idea of how I am using saxon to get the
schematron error report.

java -jar saxon9.jar -s:test.sch -xsl:iso_svrl.xsl -o:test.xsl
java -jar saxon9.jar -s:%1.xml -xsl:test.xsl -o:%1-error.xml


On 7/3/08, James Fuller <james.fuller.2007@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> you might want to see if schematron is a better 'starting point' for
> these kinds of validating stylesheets as well.
> hth, Jim Fuller
> On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 10:33 AM, Michael Ludwig <mlu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Abel Braaksma schrieb:
>>> Michael Ludwig wrote:
>>>>> 3. How to find non-ascii characters in the XML file and report an
>>>>> error using XSLT.
>>>> Don't use XSLT for this. Add the following XML declaration to your
>>>> input documents:
>>>>    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="us-ascii"?>
>>>> This will ensure the document won't get parsed unless it is pure
>>>> ASCII.
>>> Yet may still contain higher characters, which then will be escaped
>>> using numerical entity references... So, though the file will be
>>> US-ASCII, the contents does not necessarily fit in US-ASCII and still
>>> get parsed well.
>> That's true. I was lumping together the notions of character set and
>> character encoding.
>> From the OP's specification, however, it's not entirely clear which one
>> is the requirement here. Unless you suppose he'd have written "seven-bit
>> clean bytes" instead of "non-ascii characters" had he wanted to talk
>> about bytes instead of characters.
>> Michael Ludwig

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