RE: [xsl] Where is the DTD for XSL

Subject: RE: [xsl] Where is the DTD for XSL
From: "Michael Kay" <mhk@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2003 13:42:08 +0100
> When we write an xsl, we get some error if the XSL is not 
> proper. How the validation actually happens? Where is the DTD 
> for XSL? 

An XSLT processor validates an XSLT stylesheet in the same way as a Java
compiler validates a Java program. It doesn't need a DTD to do this: it
knows the rules. And there are many rules that could not be expressed in
a DTD, for example the fact that the value of the version attribute must
be numeric.

Michael Kay

Can any one tell me the logic behind > the process. 
>"; This link has the DTD. But in 
> the namespace we use this <xsl:stylesheet 
> xmlns:xsl="";  version="1.0">
> Thanks in Advance
> -Sanghamitra
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