XML trade off 1 - DTD vs XML Schema

Mark Birbeck Mark.Birbeck at iedigital.net
Tue Jul 27 11:24:37 BST 1999

Don Park wrote:
> > document - you just pass a 'sub-set' of the schema (which is still
> > itself a valid schema).
> Thus we end up with "XML Schema Fragment" (XML Schema + XML 
> Fragment).  Has
> anyone actually tried doing this?  I am interested in knowing 
> any serious
> issues.

Er ... no you don't. (It might be worth revisiting the raging debate
about fragments from a few months ago.) The technique I have used means
it is always a complete schema, if it only represents a sub-set of some
larger schema.



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