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Re: Namespaces and Schemes

From: "Thomas B. Passin" <tpassin@----.--->
To: xml-dev@-----.---.---
Date: 11/12/2000 6:06:00 AM
I haven't seen your example, but it sounds like a job for

Tom Passin

Sean B. Palmer asked -

>those names. However, I am developing a system (well a
processor for a
> document framework; see the RDF IG lists) whereby the
namespace of a
> document and its scheme are very closely binded, and I
*need* some means of
> tying them together before I can go on to the next step:
which is
> recognising parsing and separating self describing rules
> This is a messy problem, and I realise this sort of thing
usually start big
> arguements, but I just want to find the "easiest" solution
for my particular
> program. The problems I am facing at the moment are:-
> 1. DTDs can't be mixed on the level that I am trying to
achieve this
> 2. XML Schemas can't be validated on this level
> 3. RDF Schemas don't have anything to do with the
structure I need
> If you still haven't got a clue as to what I am hinting at
here, look
> through the RDF IG archives for my SDF example, and tell
me how on earth I
> am supposed to validate it (let's just say it mixes a
*lot* of different
> vocabularies).


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