Tools for validating xml and viewing xslt output
We will collect all comments in an effort to determine whether the Microsoft Internet Explorer Tools for Validating XML and Viewing XSL software is reliable, perform as expected and deliver the promised features and functionalities.
Currently, when browsing XML files using Microsoft® Internet Explorer, the XML documents are not validated.
Beginning with MSXML 5.0 for Office Applications, support has been implemented to allow you to use inline XML schemas that conform to the XML Schemas (XSD) specification.
Inline schemas can be useful when it is inconvenient to physically separate the schema and the instance XML document.
I would like to do two very trivial things: validate my stylesheet ... it is still XML and a stylesheet either meets the rules of its "parent" schema or it does not.
Please offer some clarification on the extent to which XSL-FO can be validated.
In MSXML 6.0, inline XSD schema support is disabled by default.
Inline schema support includes a compiling step for any inline schema contents, prior to subsequent parse/validate operations.
But what if you need to incorporate a schema that will validates nodes that are tied to a namespace?
In this example, we will look at the changes needed if your inline XSD schema needs to be aware of namespaces.
Currently, when browsing XML files using Microsoft Internet Explorer, the XML documents are not validated.
Inline schemas are referenced and handled in the same way as external schemas that are declared using either the schema Location attribute or the no Namespace Schema Location attribute to specify a URI or path location to the external schema file.
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