Advanced XML applications from the experts at the XML Guild by The XML Guild

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A number of books abound for the start programmer who desires to study XML, yet there are few studying assets to be had when you are already expert in XML and want expert-level suggestion to assist maximize their workflow. complicated XML purposes from the specialists on the XML Guild presents this kind of source, written through the professional programmers on the XML Guild. The ebook isn't meant to be one other exhaustive XML "bible," really, it is a choice of complicated counsel and methods that the authors have utilized in the true world-and at the moment are satisfied to proportion with you. each one bankruptcy is written by way of the guild member thought of to be the specialist on a selected subject.

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After all, you do need the namespace to be in scope for every element. But that approach would produce the exact same result. As you might recall from the discussion of the inheritnamespaces attribute, XSLT’s default behavior is to copy all namespace nodes to descendant elements in the result tree. ) As long as you insert the namespace node into the document element, it will automatically be copied to the rest of the elements in the document. 0, there are still ways to create dynamic namespace nodes, provided you’re willing to use your processor’s version of the node-set() extension function (for converting result tree fragments to first-class node-sets).

Problem solved. The only nagging thing is that this stylesheet is going to start looking pretty verbose pretty fast if you’re going to use for every element (and consequently for every attribute). This is where comes to the rescue. It lets you define a “dummy” namespace whose only purpose is to temporarily disambiguate between literal result elements and stylesheet instructions. 0"> ... This is much nicer.

Being familiar with XML schema languages probably means that you know the basics of W3C XML Schema and have never had an opportunity to work with other schema languages. This chapter looks at common problems that are difficult or impossible to use with W3C XML Schema and discusses how you can work around them with W3C XML Schema, as well as using other schema languages either together with or instead of W3C XML Schema. By the end of the chapter, you should have a much better idea of what you can do when you hit a wall using your favorite schema language!

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