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Re: [Moderator Action] validating an xml without internet connection

From: Martin J. Duerst <duerst@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2000 11:10:09 +0900
Message-Id: <4.2.0.58.J.20000711110655.035151e0@sh.w3.mag.keio.ac.jp>
To: "Simon St.Laurent" <simonstl@simonstl.com>, xmlschema-dev@w3.org
At 00/07/10 10:31 -0400, Simon St.Laurent wrote:
>At 03:03 PM 7/10/00 +0100, Henry S. Thompson wrote:
> >> I don't find targetNamespace useful if I can't find a local copy of the
> >> schema in the first place...
> >
> >Um, I'm lost.  We're discussing a case where an instance uses various
> >namespaces, schema documents for which I have local copies of.  What
> >it _means_ to have a schema document for a namespace is to have a
> >schema document whose 'targetNamespace' attribute is the name of that
> >namespace.  So when I provide those local copies to the
> >schema-validation process, I've essentially provided both LHS
> >(targetNamespace) and RHS (local filename for schema document)
> >for a catalog.
>
>I thought the question was regarding how to provide those local copies

Well, I guess you get them from the net, or you get them via
some other medium, such as a floppy. The easiest way to do
things (easiest for the end user) is to make sure your
application has a reasonable local cache built in.
I think both libwww and jigsaw (both available as open
source from W3C) include that.


>Sadly, I think my question remains largely unanswered, but given the
>current state of URI processing, I think it's wiser to take it to a
>different forum.

It looks like you seem there is a problem with the current state of
URI processing. Can you be more specific?

Regards,   Martin.
Received on Monday, 10 July 2000 22:44:37 GMT

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