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Re: Multiple schemas

From: Kal Ahmed <kal@techquila.com>
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2004 10:00:37 +0100
Message-ID: <407BAC35.5080908@techquila.com>
To: "'xmlschema-dev@w3.org'" <xmlschema-dev@w3.org>

If your parser / XML tools support XML catalogs (I believe that Xerces 
does at least), you could use a catalog to perform the necessary 
redirection. For a bite-size introduction, see [1]. For the full spec, 
see [2].



[1] http://norman.walsh.name/2003/06/05/xmlcatalogs

Graeme English wrote:

>I need to develop a schema for use at two different sites. The schema would
>reside on a different internal  web server at each site (the servers can't
>see each other) say
>http://webserver1/test.xsd and
>(it can't be on a public server for various reasons, and having it locally
>might present maintenance problems)
>There will be several people involved in writing xml documents based on the
>test.xsd (which is the same file at both ends). These files will be
>trasferred back and forward between sites.
>Is it possible to construct an xml document such that it somehow includes
>both possible locations for the test.xsd file? I don't want to have to
>modify the xml files each time there are transferred from site to site.
>Thanks for any help
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