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[Bug 14734] [XSLT 2.0] Literal result elements should not be laxly validated

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--- Comment #4 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> 2012-04-05 08:08:05 UTC ---
>The "schema for stylesheets" clearly would not contain a declaration for "book".

This problem originally came from Norm Walsh and I imagine the context was
XProc.

One of the factors might be that Saxon really only allows you to use one schema
at a time; this forces you to create a schema containing the union of all the
schemas that you really want. Unfortunately lax validation is one of the things
that can change its effect if your schema contains random extraneous stuff that
you're not really interested in for a particular validation episode. (Another,
in XSD 1.1, is notQName="##defined"). Perhaps some of the problems would be
avoided if Saxon allowed you to have multiple schemas around at the same time..

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