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Examples to add to use case --current-5.3

From: Henry S. Thompson <ht@inf.ed.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 11:16:07 +0000
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Example 1:

 Process an XML document through XInclude;
 Transform the result using XSLT with a fixed stylesheet;
 Digitally sign the result per XML Signature.

Example 2:

 Process an XML document through XInclude;
  [Note this _should_ have an impact on the [base URI] properties in
   the infoset]
 Remove any xml:base attributes anywhere in the resulting infoset;
 Schema-validate the resulting infoset with a fixed schema document;
 Update any element or attribute in the resulting infoset whose [type
   definition] is xs:anyURI, by absolutising its value wrt the
   relevant [base URI].

 Interesting points: 

  1) Contains some steps which operate at a lower level of granularity
     than whole XML-family specs such as XSLT/XML Schema;

  2) Assumes preservation of infoset ([base URI]) and PSVI ([type
     definition]) properties from step to step.

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