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Re: AW: Schema definition for <Transform>

From: merlin <merlin@baltimore.ie>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 10:26:09 +0100
To: "Gregor Karlinger" <gregor.karlinger@iaik.at>
Cc: "Joseph M. Reagle Jr." <reagle@w3.org>, "Ed Simon" <ed.simon@entrust.com>, w3c-ietf-xmldsig@w3.org
Message-Id: <20010410092609.501A643BDA@yog-sothoth.ie.baltimore.com>

I'm with Gregor. I think that the text should be something along
the lines of:

The normative specification for XSL Transformations is [XSLT].
The XSL transformation is encoded within a namespace-qualified
<code>stylesheet</code> element which MUST be the sole transform
parameter child element.

I.e:

<Transform xmlns="&dsig;" Algorithm="&xslt;">
  <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="&xslt;" ...>
    ...
  </xsl:stylesheet>
</Transform>

Next paragraph, typo "covert" -> "convert".

Next paragraph, typo "to perform canonicalize" -> "to c10e".

Merlin

r/gregor.karlinger@iaik.at/2001.04.10/10:35:58
>Joseph,
>
>> Ok, the actual element type in the dsig namespace has now been 
>> removed from 
>> the spec, dtd, and xsd, though the text still reads:
>> 
>> http://www.w3.org/Signature/Drafts/xmldsig-core/Overview.html#sec-XSLT
>> The normative specification for XSL Transformations is [XSLT]. 
>> The XSL style 
>> sheet or transform to be evaluated appears as the character content of a 
>> transform parameter child element named XSLT.
>
>What does "character content" mean? Should the XSL stylesheet markup be
>encoded in some fashion in order that it can be inserted as text? Otherwise
>appearance as character content of a "XSLT" Element is invalid.
>
>What is the namespace for the "XSLT" element?
>
>> The root element of a XSLT 
>> style sheet within a Transform element should SHOULD be a namespace 
>> qualified <stylesheet> element.
>
>Liebe Gruesse/Regards, 
>---------------------------------------------------------------
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