Schematron


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Schematron

An XML schema that is used to validate an XML document. Unlike grammar-based schema languages, Schematron is made up of XPath patterns that define the tree structures and relationships. It can be used by itself or embedded within a W3C XML Schema or RELAX NG schema. The final draft of an ISO version of Schematron was made available in late 2004 and was published as an ISO standard in 2006. For more information, visit www.schematron.com. See XML schema.
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Para complementar la validacion de tipo semantico de un documento XML, en el sentido formal de un lenguaje de especificacion o programacion, se ha definido el schematron, actualmente propuesto para estandarizacion en la ISO, que se ha denominado DSDL (Document Schema Description Language) y cuyas instancias pueden "embeberse" en un esquema XML, mediante el elemento <appinfo>.
It validates against a wide range of schemas, such as Relax NG, NRL, and Schematron.
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