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Re: [xsl] instance-of schema-element

2008-03-14 10:49:04
Andrew Welch wrote:
lax validation will validate the element if a definition is found to
validate it against... so because a definition is there, lax will
behave the same as strict wouldn't it?

That wasn't how I understood lax validation, but checking the relevant specs confirms that you're correct.

It would seem useful to have a validation mode that assigned a type of xs:anyType to an element that failed validation - raising errors is such a drastic measure to resort to in a language without the ability to trap those errors.


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