On 8/30/07, Graham Charters <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> We've recently had a number of XML related defect raised against SDO
> (11923, 11925, 11926, 11927, 11930 and 11931).  These seem to all boil
> down to strictly enforcing the XML schema.  See the brief discussion
> in 11925 for more details.
> This phpsoa group discussion (http://groups.google.co.uk/group/phpsoa/
> browse_thread/thread/0697ece05fd15c12) is where we left the subject
> some time ago. I'm a little concerned that google thinks there are
> more posts than it is actually showing and I also seem to recall there
> being a little more than I now see.  I believe we concluded we would
> implement a validate() method on the XML DAS.  Internally this would
> serialize to an XML string and use an existing validating parser to
> check it (Rob suggests SAX above).  Not pretty, but would give us
> something to work with/throw rocks at :-S .
> Does this match other people's recollections?
> Graham.
> >
> Sounds about right to me. The current SDO data model we use doesn't have
the fidelity to represent all aspects of XML so we are going to have to step
outside of that to represent a schema for validation purposes.  What you
suggest sounds like a reasonable first step toward this.


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