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From Stephen Winnall <>
Subject Re: re-design of sitemaps
Date Wed, 06 Jun 2007 17:59:28 GMT

On 6 Jun 2007, at 18:49, Geert Josten wrote:

>>>> 3) definition of a sitemap schema
>> rvlet-service framework?
> Have you tried validating your own sitemaps to this XSD yet? It  
> contains
> constructs that allow entry of unknown elements..

I tried a couple of sitemaps before I posted the original comment.  
One of them was based on the sitemap delivered with Cocoon 2.1.9.  
Both threw up errors (mainly unknown attributes).

I am aware that schemas can be written using the <any> element for  
undefined or unknown content, but that seems a bit of a cop-out to  
me. I don't know what the official adjective is for the class of XML  
documents for which a complete and correct XML schema can be written:  
let's use "x-able" as a place-holder. To the best of my knowledge,  
the Cocoon sitemap is not x-able, and I think that inhibits the  
development of useful tools for making Cocoon easier to use. (Perhaps  
the SunBow or Lepido people could comment on that?)


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