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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Using Schematron to define templates

I am working on similar project ( creating DB5 template with customized 
sections etc.)  where the instance needs to be a valid DB5 document.

I do not know Schematron; however, I have been using RelaxNG schema 
(customized per requirements) and it's good so far.


Dick Hamilton wrote:

>I'm working on a DocBook template for a documentation project
>plan, and it occurred to me that once I have a template defined,
>I could create a set of Schematron assertions to check that an
>instance conforms to the template.
>I would want the instance to be valid DocBook at all times, but
>would use Schematron to check for things like the presence of
>required sections, the sequence of sections, the presence of
>required metadata, and so forth.
>Has anyone on the list used Schematron for something like this,
>and if so how did it go?
>I'd also be interested in any thoughts anyone has about the
>appropriateness of using Schematron versus other methods (e.g.,
>modifying the RelaxNG) for this purpose.
>Dick Hamilton
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