In markup languages, Schematron is a rule-based validation language for
making assertions about the presence or absence of patterns in XML trees.
ISO/IEC 19757-3:2006 Information technology -- Document Schema Definition
Language (DSDL) -- Part 3: Rule-based validation -- Schematron; Available free
The Schematron is a simple and powerful Structural Schema Language (http://
www.ascc.net/xml/resource/schematron/schematron.html.) Rick Jelliffe describes
Introduction to Schematron. Wendell Piez and Debbie Lapeyre. Mulberry
Technologies, Inc. 17 West Jefferson St. Suite 207. Rockville MD 20850.
Schematron. Summary: Dare Obasanjo describes how to use the Schematron
XML validation language to enforce constraints on XML documents beyond the ...
This video demonstration teaches you how to validate an XML document with a
Schematron, or with an XML Schema/Relax NG Schema having embedded ...
What is Schematron? • a rule-based language that reports on an XML document.
• highly customizable. • easy to use. • can report on well-formed or valid XML.
Schematron is a useful and accessible supplement to other schema languages.
The open-source XSLT implementation is based around a core framework ...
Jan 1, 2008 ... Navigating the Tutorials. The tutorials are HTML documents. Some of them
appear as slide shows. I am using S5 for this. To move forward in ...
Jan 10, 2016 ... Schematron is a constraint language that can be used for validating aspects of
your XML that are difficult to express using a grammar-based ...