On tor, 2010-01-07 at 01:32 -0800, Andrew Lardinois wrote:
> Poking around in the 8.5 Devel Documentation section 8.13.1, the XML
> Type, I noticed that:
> "The xml type does not validate input values against a document type
> declaration (DTD), even when the input value specifies a DTD"
> I did not notice any mention of validating against XML schema. Now
> that it is 2010, the XML schema 1.1 spec is in draft form of one sort
> or another, is it safe to leave out mentioning validating against XML
> schema in the PostGreSQL documentation. That is, PostGreSQL users
> should know enough about XML that if you can't validate against a DTD,
> why should you be able to validate against XML schema?
> I would tent towards redundancy, and include the XML schema part.
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