Schematron is used for business rules validation, data reporting, general validation, quality control, quality assurance, firewalling, filtering, constraint checking, naming and design rules checking, statistical consistency, data exploration, transformation testing, feature extraction, house-style-rules checking.
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Schematron, created by Rick Jelliffe, defines a set of rules and checks that are applied to an XML instance. Schematron takes a unique approach to schemas in that it focuses on validating document instances instead of declaring a schema (as the other schema languages do).What is the difference between XML and ISO Schematron?
• ISO Schematron The Schematron schema language differs from most other XML schema languages in that it is a rule-based language that uses path expressions instead of grammars. This means that instead of creating a grammar for an XML document, a Schematron schema makes assertions applied to a specific context within the document.What is a Schematron XSLT stylesheet?
It takes a Schematron schema definition (in XML) that describes the constraints. A Schematron XSLT stylesheet converts this to another stylesheet -- transforming an instance document with this resultant stylesheet then performs the validation of that instance.How are assertions defined in Schematron schema?
In a Schematron schema, the typical element used to define assertions is assert. The assert element has a test attribute, which is an XSLT pattern. In the preceding example, there was four assertions made on the document in order to specify the content model, namely:
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