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You can use and refer to these type definitions to your heart s content, but if you want to refer to your own type definitions, or to element and attribute declarations, you need to import a schema that contains them. Schemas are imported into a stylesheet using the <xsl:import-schema> element, which lives at the top level of a stylesheet, at the same level as the templates, key declarations, and so on. The <xsl:import-schema> element has two attributes: schema-location is a URI that specifies the location of the schema to be imported. namespace specifies a namespace URI, which is either used by the processor to locate an appropriate schema or used to check that the schema identified by the schema-location attribute contains declarations and definitions for the appropriate namespace.
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Caution XSLT 2.0 follows XML Schema s guidelines for locating schemas, which are very loose. An XSLT
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2.0 processor can have built-in schema information for particular namespaces, or might support you specifying the locations of schema via the command line or API to the processor. In this case, the schema-location attribute might be ignored.
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The schema identified by the schema-location attribute needs to be in a format that s recognizable by the XSLT processor that you re using. In most cases, this will be an XML Schema schema; the namespace attribute should give the target namespace for the schema (or be omitted if the schema doesn t have a target namespace), and the schema-location attribute should give the location of the schema.
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Note An XSLT processor will give an error if it doesn t recognize the schema that you specify: you can t
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provide different schemas for processors that support different schema languages.
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Rather than referring to a separate schema, you can use the content of the <xsl:import-schema> element to specify a schema. The <xsl:import-schema> element can contain an <xs:schema> element; if it does, the schema-location attribute must be absent, and if you specify a namespace attribute, then its value must be the same as the value of the targetNamespace attribute on the <xs:schema> element. A local schema embedded in the stylesheet is obviously only useful within the stylesheet itself. You can t validate the source document against it, so its main purpose is for declaring elements and attributes and defining types that are used solely within the stylesheet. For example, if you create a temporary tree in your stylesheet, you might provide an embedded schema for that temporary tree, so that you can take advantage of the type annotations that this will give you. You can have as many <xsl:import-schema> elements as you like within a stylesheet, as long as they specify different namespaces. All the schemas are combined to provide element and attribute declarations and type definitions that you can use in your stylesheet.
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Caution A Basic XSLT processor will halt with an error if it sees an <xsl:import-schema> element in
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A consequence of only allowing one schema document per namespace is that if documents require different schemas, then they must have different namespaces. For example, neither TVGuide.xml nor flags.xml has a namespace. If we import the schema that s appropriate for TVGuide.xml using <xsl:import-schema schema-location="TVGuide.xsd" /> then we can t import a schema for flags.xml because it would also be associated with no namespace. Similarly, if our stylesheet generated HTML, which has no namespace, then we wouldn t be able to import both a schema for HTML (to check the result of the stylesheet) and a schema for the TV guide markup language (to help select elements and attributes by type). This limitation makes it all the more important to use namespaces throughout your applications. In our case, we should use TVGuide3.xml, which uses the following namespace: http://www.example.com/TVGuide and update our stylesheet accordingly, as in TVGuide4.xsl, by adding prefixes on all references to elements in the document.
Summary You can import the element and attribute declarations and type definitions from a schema using the <xsl:import-schema> top-level element. Its schema-location attribute specifies the location of the schema, and its namespace attribute specifies the namespace of the schema components that are made available. Alternatively, a local schema can be embedded within the <xsl:import-schema> element.
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