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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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.How does Schematron test for validations?
By testing for co-occurrence constraints, non-regular constraints, and inter-document constraints, Schematron can extend the validations that can be expressed in languages such as DTDs, RELAX NG or XML Schema. Schematron is not a comprehensive, Rete rules engine, but it can be used to express rules about complex structures with an XML document.What is the ISO standard for Schematron?
Schematron has been standardized by the ISO as Information technology, Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL), Part 3: Rule-based validation, Schematron (ISO/IEC 19757-3:2020). This standard is currently not listed on the ISO Publicly Available Specifications list.What isschematron?
Schematron was invented by Rick Jelliffe at Academia Sinica Computing Centre, Taiwan. He described Schematron as "a feather duster to reach the parts other schema languages cannot reach".
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