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ISO 19757 - DSDL ISO 19757 – Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) Martin Bryan Convenor, JTC1/SC18 WG1.

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1 ISO DSDL ISO – Document Schema Definition Languages (DSDL) Martin Bryan Convenor, JTC1/SC18 WG1

2 ISO DSDL Parts of DSDL 1.Overview 2.Regular-grammar-based validation (RELAX NG) 3.Rule-based validation (Schematron) 4.Namespace-based validation dispatch language (NVDL) 5.Datatypes 6.Path-based integrity constraints 7.Character repertoire validation 8.Declarative document architectures 9.Datatype- and namespace-aware DTDs 10.Validation management

3 ISO DSDL Regular-grammar-based validation (RELAX NG) XML description of a data model –Compact syntax is even simpler than DTDs Provides way of defining short-cuts –More functional than parameter entities Provides context-dependent models –Models can be amended when imported Supports namespaces and datatypes –Any datatype, including W3C Schema datatypes Can import modules from multiple namespaces –Can build multi-source schemas

4 ISO DSDL Main components of RELAX NG pattern ::= pattern+ | nameClass pattern+ | [pattern] | nameClass [pattern] | pattern+ | | string | param* [exceptPattern] | | grammarContent*

5 ISO DSDL Using the full syntax ISO ISO/IEC International Standard Technical Report Guide Publicly Available Specification Technical Specification International Standardized Profile

6 ISO DSDL Alternative compact syntax Can produce a whole ISO standard using just: namespace p = "http://relaxng.org/ns/proofsystem" datatypes xsd = "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-datatypes" formal = element p:* { attribute * { text }*, (formal|text)* } inline &= formal* block |= formal block |= element grammarref|rngref {attribute src { xsd:anyURI }} include "is.rnc“ Can replace existing definitions with new one Can extend definitions –|= means “add this option to an existing OR group” –&= means “add this option to an existing AND group” Can merge grammars

7 ISO DSDL Rule-based validation (Schematron) “A Schematron schema contains natural- language assertions concerning a set of documents, marked up with various elements and attributes for testing these natural-language assertions, and for simplifying and grouping the assertions.” “A Schematron schema reduces to a non- chaining rule system whose terms are boolean functions invoking an external query language on the instance and other visible XML documents, with syntactic features to reduce specification size and to allow efficient implementation.”

8 ISO DSDL Schematron example The element should only contain a text element and diagnostic reference elements. The element should only contain a text element. A comes after a fired-rule, a failed-assert or a succesful-report.

9 ISO DSDL Schematron core elements active assert extends include let name ns param pattern phase report rule schema value-of

10 ISO DSDL Ancilliary elements and attributes diagnostics element diagnostic element dir element emph element p element span element title element flag attribute fpi attribute icon attribute role attribute see attribute subject attribute

11 ISO DSDL Namespace-based Validation Dispatching Language (NVDL) Allows data from different namespaces to be validated by different processes –Can validate one namespace using RELAX, another using a DTD and a third using a W3C Schema Simple and full syntaxes –Full syntax simplified to simple syntax before use All validation is done in context –Slots are created to identify where data from alternative namespaces has been removed Allows attributes from different namespaces to be validated Elements and attributes in different namespaces are separated into separate “sections”

12 ISO DSDL NVDL example – HTML + XForms (1)

13 ISO DSDL NVDL example (2)

14 ISO DSDL Datatypes Allows multiple datatype sets to be defined –W3C datatypes can be used as the base Will allow user-defined datatype primitives to be added – Needed for extended date/period formats, etc Will provide mechanism for defining complex patterns –Patterns based on supertypes will be allowed Normalization of values, comparing results after normalization –Convert local date formats to ISO 8601 then compare

15 ISO DSDL Possible form for Part 5.

16 ISO DSDL Path-based integrity constraints Non-hierarchical links between information items in a structured resource can be identified by addressing items within the document tree and then expressing the relationship between them. Provides a method for identifying information items dependent on ancestry or the use of keys And a method for describing the role of relationships that are not hierarchical Allows selection of fragments to be validated Will include an extensible basis for supporting mechanisms not currently available

17 ISO DSDL Character repertoire validation User-defined character sets that can be used to validate the contents of elements or attributes –Will be able to check that only characters relevant for a particular language are used, not all those in a particular Unicode character block Schematron-like rules for associating character repertoires with a particular element or attribute If this document is a Dutch document, it should have only characters used in typical Dutch publishing.

18 ISO DSDL Declarative document architectures Allows locally meaningful names to be assigned to schema components –80/20 rule allows many functions of abstract classes Allows predefined fragments to be defined within schema –Reintroduces entity definitions in a more controllable form –May contain optional components Can even re-define entity names –No longer restricted to English-based prompts to reference standard entity references such as Removing elements/attribute in defined contexts

19 ISO DSDL Datatype/Namespace-aware DTDs Shows how the ISO 8879/XML Document Type Definition (DTD) syntax can be extended to validate documents that make full use of XML Namespaces and Part 5 Datatypes May be extended to add character repertoire validation Will allow DTDs to be used to validate any XML document, including those defined using Part 2 Will allow SGML documents to be treated as input to ISO validation processes

20 ISO DSDL Validation management Includes a mechanism to invoke parsers which read non- XML sources (and XML sources that can't be identified by a single URI) to create XML Infosets that can be used for subsequent processing Allows pre-validation transformations to be used to normalize and/or subset documents before validation Multiple validations and transformations may be applied Transformations will be able to split a document into multiple resulting documents Includes facilities to generate customized validation reports which can be output as XML document instances that can be processed by other applications

21 ISO DSDL Possible format for Part 10

22 ISO DSDL Current status Published –Part 2, RELAX-NG At Committee Draft stage –Part 3, Schematron –Part 4, NVDL Working Draft under consideration –Part 1, Overview –Part 7, Character repertoire validation –Part 8, Declarative document architectures –Part 10, Validation management Parts 5, 6 & 9 not yet drafted

23 ISO DSDL Tracking progress Via your national standards body –IST/41 at BSI Via XML UK or any ISUG chapter –Martin Bryan is XML UK representative on IST/41 and ISUG representative for SC34/WG1 Via the DSDL public website –http://www.dsdl.org


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