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If have a parser that takes a schema for example and parses it, does the browser need to have support for a schema as well?
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I don't entirely understand the role of the browser in your question. If you have a parser which parses a document according to a particular schema you then have an in-memory representation of the document. You can then write whatever software you like to do stuff with this representation, or transform it using XSLT, for example. How do you imagine using a browser at this point?
 
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At current time no browser has support for schemas, I know that, but if you parse the the schema throuht xalan or xercies etc. does the browser need to have support for schemas?
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I still don't understand how the browser fits into th epicture at all. What application is using the parser? What do you want to do with the data once you have parsed it?
 
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ok, if you write an XML document having a dtd it is parsed by the browser and is givin output. Now what if you are using an XML technology that is not supported by the browser like schemas, and you want to use them. If you are using a parser like xerces/xalan does the browser still need to have support for schemas?
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