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Sorry, but I don't undrstand? :) What is the difference between Schema and Xstl, in the meaning of usement?Or can I learn that after reading the tutorials :):( :DI thought they were both for styling Xml, aren't they?

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XSLT:Extensible stylesheet language transformation (XSLT) is a language for transforming XML documents into other XML documents. XSLT is designed for use as part of XSL, which is a stylesheet language for XML.Schema:A schema - in an XML parlance, is used to describe the possible data content of a document in a very rigorous and formal way. Much like a contract or a treaty is used to spell out the terms of a business or formal social agreement, a schema is used to codify the intention to use a particular set of mark-up tag names, and combine the tags in a particular order.

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Ahwell, I don't understand all your English words, but as far as I am concerned, you mean both are not axactly stylesheets :)

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Schema basically says what can appear in a XML file.XSLT tells you how to change the XML into another XML document...I can imagine you'd use it if you wanted to open an XML document like a XHTML document.

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Sorry, but I don't undrstand? :) What is the difference between Schema and Xstl, in the meaning of usement?Or can I learn that after reading the tutorials  :)  :)  :blink:I thought they were both for styling Xml, aren't they?

Schema means the set of rules. Cosider the example of database. XML means the values or we can say data where Schema are the fields of that table. In Schema we define the set of rules for the XML values and for showing this values in a browser format we use a XSLT.

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