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Subject: Re: [xsl] Schematron Including Schematron
From: "Christophe Marchand cmarchand@xxxxxxxxxx" <xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 26 May 2016 21:48:01 -0000

Hi [unnamed] !

This subject is out of topic, but you could think to pre-compile your .sch files at a project build level and not in your application. In a maven script, for example, as you are in a java env.
Something like
<source dir="src/main/sch" recurse="true" include="*.sch"/>

should not be very difficult to implement. Just a maven plugin to write. And you package only the compiled version of your schematron.

But Wendell solution is much simpler.

Best regards,

Le 26/05/2016 20:57, Mailing Lists Mail daktapaal@xxxxxxxxx a C)crit :
Dear all,
I am sure people would have had this issue before. want to know how to
resolve the issue of schematron that needs to import another
schematron ..

The issue is when a common set of rules are in many schematrons. I
dont see a way I can do this ..
So I did the following.. Invented a new element with the following structure
<includesch document = "../common.sch" rule-name = "common1"/>

The <includesch> can be added anywhere you want in the main schematron

and I wrote a compiler that should be run before the first compilation
/ THis precompiler will bring the rule from the common document and
append it into my main document, where I had added the <includesch>

This works fine within the altova environment but fails within my Java
environment , as my environment comes up with issues with class path
etc, and it does not find the common.sch.. I have asked the Java
developers to look into the class path and why common.sch is being
looked in a different location. In the meantime, I wanted to know, if
this is the right approach, or if there is some element within the
schematron library that I can use.

May be there is and I am not finding it, may be I am not looking in
the right place.

May be there is any other approach for this?

Your help will be appreciated.

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