A document can be associated with at most one DTD. An instance to a DTD is
similar to a bridge and blueprints. Bridges cannot comply with more than one
set of blueprints ... neither can XML instances.
You can transform an XML document to comply to another DTD using XML, but
I hope that helps,
From: General discussion of Extensible Markup Language
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Subject: A doubt
Is it necessary that there should be only one DTD per XML doc? or can you
have as many as you want - what is the requirement for this?