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Simon  CoxSubject: Show substitution group tree in Schema "diagram" view
Author: Simon Cox
Date: 29 Sep 2004 10:19 AM
The element substitution group is a powerful feature of W3C XML Schema, similar to polymorphism in OO systems.
SG heads can be used as "variables" in schema design.
In order to understand a schema structure, it is necessary to track SG chains.
It does not appear to be possible to display these graphically in the "diagram" view of the schema editor.
This is an obvious enhancement needed for a schema-aware editor.

Michael ShephardSubject: Show substitution group tree in Schema
Author: Michael Shephard
Date: 05 Apr 2005 10:07 PM
We also have schemas with significant substitition group involvement and would like to see the mapper be able to handle them.
Are there any indications of when this functionality might be added to SS?


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