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Matt AdamsSubject: Replace import/include statement in XSD by the real file content ?
Author: Matt Adams
Date: 03 Dec 2004 03:55 PM
Suppose there is a XSD schema file with one or a couple of
<import ...>
and/or
<include ...>
statements inside.

How can textually really import resp. include these other xsd schematas
so that afterwards there is only one big xsd schema file ?

Matt

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Alberto MassariSubject: Replace import/include statement in XSD by the real file content ?
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 04 Dec 2004 11:50 AM
Hi Matt,
you can write a stylesheet that process the xs:include element, loads
the specified schema and makes a copy-of the child nodes of the
top-level xs:schema node (this can work only if that the schema being
included has the same settings of the main one).

In any case, you should not try to merge the schema files that are
referenced using xs:import, as these define elements in a namespace
different from the target namespace of the main schema. Moving those
declaration into the main schema would create a different schema.

Hope this helps,
Alberto

 
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