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sree deviSubject: bug while creating xml from xsd.
Author: sree devi
Date: 20 Nov 2005 01:25 AM
Originally Posted: 20 Nov 2005 01:23 AM
Hi<br> <br> I am using xsds with substitution groups that are more than one level deep with each substituiton group in a seperate xsd and use import statements to call other xsds.<br> I thus have 3 xsds, 2 of which have substitution groups each. <br> Second xsd will call first xsd content through import statement. <br> The third xsd calls the second xsd content through import statement too.<br> <br> But the instance documents created through Stylus have two problems:<br> <br> 1) Instance documents of the substitution groups xsd (of second level)seem to treate SUBSTITUION GROUPS as TYPE SUBSTITUION since it has entry for xsi:type and expects user to fill in the type. <br> <br> 2) The third xsd which calls the second has missing namespace of the first xsd and thus has validation error.<br> <br> The above two issues happen only in case IMPORT statement. thus work fine in case of INCLUDE statement usuage.<br> <br> Looks like these are the bugs in STYLUS??<br> <br> Any input regarding this is highly appreciated.<br>

(Deleted User) Subject: bug while creating xml from xsd.
Author: (Deleted User)
Date: 21 Nov 2005 12:49 PM
Would it be possible to attach the .xsd files?
Thanks very much

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