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Larry HickeySubject: Convert XML Schema to XML - Missing Global Elements in XSD
Author: Larry Hickey
Date: 13 Feb 2008 09:28 PM
I am new at this (obviously) and need to know how to use the Wizard (XML Schema to XML) without getting this error. Which is that the XML Schema does not have any defined global elements. Questions are:

Is there another way to do this without the wizard and/or is there a way to set a global element so I do not get this error?

Kind regards, Larry

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Alberto MassariSubject: Convert XML Schema to XML - Missing Global Elements in XSD
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 14 Feb 2008 07:54 AM
Originally Posted: 14 Feb 2008 07:55 AM
Hi Larry,
the XML Schema should at least have a global element (i.e. an <xsd:element name="root" type="sometype"/>) as a direct child of the xsd:schema element, otherwise the schema is simply a collection of types to be used by one or more XMLSchemas (types define the structure of an element, but in order to generate a sample instance you also need the name of the element).

Hope this helps,
Alberto

 
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