Subject:mapper: choose root element Author:NAIJUN ZHOU Date:14 Dec 2004 10:50 AM
I'm having a problem of choosing root element.
I have a source my.xml file being mapped to the attached my.xsd file.
In my.xsd, ControlPoints should include a list of ControlPoint. This relation is defined in their type definition.
However, when I choose ControlPoints as the root element I cannot see ControlPoint.
Could you tell me what's wrong with my schema, or how to choose a root element. Is this a bug of Stylus mapper not able to retrieve relations from type definition?
Subject:mapper: choose root element Author:NAIJUN ZHOU Date:20 Dec 2004 09:26 AM
Thank you for your response.
ControlPoint is a type of gml:AbstractFeatureCollectionType,
and ControlPoints is gml:AbstractFeatureType. So, ControlPoints
is a collection of ControlPoint. I wonder if Stylus can check the
types to get a "deep" relation?
An XML instance would be like:
Subject:mapper: choose root element Author:NAIJUN ZHOU Date:04 Jan 2005 10:58 AM
Thank you very much for your suggestions.
I created the .xsd file with XML Spy,
in which I can see the inherent hierarchical
structure of the ControlPoints and ControlPoint.
But I cannot when I open the schema in Stylus.
Do you have any idea why I cannot view the structure