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Genericity and XML-Schema

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  • Subject: Genericity and XML-Schema
  • From: Andrew Goodchild <andrewg@d...>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 21:53:22 +1000 (EST)

Genericity and XML-Schema


I know someone has probably asked this question before, but is
genericity/polymorphism supported in XML-Schema?  For example if I have a
complex type for <list> and want to later on create a list of addressess
or a list of blood pressures.  Is genericity anything more than simply
creating a complex type which extends the <item> in the <list> as an
address or as a blood pressure?

thanks,  Andrew


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