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Re: Key and Keyref in schemas

avinash subramanya
Avinash Subramanya <avinashs@a...> writes:

> Hi,
>      I am facing a problem with Key and Keyref's. 
>      1. I have a global element "ELEM1" defined in a schema "SCHEMA1" which
> doesn't have a default namespace nor a target namespace. 
>      2. ELEM1 is of type string. A key has been defined on this element in
> another schema "SCHEMA2" which includes "SCHEMA1".
>      3. If a pattern is defined on ELEM1 the key validation doen't happen at
> all. What could be the reason???

This isn't enough information to enable anyone to help you.  Please
include schema and instance fragments, and tell us what schema
processor you're using and what error messages you're getting (or
failing to get).

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