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Re: Arbitrary grouping


Re:  Arbitrary grouping
Hunsberger, Peter wrote:
> I'm new to XML schema and am confused on how I would create a schema that
> introduces a set of arbitrary grouping for a set of elements.  For example:
> 
> [...]
> would all be considered valid.  Additional constraints are that any number
> of groups can occur, but the elements a through f can each only occur a
> maximum of once inside the x element whether they are children of a group or
> not.  

for once, this might a case where something was easier to do with an 
attribute

	<x>
		<a group="1" />
		<b group="1"/>
		<c/>
		<d group="2" />
		<e group="2" />
		<f group="2" />
	</x>

Bill de hÓra


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