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Re: CDATA section or text node data type


specify cdata in xsd

 If my length of my data is more
 and would not look good from user's perspective to put it as an
 attribute so there should be someway to provide this facility. 

If you want it to be element content rather than an attribute then just
do so, CDATA sections have nothing to do with your requirements at
all. Users may choose to use or not CDATA sections for any schema
or dtd it is simply an authoring choice.

If as schema designer you want to allow
<x>123</x>
instead of
<x b="123"/>
Then XSD schema will allow you to specify that, and to specify that the
content of x is an integer.
What is your problem?

David

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