Validating against the correct root element using library schemas
Hi, I've a question regarding the best practice approach to validating an XML document based on a schema which incorporates and OASIS schema library. If I use a Schema library which has adopted a Salami Slice/Garden of Eden pattern, where a number of global elements have been declared, then a number of different XML fragments can (in theory) be valid. My question is how can I ensure that my incoming XML message has the correct root element and is not simply a valid fragment? Do I resort to code to interrogate the incoming message? Has anyone else experienced this difficulty? Cheers, Fraser <mailto:fraser.crichton@s...> Attention: This email may contain information intended for the sole use of the original recipient. Please respect this when sharing or disclosing this email's contents with any third party. If you believe you have received this email in error, please delete it and notify the sender or postmaster@s... as soon as possible. The content of this email does not necessarily reflect the views of SolNet Solutions Ltd.
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