Re: Is it correct schema definition?
Hi, On Mon, 2005-12-05 at 17:25 +0000, Henry S. Thompson wrote: > Li Yuejiong(John) writes: [...] > > <element id="id_Afghanistan" name="Afghanistan" type="countryItemType" > > substitutionGroup="CountryItemHead" fixed="" nillable="true" /> [...] > Also, under the circumstances, 'nillable="true"' is pointless, as it > means elements validated by that decl _may_ be empty even if their > type doesn't allow that, but the type _does_ allow that, so . . . If an xsi:nil="true" gives the extra information that the element is NIL via PSVI, then this is not pointless, since NIL is different from an empty element. I guess that's the most wanted effect of xsi:nil: providing a way of expressing a content of NIL. [...] Regards, Kasimier
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