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RE: Unknown elements in an XML Schema
- From: "Michael Kay" <mike@s...>
- To: "'Shlomo Yona'" <S.Yona@F...>,<xml-dev@l...>
- Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 09:35:05 +0100
You can get the answer to such questions by looking at the
schema for schemas.
User-defined content is not allowed as a child of
xs:schema, but it is allowed as a child of xs:documentation or xs:appinfo within
an xs:annotation, which is itself allowed as a child of
What is expected from an XML
Schema processor when an element is encountered in an XML Schema document
which is not part of XSDL?
Does XML Schema allow child
elements to xsd:schema that are not defined in the standard? I mean, is a
schema processor supposed to ignore such elements or report an error when
encountering such elements?
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