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complexTypes and attributes

  • From: Umut Emin <j.s.bach@o...>
  • To: xml-dev@l...
  • Date: Sun, 13 May 2007 04:02:26 +0200

complexTypes and attributes
Hei *,

I started reading about xml after having found out that it could
work as a db. 

Now i am writing a scheme to understand the tree structure. I got stuck
with complexTypes and attributes. My xml file would look like this:

<door width="150" height="300">
<start x="50" y="50" z="0" />
<end x="50" y="-50" z="100" />

which would be like below as a scheme (except width & height

<xs:element name="door">
                            <xs element name="start">
                            <xs:attribute name="x" type="xs:integer"/>
                            <xs:attribute name="y" type="xs:integer"/>
                            <xs:attribute name="z" type="xs:integer"/>

                            <xs:element name="end">
                            <xs:attribute name="x" type="xs:integer"/>
                            <xs:attribute name="y" type="xs:integer"/>
                            <xs:attribute name="z" type="xs:integer"/>


As I have the attributes width and height- in a complexType element
"door", i'd like to  know how i should put them in the element block at
scheme? I couldn't see any examples in web related to this point. Is it
a common design way not to put attributes in the complex elements?


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