XML data binding and schema styles
I asked the questions below on the user@x... mailing list but haven't had a reply yet - a more general question for this list is: do schema styles make a siginificant difference when it comes to data-binding? As in, "if you are using binding tool x, you should use style y"? Or is there a style that suits all data binding, and a style that definitely doesn't? The XMLBeans specific question was: == I'm using XMLBeans for data binding (for the first time) which is generating classes for all top-level elements with the name nnnnDocument, such as priceDocument for the global element price, dateDocument for date etc The schema style I've used is the salami slice style, where each element is known globally. This means the schema can potentially be used for schema aware XSLT / XQuery (which require that the elements are known globally). Is there any way to supply XMLBeans with the element to use as the root element, such that only the generated class for that element ends with "Document", and not the others ? Does XMLBeans and the salami slice style of schema not go well together ? == thanks -- Andrew Welch http://andrewjwelch.com Kernow: http://kernowforsaxon.sf.net/
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