Re: Do Schema-code binding tools typically ignore user-defined
----- Original Message From: "Karr, David" > In your experience with tools that generate code from XML schemas, do > they typically respect, or ignore, user-defined simple types, like > length restrictions on xsd:string? Our tool, Codalogic LMX for C++ XML data binding ( http://www.codalogic.com/lmx/ ), checks such constraints in the code that is generated. HTH, Pete Cordell Codalogic Ltd Interface XML to C++ the easy way using XML C++ data binding to convert XSD schemas to C++ classes. Visit http://www.codalogic.com/lmx/ for more info ----- Original Message ----- From: "Karr, David" <david.karr@w...> To: <xml-dev@l...> Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2008 7:02 PM Subject: Do Schema-code binding tools typically ignore user-defined simple types? In your experience with tools that generate code from XML schemas, do they typically respect, or ignore, user-defined simple types, like length restrictions on xsd:string? I'm currently reading Thomas Erl's new book, "Web Service Contract Design & Versioning for SOA", where he makes the statement that "most" tools ignore them. I believe this would result in code-driven validation of XML documents ignoring issues with element values outside of the defined length restrictions. I believe almost everything Thomas Erl tells me :) , but I'd really like to see some more support for this statement before I believe it.
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