RE: Anonymous Elements
Michael, I'm sorry about that; I'm relatively new to this. However, I do appreciate your mentioning the appropriate list, and I will certainly subscribe to it. Thanks again. By the way, this is an excellent list. Respectfully, ASP -----Original Message----- From: Michael Kay [mailto:mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2005 6:05 AM To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: RE: Anonymous Elements This list isn't the right place for XML Schema questions: use the xml-schema-dev list at W3C. However, elements can't be anonymous in the schema, for the simple reason that they can't be anonymous in a document instance. What you can do is to use a wildcard (xs:any) which allows elements from specified namespaces, irrespective of their local name. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ > -----Original Message----- > From: aspsa [mailto:aspsa@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 26 April 2005 04:55 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Anonymous Elements > > Hi, folks. > > As I understand it, anonymous elements are most often used with the > <xs:complexType> XML Schema element. However, is it possible > to apply this > same concept to the <xs:element> element? I've commented out the named > version of the <xs:element> element in question. > > <xs:complexType name="personaeType"> > <xs:sequence> > <xs:element name="TITLE" type="minStrLenType" /> > <!--<xs:element name="PERSONAorPGROUP">--> > <xs:element> > <xs:complexType> > <xs:choice> > <xs:element name="PERSONA" type="minStrLenType" > maxOccurs="unbounded" > /> > <xs:element name="PGROUP" type="pgroupType" > maxOccurs="unbounded" /> > </xs:choice> > </xs:complexType> > </xs:element> > </xs:sequence> > </xs:complexType> > > Thanks for your feedback. > > > Respectfully, > > ASP
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