RE: Recursive Processor to find Type of complex type f
One of the challenges is that the rules for schema are quite flexible, which means that there are a wide variety of ways to accomplish the same thing. Even if the schema only uses <sequence> compositors, for example (i.e. no <choice>, <all>, <group>, no <complexContent>, mixed, constraints, keys, ...) there are multiple ways to define the same structure: "russian doll," ref, named types, or any combination of the three, for example. If you want to develop a transform that works for any valid schema, you will have to handle all the variations. Certainly possible, but a lot of work. If you can make assumptions about the schema, your task may be simpler, possibly much simpler. So, one question for you: Are you developing tools that are supposed to work with any valid WSDL? Or are you developing tools that are only required to work for some specific WSDLs? Stephen -----Original Message----- From: Senthilkumaravelan K [mailto:skumaravelan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Wednesday, 14 March 2007 10:29 AM To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Recursive Processor to find Type of complex type for WSDL file Hi Abel, I need to find data type of all the elements of the message part. for the given XML <wsdl:types> ...
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