Re: Ordered union of sequences
On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 3:28 PM, Michael M|ller-Hillebrand <mmh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > BTW, the idea behind this is to create part of an XML Schema from evaluating document instances. > You do realize that this isn't possible. Any number of XML documents you analyze, you can't be sure that the XML Schema contains <xs:sequence>, <xs:all> or <xs:choice>, with minOccurs="0" or maxOccurs="x" in the "right" place. Have you considered investigating the approach of using "exclusion by contradiction"? Rather than trying to construct the correct ordering, look for contradictions to one of the aforementioned particle structures, and use whatever remains. -W
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