Subject:Does XSD change the XML document Author:(Deleted User) Date:28 Oct 2005 11:44 AM
XSD is not about changing XML file - it is about validating XML file
using XSD rules. So, if you have your XML data that does not match XSD
definition you will get validation error - it will not change XML for you.
If you do want to generate new changed XML from the given one you can use XSLT or XQuery.
Subject:Does XSD change the XML document Author:Clyde Kessel Date:02 Nov 2005 09:17 AM
> What is the point of the token data type?
The xs:token permits data in the .xml file to contain leading and trailing whitespace. For example, if you defined a datatype to be an enumeration allowing the values “A”, “B”, and “C” and your base data type was xs:string, then “A” would be a valid value, but “ A “ would not. If, however, your base data type is xs:token, then “ A “ would be a valid value.