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Tracey ZellmannSubject: Including schema in scenario
Author: Tracey Zellmann
Date: 29 Oct 2007 11:28 AM
I find scenarios very helpful in generating XSLT style-sheets. Sometimes, the single XML I use for the scenario does not have all the elements. They may be present in different XML. However, my schema does accurately reflect all the possible elements. Is it possible to use a schema as the basis for a scenario? Then, all the possible elements would show up in the right-hand frame and in the select pull-down menus.

Tony LavinioSubject: Including schema in scenario
Author: Tony Lavinio
Date: 29 Oct 2007 10:34 PM
In using the XSLT or XQuery mapper, you can set the target document
to be an XML file, a DTD or an XML Schema file. But inside the
editor view, the actual input file is used to populate the right-hand

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