Defining Notations

A notation is an unparsed entity. It is a name for something that you cannot express in terms of XML. For example, suppose you have an XML file that represents a press release. You can define a notation named logo that points to a JPEG image. You can place the notation in the XML file in the location where you want the logo. See for more information on the notation element.



A notation element is always described as a child of the schema element.

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