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XML DATA
QUERY
SUBSET
SET
ENTITIES
SPECIFICATIONS
FORMAT
STRUCTURED
URL
VOCABULARY
GRAMMAR
CONTENT
CONTENTS
COLUMNS
STORING
MAPPING
DEFINING
SEMANTICS
TRANSFORM
XSLT
STRUCTURE
LOGICAL
MODELING LANGUAGE
SPECIFYING
COMPLIANT
XML DOCUMENTS
XML DOCUMENT
PARSER
VALIDATOR
XML EDITOR
XML STRUCTURE
DATATYPES
URIS
XQUERY
XMLSPY
XML INSTANCES
XML INSTANCE
DATA TYPE
DOCUMENT TYPES
ROOT ELEMENT
WELL-FORMED
DAML
W3C RECOMMENDATION
COLLADA
RDF SCHEMA
RDF
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    This Review contains major "Schema"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A schema is a database-inspired method for specifying constraints on XML documents using an XML-based language. (Web site)
  2. A schema is owned by a database user and has the same name as that user. (Web site)
  3. XML Schema was created by the W3C to describe the content and structure of XML documents in XML, thus improving on DTDs.
  4. An XML schema is used to govern the structure and content of an XML document by providing a template for XML documents to follow in order to be valid.
  5. An XML schema is an XML file that has an.xsd file name extension and uses valid XML objects to describe the contents of XML document. (Web site)

Xml Data

  1. To describe the structure and content of XML data, several XML schema languages have been proposed. (Web site)
  2. Validates XML data against XML schema when the XML data is stored in the database.

Query

  1. Given a query, the query optimizer looks at the database schema, the database statistics and the system load at that time.
  2. For example, query is the SELECT statement that provides the input documents, and xml-schema-name is the two-part SQL identifier of the annotated XML Schema.

Subset

  1. Document Description Markup Language (DDML) - DDML was developed on the XML-dev mailing list, creating a schema language with a subset of DTD functionality.
  2. As of JDK 1.5, the two most popular JAXP parser implementations, Crimson and Xerces, only support a subset of the available XML schema languages.
  3. Restricted RELAX NG is a subset of RELAX NG that is sufficient for translations from XML Schema and allows efficient validation of XML graphs. (Web site)

Set

  1. The axiom schema is motivated by the idea that whether a class is a set depends only on the cardinality of the class, not on the rank of its elements.
  2. It generates a set of Java classes from a DTD or XML Schema.
  3. Most, if not all, XML schema languages do not have any notion of validating a set of attributes; they know only how to validate an XML element. (Web site)

Entities

  1. If you need entities, you must use a DTD. (Of course, you can use a schema as well as the DTD.) However, schemas are fully capable of declaring attributes. (Web site)
  2. On Schema Evolution (from original survey): The schema may be freely extended with new items (types, domains, attributes, entities, relationships etc.). (Web site)
  3. Entities, however, were never very popular in the XML community (except among the SGML traditionalists) and thus were completely removed in XML Schema.

Specifications

  1. The latest UBL 0.7 release contains schema, sample XML documents, specifications, and documentation. (Web site)
  2. Some specifications such as XForms have already created their own subsets of W3C XML Schema Part 2. (Web site)

Format

  1. Automatically format an object's data as XML, according to the defined DTD or schema. (Web site)
  2. Essentially, a schema is a definition of the format a document should take if it is to satisfy the schema. (Web site)
  3. To ensure that all documents used by the application meet the necessary format, an XML schema can be used. (Web site)

Structured

  1. Metadata are more properly called an ontology or schema when structured into a hierarchical arrangement.
  2. The ability to store and manage both structured and unstructured data under the same standard W3C XML data model (XML Schema).

Url

  1. The target namespace of the schema is another URL used in the XML schema. (Web site)
  2. The first is the XMLSchema document, the second is the URL which will be used by XML documents which claim to conform to this Schema.
  3. Once registered, the XML schema can be referenced using its URL. (Web site)

Vocabulary

  1. This XML schema provides the definition, or vocabulary, of the XML Schema language.

Grammar

  1. An XML schema defines the content model (also called a grammar or vocabulary) that its instance documents will represent.
  2. A DTD is an example of a schema or grammar. (Web site)

Content

  1. SCHEMA: XML Schemas are an XML Language for describing and constraining the content of XML Document. (Web site)
  2. Unlike many schema languages, TREX limits its scope to describing and validating the structure and content of an XML document.
  3. A RELAX NG schema specifies a pattern for the structure and content of an XML document.

Contents

  1. XML validation tools are used to analyze the contents of XML documents to make sure they conform to a schema. (Web site)

Columns

  1. An XML schema can also be used as a constraint when creating tables or columns of XMLType. (Web site)
  2. Then when you create XMLType tables and columns, you can specify that these conform to the XML schema you defined and registered with Oracle XML DB. (Web site)
  3. Then, when you create XMLType tables and columns, you can specify that these conform to the registered XML schema. (Web site)

Storing

  1. Constraining the XMLType to an XML schema provides the option of storing the content of the document using structured-storage techniques.
  2. Since based on XML schema, it is not necessary for Oracle XML DB to store XML tag names when storing the contents of XML documents.

Mapping

  1. Transformation can include mapping from one XML schema to another or mapping from XML to some other format such as HTML or WML.
  2. The second approach for shredding XML data uses annotations in an XML Schema to define the mapping from XML to relational tables and columns.
  3. In its simplest form, a Namespace Routing Language (NRL) schema consists of a mapping from namespace URIs to schema URIs.

Defining

  1. Oracle XML DB also uses XML schema as a mechanism for defining how the contents of an XMLType should be stored inside the database. (Web site)
  2. The W3C XML Schema Recommendation defines a powerful language for defining the contents of an XML document. (Web site)
  3. XML Schema provides a standardized way of defining what the expected contents of a set of XML documents should be.

Semantics

  1. XML Schema provides the tools for defining the contents of the XML document (semantics). (Web site)
  2. XML also separates content from schema, processing, and semantics, thus following the Model-View-Controller (MVC) paradigm prevalent in OO programming.
  3. In this section, we define the semantics of a correct RELAX NG schema that has been transformed into the simple syntax. (Web site)

Transform

  1. A command-line tool to transform, or bind, a source XML schema to a set of JAXB content classes in the Java programming language. (Web site)
  2. A description of XSet and XSLT goodies that transform it into RDF Schema and other formats. (Web site)
  3. XV Schema Converter - Transform your xml schema to various database schema.

Xslt

  1. XML Prague 2005 is a free one-day conference devoted to discussion on topics related to core XML technologies; XML, XSLT, Schema, etc. (Web site)
  2. The XSL Map is a visual way to create an XSLT to transform between two XML structures defined in XML Schema Definitions. (Web site)
  3. XML Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) is a mechanism to convert an XML document from one schema to another. (Web site)

Structure

  1. XML Schema definition language proposes facilities for describing the structure and constraining the contents of XML 1.0 documents.
  2. To create a schema for a document, you analyze its structure, defining each structural element as you encounter it. (Web site)
  3. An XML Schema Definition defines the structure of an XML document and is used in the editor to validate the XML and help developers when typing.

Logical

  1. The logical schema consists of rules describing the relationship between and properties of elements and attributes in valid XML documents.
  2. Database systems use a schema to implement both logical and physical data independence. (Web site)
  3. Database Schema The logical and physical definition of a database structure.

Modeling Language

  1. A modeling language to define the schema of each database hosted in the DBMS, according to the DBMS data model. (Web site)

Specifying

  1. Just by specifying the schema for a certain language, the editor can assist you in creating a document in that markup language. (Web site)
  2. The W3C XML Schema Recommendation defines a standardized language for specifying the structure, content, and certain semantics of a set of XML documents. (Web site)
  3. There are several different languages available for specifying an XML schema. (Web site)

Compliant

  1. This specifies that XML documents, compliant with this XML schema are stored in a database table called purchaseorder. (Web site)

Xml Documents

  1. In next to no time, the reader will be able to create, format, transform, compare, and schema validate XML documents with Oracle's IDE. (Web site)
  2. XML documents are compared to rules that are specified in a DTD or schema. (Web site)
  3. XML documents are stored into the OODB by automatically mapping the DTD to an object schema. (Web site)

Xml Document

  1. The mechanism for associating an XML document with a schema varies according to the schema language. (Web site)
  2. This document is an XML document, formatted according to the schema of Section 11.2. (Web site)
  3. An XML schema definition (XSD) is an XML document, that is compliant with the vocabulary defined by the "Schema for Schemas".

Parser

  1. In fact, only one parser, Xerces-J, currently supports most of the W3C XML Schema language. (Web site)
  2. MOT+ exports an XML schema translated by a parser to produce an LD XML document. (Web site)

Validator

  1. Validator A processor that checks an XML document against Schema. (Web site)

Xml Editor

  1. There are links at the end of the XML document, schema, and stylesheet sections that show you how to create the documents using an XML editor.
  2. An XML editor will examine an XML document to ensure that it conforms to the specifications of the XML schema it is written against - to ensure it is valid.

Xml Structure

  1. As such, the further processing of the bundle file within the XML structure may also be based on the referenced schema. (Web site)
  2. The query language used for submitting queries to the bean is based on an XML schema, so it can be passed to the bean as an XML structure. (Web site)

Datatypes

  1. XML Schema: Datatypes is part 2 of the specification of the XML Schema language. (Web site)
  2. XML Schema: Datatypes is part 2 of a two-part draft of the specification for the XML Schema definition language. (Web site)
  3. Part 2 of W3C XML Schema provides a set of datatypes and facets. (Web site)

Uris

  1. An rdf schema that translates the Standard Application Model for Topic Maps into RDF with the one restriction that all locators must be URIs. (Web site)
  2. Many new specifications (XSLT, XML Schema, etc.) have the implicit or explicit requirement that all external identifiers be URIs. (Web site)

Xquery

  1. It's important to understand that unlike XML, XML Schema Definition (XSD), and XSLT, XQuery is a draft and not a recommendation. (Web site)
  2. It is perfect for users who need to open XML, DTD, XML Schema, XSLT, XQuery, HTML, and CSS files and perform light-weight editing tasks.
  3. XQuery has a sophisticated type system based on XML schema datatypes and supports the manipulation of the document nodes unlike XPath. (Web site)

Xmlspy

  1. This way, you can focus on the semantics of your schema while leaving the syntactical details of the XML Schema language to XMLSpy.
  2. Figure 3-2 shows the PurchaseOrder XML schema displayed using XMLSpy. (Web site)

Xml Instances

  1. In both cases, an XML schema is used to validate XML instances to verify that the instances conform to the model that the schema describes.
  2. InstanceToSchema, a tool to generate a RELAX NG schema from XML instances. (Web site)

Xml Instance

  1. Easy runtime coupling of an XML instance and schema.
  2. How to validate an XML Instance with an XML schema. (Web site)

Data Type

  1. For example, our sample XML schema indicates that the Customer element has an attribute called ID, which has a data type of i4 (4-byte integer).

Document Types

  1. Document types usually need a formal description, either a DTD or a Schema. (Web site)
  2. In Week One, he starts from basic syntax, and discusses XML document structure, document types, and the benefits of XML Schema.
  3. The Technical Committee plans to support a variety of schema languages and may develop additional modules and derived document types. (Web site)

Root Element

  1. It is based on adding attributes that identify the target XML schema to the root element of the instance document. (Web site)
  2. When converted to XML syntax, use of this declaration appends a "ns" attribute to the root element of the schema. (Web site)
  3. When an XML schema is registered with Oracle XML DB you can define a default storage table for each root element defined in the XML schema.

Well-Formed

  1. The X-Machine's internal XML parser checks the syntactical correctness of the schema and ensures that incoming XML objects are well-formed.
  2. An XML document that complies with a particular schema, in addition to being well-formed, is said to be valid. (Web site)
  3. Valid documents An XML document that complies with a particular schema, in addition to being well-formed, is said to be valid.

Daml

  1. DAML+OIL only provides a semantic interpretation for those parts of an RDF graph that instantiate the schema defined in daml+oil.daml. (Web site)
  2. This is closely equivalent to RDF Schema, or a subset of DAML+OIL. MDL could be extended to handle more expressive ontologies if required. (Web site)

W3C Recommendation

  1. XML that follows the XML tag rules listed in the W3C Recommendation for XML 1.0, but doesn't have a DTD or schema. (Web site)
  2. XML Schema, published as a W3C Recommendation in May 2001, is one of several XML schema languages. (Web site)

Collada

  1. In other words, COLLADA is not designed to be a temporary data transport mechanism, but rather to be the schema for the source data for your digital assets. (Web site)
  2. COLLADA is a COLLAborative Design Activity for establishing an open standard Digital Asset schema for interactive 3D applications.
  3. COLLADA defines a standard XML schema for data interchange.

Rdf Schema

  1. The declaration of these properties (attributes) and their corresponding semantics are defined in the context of RDF as an RDF schema. (Web site)
  2. This third installment of our series looking at the DARPA Agent Markup Language provides a quick reference for concepts from RDF, RDF Schema and DAML. (Web site)
  3. MDL defines what a document can mean in terms of a UML class model or RDF Schema, and defines how to extract the meaning, in terms of XPath. (Web site)

Rdf

  1. The semantic web comprises the standards and tools of XML, XML Schema, RDF, RDF Schema and OWL that are organized in the Semantic Web Stack.
  2. Uses RDF, RDF Schema, and OWL to create ontologies and manage metadata.
  3. RDF Schema describes the structure of a graph that is serialized in XML in the RDF format. (Web site)

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