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DATA ELEMENTS
INPUT SCHEMAS
WELL-FORMED DOCUMENTS
CREATING XML SCHEMAS
DOCUMENT TYPE DEFINITION
DOCUMENT TYPE DEFINITIONS
MIXED CONTENT
NG SCHEMAS
W3C XML SCHEMAS
RDF SCHEMAS
VARIETY
GLOBAL
W3C XML SCHEMA
SPECIFICATION
COMPLEX
WAY
STRUCTURED
REGISTERED
ETC
RELEVANT
OBJECTS
EXTENSION
GUIDE
USEFUL
CHAPTER
POWERFUL
DIFFERENCE
PAPER
USAGE
MEMORY
KNOWLEDGE
ENTITIES
SCHEMA LANGUAGES
SUPPORT
ATTRIBUTE
ATTRIBUTES
TUTORIAL
PROCESSING
XSLT
SET
MAPPINGS
ADDITION
LOAD
BINDINGS
USERS
EDITING
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Definitions

  1. Schemas are technology for specifying and constraining the structure of XML documents.
  2. Schemas are more powerful and flexible than DTDs and use XML syntax.
  3. Schemas are intended to document their own meaning, usage, and function through a common documentation vocabulary.
  4. Schemas are Form action plans which guide us in understanding what is going on around us (Hayes b.
  5. XSD schemas are associated with namespace URIs either by using the schemaLocation attribute or the provided System.Xml.XmlValidatingReader.Schemas property.

Data Elements

  1. XMLSpy Enterprise autogenerates Java, C++, or C# class files from data elements defined in schemas.

Input Schemas

  1. The schema of the result is thus the union or colimit of the input schemas.

Well-Formed Documents

  1. Ignore DTDs and schemas completely, and only work with well-formed documents.

Creating Xml Schemas

  1. In "RELAX NG," developers are introduced to this unique language and learn a no-nonsense method for creating XML schemas.

Document Type Definition

  1. In applications other than Access, different types of schemas are sometimes used, as in the case of Document Type Definition (DTD) files.

Document Type Definitions

  1. Document Type Definitions (DTDs) and XML Schemas are key technologies in this area.

Mixed Content

  1. Schemas offer much greater control over mixed content than DTDs do.
  2. This reconstructs XML 1.0's restriction on mixed content (but does not enforce it--you can construct schemas which have no equivalent in XML 1.0 terms).
  3. Codalogic LMX supports most of XML Schemas, and notably includes support for wildcards and mixed content.

Ng Schemas

  1. Contains XSLT stylesheets for converting RELAX NG schemas in the XML syntax to the compact syntax.

W3C Xml Schemas

  1. Everyone is choosing RELAX NG as their schema language, and compiling to DTDs or W3C XML Schemas as necessary.
  2. W3C XML Schemas provide a rich set of datatypes and validity rules, both built-in, and user definable.

Rdf Schemas

  1. The authors of XML schemas get to say such things; authors of RDF schemas don't.

Variety

  1. As of today there exist a variety of UML vocabularies for describing object models, datatypes, database schemas, transformations etc.

Global

  1. Database schema integration is the activity of integrating the schemas of existing or proposed databases into a global, unified schema.

W3C Xml Schema

  1. If you do not specify this switch, your input schemas will be treated as W3C XML Schema.

Specification

  1. XML schemas also provide a mechanism for documenting XML documents and form an important part of the specification of XML vocabularies.

Complex

  1. The XML Schema diagram helps both the content authors who want to understand a schema and schema designers who develop complex schemas.

Way

  1. With XML Schemas, the sender can describe the data in a way that the receiver will understand.

Structured

  1. RDF schemas are structured based on the RDF data model.

Registered

  1. XML schemas can be registered as global or local.

Etc

  1. XML schemas, data elements, etc.) and non-XML artefacts (e.g.

Relevant

  1. Such information can be taken from XML Schemas as well as XForms-specific additions, such as relevant.

Objects

  1. The schemas are structured in accordance with the granular levels and orthogonal views of objects.
  2. Cayenne binds one or more database schemas directly to Java objects, managing atomic commit and rollbacks, SQL generation, joins, sequences, and more.

Extension

  1. For schemas in the compact syntax, the extension ".rnc" is used.

Guide

  1. People use cognitive schemas to guide their attentional focus.

Useful

  1. The Schematron can be useful in conjunction with many grammar-based structure-validation languages: DTDs, XML Schemas, RELAX, TREX, etc.

Chapter

  1. In fact, you can use the same SAXCount program you learned about in Chapter 8 to validate against schemas as well as DTDs.
  2. This chapter is based on the May 2, 2001 Recommendation of XML Schemas.

Powerful

  1. This is a real restriction in XHTML that has to be made in the prose of the specification because neither DTDs nor schemas are powerful enough to say it.

Difference

  1. The difference is that with schemas, unlike with DTDs, this is not the only way to do it.

Paper

  1. In this paper, we propose a property pattern based specification language, named PROPOLS, and use it to verify BPEL service composition schemas.

Usage

  1. Whatever you do with DTDs and XML Schemas, remember that their usage should be considered a part of document format specification and documentation.

Memory

  1. Schemas often operate automatically and unintentionally, and can lead to biases in perception and memory.

Knowledge

  1. Knowledge is stored in long-term memory as schemas or schemata.

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.

Schema Languages

  1. Most schema languages, including W3C schemas, Relax, TREX, DDML, and DTDs, take the approach that you must carefully specify what is allowed in the document.

Support

  1. The adoption of XML and schemas ensures that G-Portal can support a wide variety of metadata resources.
  2. XInclude 1.0 can be used in environments without DTD (Document Type Definition) support, more common since the adoption of XML schemas.
  3. Unfortunately, XML editors do not yet support RELAX NG as widely as they do W3C XML Schemas.

Attribute

  1. Unlike a DTD, XML schemas let you specify a data type for an element or attribute.

Attributes

  1. The current draft of XML Schemas also uses a very different style for declaring elements and attributes to DTDs.

Tutorial

  1. For example a tutorial on the W3C XML Schema Language that covered the basics and assumed no prior experience with schemas would be useful.

Processing

  1. Here's another area where the flexibility of XML schemas serves you well, but also costs you a lot in processing.

Xslt

  1. NOTE: The XSL Working Group plans that future versions of XSLT will leverage XML Schemas to define further values for this attribute.
  2. HyperRDF: Using XHTML Authoring Tools with XSLT to produce RDF Schemas, Dan Connolly - note on Dan's experiments with using XSLT to scrape web pages.

Set

  1. When XML schemas are registered with Oracle XML DB, a set of default tables are created and used to store XML instance documents associated with the schema.

Mappings

  1. The mappings for W3C Schemas, Relax, TREX, and SOX appear to be somewhat more complex.

Addition

  1. In addition, some familiarity with XML Schemas and SOAP is helpful.

Load

  1. Germane cognitive load is that load devoted to the processing, construction and automation of schemas.
  2. Star schemas are the final result of the Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) processes that are used in building the data warehouse.

Bindings

  1. See metacity.schemas for all available bindings.

Users

  1. Users have reported that a common use of Schematron schemas is to allow specific diagnostics to be given.

Editing

  1. A small emacs mode for editing RELAX NG schemas in the compact syntax.
  2. Also it includes editing and validation support for Schematron schemas.

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