]> Part 1 version: Id: XMLSchema.xsd,v 1.53 2003/02/24 17:40:07 ht Exp Part 2 version: Id: datatypes.xsd,v 1.60 2003/04/05 11:02:30 ht Exp The schema corresponding to this document is normative, with respect to the syntactic constraints it expresses in the XML Schema language. The documentation (within <documentation> elements) below, is not normative, but rather highlights important aspects of the W3C Recommendation of which this is a part The simpleType element and all of its members are defined towards the end of this schema document Get access to the xml: attribute groups for xml:lang as declared on 'schema' and 'documentation' below This type is extended by almost all schema types to allow attributes from other namespaces to be added to user schemas. This type is extended by all types which allow annotation other than <schema> itself This group is for the elements which occur freely at the top level of schemas. All of their types are based on the "annotated" type by extension. This group is for the elements which can self-redefine (see <redefine> below). A utility type, not for public use A utility type, not for public use A utility type, not for public use #all or (possibly empty) subset of {extension, restriction} for maxOccurs for all particles for element, group and attributeGroup, which both define and reference 'complexType' uses this This branch is short for <complexContent> <restriction base="xs:anyType"> ... </restriction> </complexContent> Will be restricted to required or forbidden Not allowed if simpleContent child is chosen. May be overriden by setting on complexContent child. This choice is added simply to make this a valid restriction per the REC Overrides any setting on complexType parent. This choice is added simply to make this a valid restriction per the REC No typeDefParticle group reference A utility type, not for public use #all or (possibly empty) subset of {substitution, extension, restriction} The element element can be used either at the top level to define an element-type binding globally, or within a content model to either reference a globally-defined element or type or declare an element-type binding locally. The ref form is not allowed at the top level. group type for explicit groups, named top-level groups and group references group type for the three kinds of group This choice with min/max is here to avoid a pblm with the Elt:All/Choice/Seq Particle derivation constraint restricted max/min Only elements allowed inside simple type for the value of the 'namespace' attr of 'any' and 'anyAttribute' Value is ##any - - any non-conflicting WFXML/attribute at all ##other - - any non-conflicting WFXML/attribute from namespace other than targetNS ##local - - any unqualified non-conflicting WFXML/attribute one or - - any non-conflicting WFXML/attribute from more URI the listed namespaces references (space separated) ##targetNamespace or ##local may appear in the above list, to refer to the targetNamespace of the enclosing schema or an absent targetNamespace respectively A utility type, not for public use A subset of XPath expressions for use in selectors A utility type, not for public use A subset of XPath expressions for use in fields A utility type, not for public use The three kinds of identity constraints, all with type of or derived from 'keybase'. A utility type, not for public use A public identifier, per ISO 8879 notations for use within XML Schema schemas Not the real urType, but as close an approximation as we can get in the XML representation First the built-in primitive datatypes. These definitions are for information only, the real built-in definitions are magic. For each built-in datatype in this schema (both primitive and derived) can be uniquely addressed via a URI constructed as follows: 1) the base URI is the URI of the XML Schema namespace 2) the fragment identifier is the name of the datatype For example, to address the int datatype, the URI is: http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#int Additionally, each facet definition element can be uniquely addressed via a URI constructed as follows: 1) the base URI is the URI of the XML Schema namespace 2) the fragment identifier is the name of the facet For example, to address the maxInclusive facet, the URI is: http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#maxInclusive Additionally, each facet usage in a built-in datatype definition can be uniquely addressed via a URI constructed as follows: 1) the base URI is the URI of the XML Schema namespace 2) the fragment identifier is the name of the datatype, followed by a period (".") followed by the name of the facet For example, to address the usage of the maxInclusive facet in the definition of int, the URI is: http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#int.maxInclusive NOTATION cannot be used directly in a schema; rather a type must be derived from it by specifying at least one enumeration facet whose value is the name of a NOTATION declared in the schema. Now the derived primitive types pattern specifies the content of section 2.12 of XML 1.0e2 and RFC 3066 (Revised version of RFC 1766). pattern matches production 7 from the XML spec pattern matches production 5 from the XML spec pattern matches production 4 from the Namespaces in XML spec A utility type, not for public use #all or (possibly empty) subset of {restriction, union, list} A utility type, not for public use Can be restricted to required or forbidden Required at the top level Forbidden when nested We should use a substitution group for facets, but that's ruled out because it would allow users to add their own, which we're not ready for yet. base attribute and simpleType child are mutually exclusive, but one or other is required itemType attribute and simpleType child are mutually exclusive, but one or other is required memberTypes attribute must be non-empty or there must be at least one simpleType child