Introduction of XSD Built-in Datatypes

This chapter provides notes and tutorial examples on built-in datatypes defined in XML Schema 1.1. Topics include complete list of built-in datatypes, using built-in datatypes to declare XML elements and attributes; special built-in datatypes 'anyType', 'anySimpleType', 'anyAtomicType'.

Overview of XSD 1.1 Built-in Datatypes

List of Built-in Datatypes

Datatypes, Values and Representations

Datatypes, Values and Representations - Example

Built-in Datatypes Lexical Representation Examples

Declaring Elements and Attributes with Built-in Datatypes

Defining New Datatypes with Built-in Datatypes

"anyType" Built-in Datatype Values and Representations

"anySimpleType" Built-in Datatype Values and Representations

"anyAtomicType" Built-in Datatype Values and Representations

Conclusion:

Table of Contents

 About This Book

 Introduction to XML Schema

 XML Editor and Schema Processor - XMLPad

 Java API for XML Processing - JAXP

 JAXP - XML Schema (XSD) Validation

 Xerces2 Java Parser - Java API of XML Parsers

 Using Xerces2 Java API

 XML Schema Language - Basics

Introduction of XSD Built-in Datatypes

 "string" and Its Derived Datatypes

 "decimal" and Its Derived Datatypes

 "dateTime" and Its Related Datatypes

 Miscellaneous Built-in Datatypes

 Facets, Constraining Facets and Restriction Datatypes

 "simpleType" - Defining Your Own Simple Datatypes

 Complex Element Declaration

 Identity-Constraints: unique, key and keyref

 Assertion as Custom Validation Rules

 XML Schema Location and Namespace in XML Documents

 Overriding Element Types in XML Documents

 Linking Multiple Schema Documents Together

 Glossary

 References

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