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Installing WMHelp XMLPad Pro
This section describes what is XMLPad and how to install and run XMLPad.
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XSD Schema XML DOM Validator - XsdSchemaDomValidator.java
This section describes a tutorial example on how to create a Validator instance from an XSD Schema instance to validate an XML file using the JAXP DOM interface.
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"nonNegativeInteger", "positiveInteger", "nonPositiveInteger", "negativeInteger" Datatypes
This section describes the built-in primitive datatypes, 'nonNegativeInteger', 'positiveInteger', 'nonPositiveInteger' and 'negativeInteger', that represents integer numbers according signs and the zero value. Leading and trailing whitespaces are allowed and trimmed.
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"anyURI" Datatype Values and Representations
This section describes the built-in primitive datatype, 'anyURI' that represents IRI (Internationalized Resource Identifier) values. Leading and trailing whitespaces are allowed and trimmed.
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"long", "int", "short" and "byte" Datatypes
This section describes the built-in primitive datatypes, 'long', 'int', 'short' and 'byte', that represents signed integer numbers for different storage sizes. Leading and trailing whitespaces are allowed and trimmed.
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Examples of XSD 1.1 and XML Files with Errors
This section provides an example XML file associated with an example XSD 1.1 file. The XML file contains some errors intentionally for see how XML validation tools report them.
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"hexBinary" Datatype Values and Representations
This section describes the built-in primitive datatype, 'hexBinary' that represents binary data represented in hexadecimal encoding. Leading and trailing whitespaces allowed and trimmed.
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"float" and "double" Datatype Values and Representations
This section describes the built-in primitive datatypes, 'float' and 'double' that represents single-precision (32-bit) and double-precision (64-bit) floating-point numbers. Leading and trailing whitespaces allowed and trimmed.
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"keyref" Identity-Constraint XSD Example
This section provides a tutorial example on how to define a 'keyref' identity-constraint in an XSD schema to ensure key reference values are existing key values defined by another 'key' identify-constraint. Xecers2 XSD validator only reports a single generic error for multiple 'keyref' identity-cons...
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XSD Schema File Loader - XsdSchemaLoader.java
This section describes a tutorial example on how to create an XSD schema file loader using JAXP Schema and SchemaFactory classes.
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"NMTOKEN" Datatype Values and Representations
This section describes the built-in datatype 'NMTOKEN' designed to support XML 'NMTOKEN' attribute values. 'NMTOKEN' datatype is derived from 'token' by restricting the value set according the XML 'NMTOKEN' specification.
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Creating Schema Documents - "schema" Element
This section describes a tutorial example on how to write the root element of the XML representation of a schema.
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"token" Datatype Values and Representations
This section describes the built-in datatype 'token' derived from 'normalizedString'. Whitespace characters are collapsed to a single ' ' character. Leading and trailing whitespace characters are removed.
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XSD Schema XML SAX Validator - XsdSchemaSaxValidator.java
This section describes a tutorial example on how to create a Validator instance from an XSD Schema instance to validate an XML file using the JAXP SAX interface.
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"Hello world!" Example of XSD
This section describes a simple example of XSD called 'Hello World'.
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"ID" Datatype Values and Representations
This section describes the built-in datatype 'ID' designed to primarily support the id attribute to identify a specific XML element. 'ID' values must be 'NCName' values and must be unique in a single XML document.
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"gYearMonth" and "gMonthDay" Datatypes
This section describes the built-in primitive datatype, 'gYearMonth' and 'gMonthDay', that represents year-month and month-day combinations in Gregorian calendar. Leading and trailing whitespaces are allowed and trimmed. Timezone offset is optional.
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What Is "key" Identity-Constraint?
This section describes the 'key' identity-constraint, where a combination of certain sub elements or attributes is defined as a key identity, which must have values and values must be unique.
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Schema Component Reuse - "include", "redefine" or "import"
This section compares 3 different ways of linking multiple schema documents together: include, redefine and import.
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"dateTime" Datatype Values and Representations
This section describes the built-in primitive datatype, 'dateTime' that represents moments of time in Gregorian calendar. Leading and trailing whitespaces are allowed and trimmed. Timezone offset is optional.
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What Is "unique" Identity-Constraint?
This section describes the 'unique' identity-constraint, where a combination of certain sub elements or attributes is defined as an identity, which must have unique values. Missing values are acceptable.
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Identity-Constraint with Multiple Fields
This section provides a tutorial example on how to specify a 'key' identify constraint in an XSD schema that uses multiple 'field' to construct identify values with multiple components.
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""unsignedLong" and "unsignedShort" Datatypes
This section describes the built-in primitive datatypes, 'unsignedLong', 'unsignedInt', 'unsignedShort' and 'unsignedByte', that represents unsigned integer numbers for different storage sizes. Leading and trailing whitespaces are allowed and trimmed.
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Declaring Empty Elements
This section describes a tutorial example on how to declare an empty element by defining a special complexType datatype.
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