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Re: [xml-dev] Follow up on: Help regarding an XML attribute.

I don't like the looks of your attribute called "dt:dt".
In an XSD, the 'name' attribute of an 'attribute' element must be an NCName.

If you change it to "dt", will it then validate the way you expect?

-Wayne Steele

>From: Huy-Lan Phan <Huylanp@Oceanwide.com>
>To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
>Subject: [xml-dev] Follow up on: Help regarding an XML attribute.
>Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2001 11:23:06 -0400
>Hi all.
>I'd like to thank everyone who answered my question
>regarding an element's attribute, namely Wayne, Ronald,
>Eddie and Vance.
>I tried them and both way suggested worked:
>The simpleContent or complexContent with the restriction element
>or extension element.
>Now I have another dilema. I have defined two attributes and they're
>both required. Somehow, if one if them is defined, the validation will
>go through without giving any error. It only gives error when both
>of them are missing. This is not what I'm looking for since I want
>both of them to be required, so if one of them is missing, I want the
>validation to give an error. I don't know if it's XML Spy's validation
>that is wrong.
>Here is the element defined with two mandatory attributes:
><xsd:element name="Attachment">
>	<xsd:complexType>
>		<xsd:simpleContent>
>			<xsd:restriction base="xsd:base64Binary">
>				<xsd:attribute name="dt:dt"
>type="xsd:string" use="required"  default="bin.base64"/>
>				<xsd:attribute name="FileName"
>type="xsd:string" use="required"/>
>			</xsd:restriction>
>		</xsd:simpleContent>
>	</xsd:complexType>
>Thanks again.
>Huy-Lan Phan	           huylanp@oceanwide.com
>Manager, Account Integration
>Oceanwide Marine Network Inc.
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