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Andrzej Taramina writes:
>Quick question....if I next schemas a few levels deep, do I need to
>lowest levels at the highest parent level?
>For example: I have a main schema A which includes subschema B. B in turn
>includes subschema C.
>Do I need an include tag in A that includes C as well as B?
>The reason I ask is that XMLSpy 4.2 seems to think you do, but this does not
>make a lot of sense to me as I think they includes should cascade upwards. Or
>is XMLSpy just a POS when it comes to editing schemas (which opinion I am
>starting to lean towards).
This is a known problem in Spy - it has been reported and acknowledged.
Interestingly, the same problem exists in the Schema tool in the .NET Beta
(also acknowledged as a problem by MS).
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