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  • Subject: Help: Using enumeration that disregards case
  • From: "Davis, Nathan" <ndavis@jtac.IN.gov>
  • Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 15:13:31 -0500
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  • Thread-topic: Help: Using enumeration that disregards case

Hi all,


This question is about XML Schema.


I want to create a simpleType > restriction > enumeration such as the following:


<xs:element name="pet-type">                                                       


    <xs:restriction base="xs:string">

      <xs:enumeration value="dog" />

      <xs:enumeration value="cat" />

      <xs:enumeration value="fish" />

      <xs:enumeration value="other" />                                             





However, I also want to make it so that the instance document can have upper or lower case values, so that the following would all be valid:








How can I do this with XML Schema?



Nathan Davis
Web Programmer
Division of State Court Administration
Judicial Technology and Automation Committee



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