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   RE: [xml-dev] tool support schema for xs:extension or a way to replace i

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xs:extension is a standard feature of XML Schema (perhaps you are misled by
its name?) so every XML Schema processor should support it.

Michael Kay 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: CAUBEL, Hugues [mailto:hugues.caubel@airbus.com] 
> Sent: 26 July 2004 15:13
> To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
> Subject: [xml-dev] tool support schema for xs:extension or a 
> way to replace it
> Sorry, misclick.... i finish my previous post.
> I would like to know if you have some feedback on the support 
> of tool (parser, editor) for schema that use xs:entension. It 
> seems fine with xmlSpy, Xerces and XSV, but may be it is not 
> always the case with other tool (specially wheen looking at 
> http://sdec.reach.ie/rigs/rig0004/html/)
> In the beginning to avoid risk, i was looking for a way to 
> use xs:group to do the same kind of task - but i could not do 
> it, as i want something like 
> <xs:group name="custGroup">
>  <xs:sequence>
>   <xs:element name="elt1" type="xs:string"/>
>   <xs:element name="elt2" type="xs:string"/>
>   <xs:element name="elt3" type="xs:string"/>
>  </xs:sequence>
>  <xs:attribute name="att1" type="xs:string"/>	
> </xs:group>
> but it is not legal to mix attributes and elements. 
> Any ideas (and sadly i could not use relaxNG) ?
> Thanks, hugues
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