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RE: [xml-dev] key/keyref access in Java....


We want to implement this functionality in Xopus, so I recently asked
the same thing:

I got no response, so for now I have implemented what I suggested there.
But neither of those methods is what you are asking for. If anything
comes up I would like to implement that in Xopus too.


Sjoerd Visscher
Xopus: http://xopus.com
+31 (0)70 - 3699563

-----Original Message-----
From: dave [mailto:ceek63@yahoo.com] 
Sent: Monday, November 19, 2007 8:29
To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
Subject: [xml-dev] key/keyref access in Java....

 I know key/keyref constraints' use at the XSD level.
 Can you access these key/keyrefs at the Java
 application level?
 For e.g. I need to find the number of Keyrefs
 referencing the Key in my Java app?
 Basically, I am trying to understand if I can
 leverage these constraints at the Java level (like
 accessing selector/field values, xpath expressions,
 Or are these constraints are only used at the XSD
 level and XML validation?

 In short, how would one leverage these key/keyrefs at
the Java application level?

 Thanks for any pointers.

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