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Re: [xml-dev] [Summary] Eager and Just-in-Time loading of XML Schema documents, compiled documents, enhancing performance, streaming

Hi Michael,
   I can understand what you mean. Here's what you wrote in the thread
you pointed:

If the schema documents aren't directly connected::

<xs:complexType name="BooksType">
        <xs:any namespace="http://www.book.org"/>

then Book.xsd won't be loaded until Xerces-J's validator hits <Book>

Here are few of the points I have with regards to your above
statements, and few questions please:

Here we are not importing Book.xsd. But xs:any wild-card would require
a type definition in the context (because processContents="strict"
here for the wild-card).

Speaking from the schema author's perspective, what is the static
structure of the overall schema definition in this case? I believe, in
this case either we need to provide Book.xsd into Library.xsd via an
xs:import (in which case, would Book.xsd be loaded always?). Or the
schema types needed to satisfy xs:any wild-card, need to be provided
alongside the types in Library.xsd (in which case, there is no
Book.xsd at all).

On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 9:30 AM, Michael Glavassevich
<mrglavas@ca.ibm.com> wrote:
> Re-read my response to Roger [1] and then imagine an instance document
> without <Book>. Book.xsd won't be loaded unless it's reachable from
> Library.xsd through imports / includes.

Mukul Gandhi

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