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use="required"/use="optional" [message #35452] Mon, 12 January 2004 15:28 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: crscca.bol.net.in

Hi!

OK how does one get the following:-
use="required"/use="optional"

Raghu
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #35487 is a reply to message #35452] Mon, 12 January 2004 18:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David Steinberg is currently offline David SteinbergFriend
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raster wrote:

> Hi!
>
> OK how does one get the following:-
> use="required"/use="optional"

Hi Raghu,

XSDAttributeUse.getUse() returns an instance of the XSDAttributeUseCategory
enum, with value OPTIONAL_LITERAL, PROHIBITED_LITERAL, or REQUIRED_LITERAL.
XSDAttributeUse represents a use of an attribute (by declaration, by
reference, or via an attribute group). Its role is analogous to XSDParticle.
XSDAttributeUses are generally accessed from an XSDComplexTypeDefinition or
XSDAttributeGroupDefinition via their attributeUses references.

Cheers,
Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #35594 is a reply to message #35487] Tue, 13 January 2004 13:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: crscca.bol.net.in

Hi,

We seem to be done with our code's xsd portion. Having some trouble with
the compositors when we are extending complex types. Will sort it out
later.

Have 1 question
1. Does xsd plugin work fine inside M6? So far used it inside M5.

Thanks.

Raster

Dave Steinberg wrote:

> raster wrote:

> > Hi!
> >
> > OK how does one get the following:-
> > use="required"/use="optional"

> Hi Raghu,

> XSDAttributeUse.getUse() returns an instance of the XSDAttributeUseCategory
> enum, with value OPTIONAL_LITERAL, PROHIBITED_LITERAL, or REQUIRED_LITERAL.
> XSDAttributeUse represents a use of an attribute (by declaration, by
> reference, or via an attribute group). Its role is analogous to XSDParticle.
> XSDAttributeUses are generally accessed from an XSDComplexTypeDefinition or
> XSDAttributeGroupDefinition via their attributeUses references.

> Cheers,
> Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #35661 is a reply to message #35594] Tue, 13 January 2004 20:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David Steinberg is currently offline David SteinbergFriend
Messages: 489
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Raster wrote:

> Have 1 question
> 1. Does xsd plugin work fine inside M6? So far used it inside M5.

Hi Raster,

EMF doesn't yet work in M6, so XSD doesn't either. You'll have to stick with
M5 until we get it working. Unfortunately, we're stretched very thing right now.

Cheers,
Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #35763 is a reply to message #35661] Wed, 14 January 2004 06:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: crscca.bol.net.in

Hi Dave,

What do you mean by- "we're stretched very thing right now"?

Raster

Dave Steinberg wrote:

> Raster wrote:

> > Have 1 question
> > 1. Does xsd plugin work fine inside M6? So far used it inside M5.

> Hi Raster,

> EMF doesn't yet work in M6, so XSD doesn't either. You'll have to stick with
> M5 until we get it working. Unfortunately, we're stretched very thing right
now.

> Cheers,
> Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #35797 is a reply to message #35661] Wed, 14 January 2004 06:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: crscca.bol.net.in

Hi Dave,

What do you mean by- "we're stretched very thing right now"?
I hope eclipse team plans to continue with xsd beyond M5. (No need for me
to panic I hope on that count.)

Raster


Dave Steinberg wrote:

> Raster wrote:

> > Have 1 question
> > 1. Does xsd plugin work fine inside M6? So far used it inside M5.

> Hi Raster,

> EMF doesn't yet work in M6, so XSD doesn't either. You'll have to stick with
> M5 until we get it working. Unfortunately, we're stretched very thing right
now.

> Cheers,
> Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #35864 is a reply to message #35797] Wed, 14 January 2004 14:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David Steinberg is currently offline David SteinbergFriend
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Raster wrote:

> What do you mean by- "we're stretched very thing right now"?
> I hope eclipse team plans to continue with xsd beyond M5. (No need for me
> to panic I hope on that count.)

Hi Raster,

Sorry, I didn't mean to alarm you. I just meant that the EMF/XSD team isn't
at full strength right now, due to vacations and to other responsibilities.
Things should be picking up again in the coming weeks. Yes, we certainly
intend to continue with XSD well beyond M5.

Oh, and "thing" was a typo; I meant "thin." :)

Cheers,
Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #35898 is a reply to message #35864] Thu, 15 January 2004 13:21 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: crscca.bol.net.in

Thank Goodness 4 that.

Dave Steinberg wrote:

> Raster wrote:

> > What do you mean by- "we're stretched very thing right now"?
> > I hope eclipse team plans to continue with xsd beyond M5. (No need for me
> > to panic I hope on that count.)

> Hi Raster,

> Sorry, I didn't mean to alarm you. I just meant that the EMF/XSD team isn't
> at full strength right now, due to vacations and to other responsibilities.
> Things should be picking up again in the coming weeks. Yes, we certainly
> intend to continue with XSD well beyond M5.

> Oh, and "thing" was a typo; I meant "thin." :)

> Cheers,
> Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #582514 is a reply to message #35452] Mon, 12 January 2004 18:45 Go to previous message
David Steinberg is currently offline David SteinbergFriend
Messages: 489
Registered: July 2009
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raster wrote:

> Hi!
>
> OK how does one get the following:-
> use="required"/use="optional"

Hi Raghu,

XSDAttributeUse.getUse() returns an instance of the XSDAttributeUseCategory
enum, with value OPTIONAL_LITERAL, PROHIBITED_LITERAL, or REQUIRED_LITERAL.
XSDAttributeUse represents a use of an attribute (by declaration, by
reference, or via an attribute group). Its role is analogous to XSDParticle.
XSDAttributeUses are generally accessed from an XSDComplexTypeDefinition or
XSDAttributeGroupDefinition via their attributeUses references.

Cheers,
Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #582577 is a reply to message #35487] Tue, 13 January 2004 13:19 Go to previous message
Raster Mising name is currently offline Raster Mising nameFriend
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Hi,

We seem to be done with our code's xsd portion. Having some trouble with
the compositors when we are extending complex types. Will sort it out
later.

Have 1 question
1. Does xsd plugin work fine inside M6? So far used it inside M5.

Thanks.

Raster

Dave Steinberg wrote:

> raster wrote:

> > Hi!
> >
> > OK how does one get the following:-
> > use="required"/use="optional"

> Hi Raghu,

> XSDAttributeUse.getUse() returns an instance of the XSDAttributeUseCategory
> enum, with value OPTIONAL_LITERAL, PROHIBITED_LITERAL, or REQUIRED_LITERAL.
> XSDAttributeUse represents a use of an attribute (by declaration, by
> reference, or via an attribute group). Its role is analogous to XSDParticle.
> XSDAttributeUses are generally accessed from an XSDComplexTypeDefinition or
> XSDAttributeGroupDefinition via their attributeUses references.

> Cheers,
> Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #582618 is a reply to message #35594] Tue, 13 January 2004 20:14 Go to previous message
David Steinberg is currently offline David SteinbergFriend
Messages: 489
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Raster wrote:

> Have 1 question
> 1. Does xsd plugin work fine inside M6? So far used it inside M5.

Hi Raster,

EMF doesn't yet work in M6, so XSD doesn't either. You'll have to stick with
M5 until we get it working. Unfortunately, we're stretched very thing right now.

Cheers,
Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #582689 is a reply to message #35661] Wed, 14 January 2004 06:34 Go to previous message
Raster Mising name is currently offline Raster Mising nameFriend
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Member
Hi Dave,

What do you mean by- "we're stretched very thing right now"?

Raster

Dave Steinberg wrote:

> Raster wrote:

> > Have 1 question
> > 1. Does xsd plugin work fine inside M6? So far used it inside M5.

> Hi Raster,

> EMF doesn't yet work in M6, so XSD doesn't either. You'll have to stick with
> M5 until we get it working. Unfortunately, we're stretched very thing right
now.

> Cheers,
> Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #582705 is a reply to message #35661] Wed, 14 January 2004 06:38 Go to previous message
Raster Mising name is currently offline Raster Mising nameFriend
Messages: 75
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Dave,

What do you mean by- "we're stretched very thing right now"?
I hope eclipse team plans to continue with xsd beyond M5. (No need for me
to panic I hope on that count.)

Raster


Dave Steinberg wrote:

> Raster wrote:

> > Have 1 question
> > 1. Does xsd plugin work fine inside M6? So far used it inside M5.

> Hi Raster,

> EMF doesn't yet work in M6, so XSD doesn't either. You'll have to stick with
> M5 until we get it working. Unfortunately, we're stretched very thing right
now.

> Cheers,
> Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #582728 is a reply to message #35797] Wed, 14 January 2004 14:30 Go to previous message
David Steinberg is currently offline David SteinbergFriend
Messages: 489
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Raster wrote:

> What do you mean by- "we're stretched very thing right now"?
> I hope eclipse team plans to continue with xsd beyond M5. (No need for me
> to panic I hope on that count.)

Hi Raster,

Sorry, I didn't mean to alarm you. I just meant that the EMF/XSD team isn't
at full strength right now, due to vacations and to other responsibilities.
Things should be picking up again in the coming weeks. Yes, we certainly
intend to continue with XSD well beyond M5.

Oh, and "thing" was a typo; I meant "thin." :)

Cheers,
Dave
Re: use="required"/use="optional" [message #582743 is a reply to message #35864] Thu, 15 January 2004 13:21 Go to previous message
Raster Mising name is currently offline Raster Mising nameFriend
Messages: 75
Registered: July 2009
Member
Thank Goodness 4 that.

Dave Steinberg wrote:

> Raster wrote:

> > What do you mean by- "we're stretched very thing right now"?
> > I hope eclipse team plans to continue with xsd beyond M5. (No need for me
> > to panic I hope on that count.)

> Hi Raster,

> Sorry, I didn't mean to alarm you. I just meant that the EMF/XSD team isn't
> at full strength right now, due to vacations and to other responsibilities.
> Things should be picking up again in the coming weeks. Yes, we certainly
> intend to continue with XSD well beyond M5.

> Oh, and "thing" was a typo; I meant "thin." :)

> Cheers,
> Dave
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