|2 suggestions for XSD [message #595428]
||Mon, 09 May 2005 11:34
| Adam Flinton
Registered: July 2009
1) What schema.|
Many schemas I have to work with are at the end of a long chain of
schemas i.e. I might be working on a schema which incudes a schema which
itself includes a schema etc.etc.
When you are then using the schema viewer & you get to an element which
is some distance into the model/tree you then have no idea which actual
schema contains the definition. What would be very usefull would be the
ability to see which actual schema contains a chosen type.
e.g. in the properties view you could include a further textbox which
says which schema this type resides in.
2) An example going all the way from XSD to a GEF editor.
I am looking at creating an XSD editor for an object model which is
expressed in XML. At present there is a tutorial for how to create an
EMF model from an xsd, and there are tutorials for how to create a GEF
editor from an EMF, but it would be usefull to have a tutorial where one
starts with an XSD & progresses right through to the GEF editor.
Preferably this would include best practice advice wrt how to separate
out the different levels such that if a schema changes then how to
ensure that only the minimal amount of work/refactoring will need to
occur at the GEF level.
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