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Copy a new local element into another schema [message #598862] Thu, 19 October 2006 01:02
donghua deng is currently offline donghua dengFriend
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Registered: July 2009
I have two versions of an schema (newSchema and oldSchema) that are almost
the same, but some local elements in "newSchema" may need to imported into
"oldSchema". So I will compare these two schemas and then import those new
local elements from new schema into the old one.

for example:

oldSchema: A --- B
|- C
|- D

newSchema: A --- B
|- C
|- D
|- E

For new global elements, I guess it is easy to add them into oldSchema.

But for new local elements (like E in the above example), It is hard to
add them into the corresponding positions in oldSchema (as the child node
of A).

How Can I record the container particle of newSchema and then locate the
corresponding particle in the oldSchema?

Before I tried Xerces xsd, I can use XPath to point to any position of the
DOM tree. Maybe I can do the same thing here? I can get the XPath of each
elements easily..

Thanks a lot for any instructions!

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