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EClass for prefix and namespace definition? [message #602525] Sun, 05 August 2007 12:47
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Originally posted by: rb_account.yahoo.de

Hello,

I just started to work with the XML Schema Infoset.

My goal is to create a schema which rererences some namespaces:
************************************************************ ***
<schema targetNamespace=3D"http://www.eclipse.org/xsd/examples/createxsd=
"
xmlns=3D"http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"
xmlns:address=3D"http://www.eclipse.org/xsd/examples/address"/>


Using the API, I just need the following line (according to the develope=
r =

works article "XMLSchemaInfosetModel,Part1"):
************************************************************ ***
qNamePrefixToNamespaceMap.put("address","http://www.eclipse.org/xsd/exam=
ples/address");


However, I need to know the concrete Model element, which stores the =

information and is referenced by the XSDSchema-EClass, since I want use =
=

the xsd.ecore for model transformation with ATL.
I can't find an element that defines a prefix - any help?

Although this is not an ATL newsgroup, I post the following example whic=
h =

demonstrates, why I need to know the EReference-Feature in the XSDSchema=
=

ECLass and the EClass representing the prefixes and namespaces. I hope t=
he =

example clarifies my question:
************************************************************ ***
rule Schema2Schema {
from
inputSchema XSD!XSDSchema
to
schema : XSD!XSDSchema(
targetNamespace <- 'de.uba.wiai.seda.soad.fallstudie',
<REFERENCE-FEATURE> <- refNamespaces
),
refNamespaces : XSD!<MODELELEMENT> (
prefix <- '...',
namespace <- '....'
)
}



Best regards

Rainer Bernhard


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