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The XS package in Xerces vs XSD [message #31467] Tue, 07 October 2003 17:50 Go to next message
Joshua Hui is currently offline Joshua HuiFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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A dummy question.....

Xerces fully supports the XML Schema spec. It also provide the C++
support. In term of functionality, can people use the XS package inside
the Xerces to achieve the majority of the functions provided by the
Eclipse XSD package? If not, what is the function gap?

Eclipse XSD currently does not provide any C++ support. Any plan??

Thanks.

Joshua
Re: The XS package in Xerces vs XSD [message #31538 is a reply to message #31467] Tue, 07 October 2003 19:18 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com

Joshua,

When the XSD work was completed, Xerces did not provide the level of XS
support it has now. The XS support in Xerces is readonly support, so if
you are doing just analysis, you may find that the Xerces XS support gives
most of what you need (but I'm not sure how to use it separate from the
PSVI stuff). In other words, Xerces provides support for the abstract
component model of the spec, but XSD provides the abstract component model
in addition to a concrete syntactic model that you can use to create or
edit schemas.

There is no C++ support planned.


Joshua Hui wrote:

> A dummy question.....
>
> Xerces fully supports the XML Schema spec. It also provide the C++
> support. In term of functionality, can people use the XS package inside
> the Xerces to achieve the majority of the functions provided by the
> Eclipse XSD package? If not, what is the function gap?
>
> Eclipse XSD currently does not provide any C++ support. Any plan??
>
> Thanks.
>
> Joshua
Re: The XS package in Xerces vs XSD [message #579635 is a reply to message #31467] Tue, 07 October 2003 19:18 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
Messages: 32013
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Joshua,

When the XSD work was completed, Xerces did not provide the level of XS
support it has now. The XS support in Xerces is readonly support, so if
you are doing just analysis, you may find that the Xerces XS support gives
most of what you need (but I'm not sure how to use it separate from the
PSVI stuff). In other words, Xerces provides support for the abstract
component model of the spec, but XSD provides the abstract component model
in addition to a concrete syntactic model that you can use to create or
edit schemas.

There is no C++ support planned.


Joshua Hui wrote:

> A dummy question.....
>
> Xerces fully supports the XML Schema spec. It also provide the C++
> support. In term of functionality, can people use the XS package inside
> the Xerces to achieve the majority of the functions provided by the
> Eclipse XSD package? If not, what is the function gap?
>
> Eclipse XSD currently does not provide any C++ support. Any plan??
>
> Thanks.
>
> Joshua


Ed Merks
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