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Element validation [message #47943] Fri, 18 June 2004 06:39 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: invalid.soft-gems.net

Hi Ed,

Thanks to your help my schema based editor runs now excellently. Attribute
assessment works also fine, but now I want to validate an entire element.
Since there is nothing like assess for an element declaration I wonder if
it is possible at all to let the XSD package validate an element. Can you
help again, please?

Mike
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Re: Element validation [message #47975 is a reply to message #47943] Fri, 18 June 2004 09:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com

Mike,

No, unfortunately I've never had the time to do assessment for elements. It's
a fairly big piece of work, although some parts of it would be pretty easy to
do. E.g., using the particle's DFA to validate the elements and using the
attribute uses to validate the attributes...


Mike Lischke wrote:

> Hi Ed,
>
> Thanks to your help my schema based editor runs now excellently. Attribute
> assessment works also fine, but now I want to validate an entire element.
> Since there is nothing like assess for an element declaration I wonder if
> it is possible at all to let the XSD package validate an element. Can you
> help again, please?
>
> Mike
> --
> www.soft-gems.net
Re: Element validation [message #48005 is a reply to message #47975] Fri, 18 June 2004 10:21 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: invalid.soft-gems.net

Ed Merks wrote:

> No, unfortunately I've never had the time to do assessment for elements.
It's
> a fairly big piece of work, although some parts of it would be pretty easy to
> do. E.g., using the particle's DFA to validate the elements and using the
> attribute uses to validate the attributes...

That's a pity. It really would ease my task a lot and it would allow to do
revalidation of documents in memory, while currently you can validate a
document only when creating/loading it.

Mike
--
www.soft-gems.net
Re: Element validation [message #589342 is a reply to message #47943] Fri, 18 June 2004 09:06 Go to previous message
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Mike,

No, unfortunately I've never had the time to do assessment for elements. It's
a fairly big piece of work, although some parts of it would be pretty easy to
do. E.g., using the particle's DFA to validate the elements and using the
attribute uses to validate the attributes...


Mike Lischke wrote:

> Hi Ed,
>
> Thanks to your help my schema based editor runs now excellently. Attribute
> assessment works also fine, but now I want to validate an entire element.
> Since there is nothing like assess for an element declaration I wonder if
> it is possible at all to let the XSD package validate an element. Can you
> help again, please?
>
> Mike
> --
> www.soft-gems.net


Ed Merks
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Re: Element validation [message #589357 is a reply to message #47975] Fri, 18 June 2004 10:21 Go to previous message
Mike Lischke is currently offline Mike LischkeFriend
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Ed Merks wrote:

> No, unfortunately I've never had the time to do assessment for elements.
It's
> a fairly big piece of work, although some parts of it would be pretty easy to
> do. E.g., using the particle's DFA to validate the elements and using the
> attribute uses to validate the attributes...

That's a pity. It really would ease my task a lot and it would allow to do
revalidation of documents in memory, while currently you can validate a
document only when creating/loading it.

Mike
--
www.soft-gems.net
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