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[teneo/jpox] Question of design of metadata [message #606994] Thu, 14 June 2007 19:16
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Hi Martin,

I have been working with several separate xsd files used within my
application. Some of the xsd files refer to other xsd file eg topology.xsd
header looks like this

targetNamespace=" l-topology.xsd"
xmlns:portal=" l-topology.xsd"
xmlns:base=" l-base.xsd"
xmlns:security=" l-security.xsd"

The navigation.xsd header looks like this:
targetNamespace=" l-navigation.xsd"
xmlns:portal=" l-topology.xsd"
xmlns:navigation=" l-navigation.xsd"
xmlns:base=" l-base.xsd"

What is the best way to create the metadata file(s) for this kind of
1) For example base.xsd is common to both. Should there be one set of
base.xsd tables and both topology and navigation.xsd should refer to the
base tables? There could be duplicate entries. Would the system know which
row to delete if needed? Or should there be a separate base tables for
each xsds?
2) Navigation.xsd also references topology.xsd. But neither is a
superset/subset of each other. I think creating separate topology tables
would be best. But unfortunately it uses the same namespace. Would
annotation be usefule here?
3) Or should there be one giant metadata jdo file for both xsd file?

Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.

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