Advanced XML Applications from the Experts at The XML Guild by The XML Guild

By The XML Guild

Various books abound for the start programmer who desires to research XML, yet there are few studying assets to be had if you are already expert in XML and want expert-level suggestion to assist maximize their workflow. complex XML purposes from the specialists on the XML Guild offers this sort of source, written via the specialist programmers on the XML Guild. The publication isn't meant to be one other exhaustive XML "bible," particularly, it is a choice of complicated advice and strategies that the authors have utilized in the genuine world-and at the moment are satisfied to proportion with you. each one bankruptcy is written by means of the guild member thought of to be the professional on a specific subject.

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Q When the argument node is a node other than an element or attribute, in which case the result of name() will always be the same as the result of local-name(). = 'xml:space']. This is safe because the xml prefix is fixed 1:1 to that namespace. = 'id']. This is safe because an unprefixed attribute name always means “not in a namespace”. That’s because the default namespace is not in effect for attribute nodes. )}">. This is safe (as is an analogous use of ), because a prefix that might be present in the name attribute won’t be used to look up the namespace URI as long as you provide it explicitly using the namespace attribute.

Q When the argument node is a node other than an element or attribute, in which case the result of name() will always be the same as the result of local-name(). = 'xml:space']. This is safe because the xml prefix is fixed 1:1 to that namespace. = 'id']. This is safe because an unprefixed attribute name always means “not in a namespace”. That’s because the default namespace is not in effect for attribute nodes. )}">. This is safe (as is an analogous use of ), because a prefix that might be present in the name attribute won’t be used to look up the namespace URI as long as you provide it explicitly using the namespace attribute.

The definition of the gender element violates this rule since you’ve defined it once with a type accepting only the male value and a second time with a type accepting the female value. The second error is often associated with the first one and says that when a processor sees a gender element without having seen a givenName, it doesn’t know in advance the type of this gender element. This second error can be suppressed by making the givenName element mandatory when the gender element is female.

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