Information on XML Schema
An XML schema defines the structure, content and
semantics of XML documents.the
elements that are allowedfor each element, the attributes that are
allowed including ranges of allowed values and whether or not
the attribute is compulsorythe hierarchical structure of elements, including the
order and number of child elementsfor each element, whether or
not it may contain textdata typesdefault values for elements and
An XML schema defines
The purpose of an XML schema is essential
the same as DTD (Document type definitions). XML schemas are
more flexible and extensible that DTD, making them more suitable
for many applications.
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