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Here we use the pattern "\d{5}(-\d{4}) " to indicate that the string must contain 5 digits followed by an optional dash and 4 digits Table 2-1 shows a list of available facets and a brief description of each facet You can find more information on facets in the NET documentation under the topic Data Type Facets (http://msdnmicrosoftcom/library/en-us/cpgenref/html/xsdrefdatatypefacetsasp ) or in the W3C XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes (http://wwww3org/TR/xmlschema-2/)
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Table 2-1 List of XSD facets that may be applied to simple types
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Description Specifies a set of allowable values The maximum number of digits in the fractional part Applies to datatypes derived from decimal (Therefore it does not apply to double nor float) The fixed length of values of this type Note that the unit of length depends on the base type: For strings, the unit is characters For hexBinary and base64Binary, the unit is an octet (a byte) Finally for types derived by list, length is the number of items in that list Is the exclusive allowable upper bound, ie values must be less than this upper bound Is the inclusive allowable upper bound, ie values must be less than or equal to this upper bound The maximum allowable length The unit of maxLength depends on the datatype, see length above Is the exclusive allowable lower bound, ie values must be greater than this lower bound Is the inclusive allowable lower bound, ie values must be greater than or equal to this lower bound The minimum allowable length The unit of minLength depends on the datatype, see length above A regular expression that restricts values to the specified pattern The maximum number of digits Applies to types derived from decimal Must be preserve, replace, or collapse Specifies how white space (tab, carriage return, line feed, and space) in string types is treated preserve indicates that all white space should be left as is replace indicates that each tab, carriage return, and line feed is replaced by a space collapse indicates that first white space is replaced as in replace, then contiguous spaces are replaced by one
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Defining Complex Types Complex types are used to represent classes, structures, arrays, and other data structures To define a complex type, you use the <complexType> XSD element For example, assume you want to create a type definition for the following XML fragment: <!-- an example XML fragment --> <example> <elem1>some text</elem1> <elem2>more text</elem2> </example>
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The corresponding type definition would begin with the <complexType> XSD element which has a name attribute that indicates the type s name You then specify the content model for this new type For example, the type definition below uses the XSD <sequence> element to indicate that elements of this type must contain a sequence of <elem1> followed by <elem2> All elements declared within the <sequence> element must appear in the same order in which they are declared In this example, if the order of <elem1> and <elem2> is reversed, the XML fragment would be considered invalid
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<!-- the corresponding type definition --> <complexType name="exampleType"> <sequence> <element name="elem1" type="string"/> <element name="elem2" type="string"/> </sequence> </complexType>
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The XSD <sequence> element defines what is known as an element model group Basically, you are saying the following group of elements must appear in this sequence Besides <sequence>, you can also use <choice> and <all> to define element model groups <choice> indicates that only one of the elements may appear in the XML document <all> indicates that either 0 or 1 instance of each of the elements may appear in the XML document in any order If an element declaration appears in more than one place in your schema, you can declare the element as a global element, that is make its declaration a direct child of the <schema> element You can then reference this declaration by name within a type definition:
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