For example, if you generate an XSD schema from data retrieved from a database, it might be more convenient to put the schema and the data in the same file.
In MSXML 5.0 for Microsoft Office Applications, inline XSD schema support is enabled by default whenever you create a new DOM document or SAX stream.
In MSXML 6.0, inline XSD schema support is disabled by default.
This is done to ensure that the inline schema fragment is valid as an XML schema, before it is applied or used to validate the non-schema XML remainder of the DOM document or SAX stream.
The ability to control whether inline schemas are compiled and used to validate their host documents can be set in one of two ways, depending on whether you are working with the DOM or the SAX APIs: Because inline schema compilation can take place even when validation is turned off for the DOM or SAX instance, some parsing errors can occur if you compile inline schemas when you do not intend to validate the document.
To avoid or resolve such errors, turn off inline schema support using the appropriate DOM or SAX mechanism, as mentioned above.
If validation is turned off and inline schemas are disabled, schema compilation will not take place.
I was wondering if anyone had tried the above add-in with Vista/IE 7. I was wondering if anyone had tried the above add-in with Vista/IE 7.
Additionally, this is a pretty old file and I was wondering if Microsoft had a better alternative under a newer name? Additionally, this is a pretty old file and I was wondering if Microsoft had a better alternative under a newer name?
Beginning with MSXML 5.0 for Office Applications, support has been implemented to allow you to use inline XML schemas that conform to the XML Schemas (XSD) specification.
Inline schemas can be useful when it is inconvenient to physically separate the schema and the instance XML document.
Inline schemas are referenced and handled in the same way as external schemas that are declared using either the schema Location attribute or the no Namespace Schema Location attribute to specify a URI or path location to the external schema file.
Just like with external schemas, documents and document fragments validated using inline schemas must be identified by their namespace, which should match the attribute in the schema.
For example, a schema with a target namespace of " is applied only to those fragments that also belong to the " namespace.