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RE: Unqualified elment - but still have prefix at the root

From: Simon Cox <simon.cox@jrc.ec.europa.eu>
Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2009 15:20:29 +0200
To: "'Avihaimar'" <avihaimar@yahoo.com>, <xmlschema-dev@w3.org>
Message-ID: <A4F67D63377B4A63A2C5D9DF8D30C564@H07.jrc.it>
The key point is that because your document uses elements from two
namespaces, an instance document with no namespace prefixes at all is
invalid. The 'no prefix' can only be used by one namespace, not both. 

Simon Cox

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Sent: Tuesday, 25 August 2009 14:49
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Subject: Re: Unqualified elment - but still have prefix at the root

Last one - (Thank you!!!!!)

I know - i can handle this XML with any prefix. Its depend on the
declaration in the header (xlmns).


XML without any prefix will failed in validation . I want to have the option
to not have prefix at all and i dont know how can i do this either by
chanigng the xsd or the instance.

When i send example of XML to the cutomers i want to send them XML with no
prefix and i didnt success to have one by chanigng the xsd or the instance.

Avihaimar wrote:
> Hey,
> i have two schemas A,B. 
> B import A. 
> Both of them defined as unqualified element, but the xml that 
> generated from B has n1: as a prefix for the root elements.
> Is there a way to have no prefix at all? 
> Thank you

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