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From Franz-Josef Herpers <...@wir-age.de>
Subject Re: include and redefine with XML Schema API
Date Mon, 26 Jan 2004 18:16:26 GMT
Jeff,

Thanks for your answer, but that doesn't change anything. The problem 
remains the same. Even if I pass the baseId this way, Xerces needs a 
"dummy" systemId, otherwise it doesn't resolve the includes or redefines.

Regards
Franz

Jeff Greif wrote:
> Your file: URLs are not correct.  They should look like:
> 
> file:///C:/server_repository/xsd
> 
> Jeff
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Franz-Josef Herpers" <fjh@wir-age.de>
> To: <xerces-j-user@xml.apache.org>
> Sent: Monday, January 26, 2004 8:22 AM
> Subject: Re: include and redefine with XML Schema API
> 
> 
> 
>>I've isolated and worked around my problem now. In fact it's the way I
>>instantiate the
>>XMLInputSource from which my XMLSchemaLoader loads the grammar:
>>
>>XMLInputSource is = new XMLInputSource(
>>null,
>>null,
>>"file:/C://server_repository/xsd/",
>>schemaFileInputStream,
>>null);
>>As you can see I pass the constructor a baseSystemId and a
>>FileInputStream. But the XMLSchemaLoader is apparently not able to
>>resolve the relative schemaLocation-Attributes in my includes and
>>redefines in the XML schema. But shouldn't that be enough information if
>>  there is a baseURI against which the relative URIs aren being resolved?
>>
>>The workaround I found is to pass the constructor a random systemId in
>>the base directory:
>>
>>XMLInputSource is = new XMLInputSource(
>>null, "file:/C://server_repository/xsd/mySchema.xsd",
>>"file:/C://server_repository/xsd/",
>>schemaFileInputStream,
>>null);
>>
>>That works, even if there is no file mySchema.xsd and I pass no
>>baseSystemId into the constructor. The XMLLoader just takes the
>>FileInputStream.
>>
>>Can someone possibly spread some light on my confusion?
>>
>>Thanks in advance
>>Franz
>>
>>
>>
>>Franz-Josef Herpers wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Hi *,
>>>
>>>I'm using the XML Schema API to generate a tree based structure of the
>>>allowed elements and attributes of a XML Schema. Everything works fine
>>>and as expected with a few lines of code.
>>>
>>>My problem is that I have to deal with XML Schmemas that use <include>
>>>and <redefine> elements. This seems not to be supported by the XML
>>>Schema API. The schema components which are defined in a include are
>>>simply not included and hence not retrieved by the interface methods of
>>>the API. I didn't find any methods to retrieve included or redefined
>>>schemas explicitly either.
>>>
>>>So my question is: How can I handle XML Schemas wich use the include or
>>>redefine feature of XML Schema with the XML Schema API of Xerces-J. I'm
>>>using Xerces 2.6.0?
>>>
>>>Thank you in advance for any suggestions and hints.
>>>
>>>Regards
>>>Franz
>>>
>>>
>>
>>-- 
>>Franz-Josef Herpers
>>Puschkinallee 9A
>>12435 Berlin
>>030/53 21 33 02
>>0173/54 23 666
>>fjh@wir-age.de
>>
>>
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Franz-Josef Herpers
Puschkinallee 9A
12435 Berlin
030/53 21 33 02
0173/54 23 666
fjh@wir-age.de


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