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From "Eric Ye" <eri...@locus.apache.org>
Subject Re: working with XMLContentSpec?
Date Fri, 28 Jul 2000 16:47:02 GMT
Scope information is not stored in the XMLContentSpec. for Schema Grammar,
you can get the scope index by calling the method getElementDefinedScope(int
elementDeclIndex), this the scope you will be using to resolve all the
children element of this element.
For DTD Grammar, you can always use "-1" for all the scope index.
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Eric Ye * IBM, JTC - Silicon Valley * ericye@locus.apache.org

----- Original Message -----
From: "Andreas Schmidt" <andreas.schmidt@team-konzept.de>
To: <general@xml.apache.org>; <xerces-j-dev@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, July 28, 2000 5:23 AM
Subject: working with XMLContentSpec?


> hi,
>
> i'm triing to analyze the grammar of a schema/dtd to transform the
complete
> grammar into an new representation. with the help of the
> TraverseSchema-class i get the SchemaGrammar, and then i traverse the
> grammar through access to the XMLElementDecl of my "root"-element and
> traverse it's XMLContentSpec. when a XMLContentSpec is a leaf-node
refering
> to another element, i use XMLContentSpec .value as the name-index in the
> StringPool and get the index of the corresponding XMLElementDecl through
> SchemaGrammar.getElementDeclIndex( XMLContentSpec.value, 0 ).
>
> my problem is the second parameter of getElementDeclIndex, scopeIndex. i'm
> not shure, how to get this parameter out of the XMLContentSpec. it doesn't
> seem to be part of XMLContentSpec.
>
> what is the correct value for scopeIndex, and how can i get it?
>
> thanks
> andi
>
>
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