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s character class: 6.4.3.1. Classical Perl character classes
SAF (Schema Adjunct Framework): 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
foreign attributes and: 14.3. Foreign Attributes
schema adornments (SAF): 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
schema-based XML-RPC, defining: 11.2.1. Defining Simple Types
schema extensions and error messages: B.3.3. Schema Extensions: Error Messages
Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) proposal: A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family
schema languages (see XML schema languages)
schema validators
guessing element types: 11.2. Defining Element Types
locating schemas: 11.1. Associating Schemas with Instance Documents
schemaLocation attribute: 8.2. Schema Inclusion with Redefinition
schemas
adding constraints on datatypes: 5.5. Back to Our Library
associating, with instance documents: 11.1. Associating Schemas with Instance Documents
attributes (see attributes)
creating: 2.2. Our First Schema
documenting: 14. Documenting Schemas
elements (see elements)
extensible: 13. Creating Extensible Schemas
flat design style: 2.2. Our First Schema
2.3.3. Flat Design, Global Components
global components: 2.3.3. Flat Design, Global Components
importing, with no namespaces: 10.9. Importing Schemas with No Namespaces
inclusion: 8.1. Schema Inclusion
isolating simple/complex type definitions: 8.4. Simplifying the Library
using xs:include and xs:redefine: 10.10. Chameleon Design
with redefinition: 8.2. Schema Inclusion with Redefinition
lexical spaces: 4.1. Lexical and Value Spaces
locating: 11.1. Associating Schemas with Instance Documents
namespace behavior of imported components: 10.8. Namespace Behavior of Imported Components
namespace declarations: 10.2. Namespace Declarations
open: 13.2. The Need for Open Schemas
patterns used in: 6.6. Back to Our Library
qualified/unqualified attributes and elements: 10.3. To Qualify Or Not to Qualify?
referencing other namespaces: 10.6. Referencing Other Namespaces
regular expressions used in: 6.6. Back to Our Library
splitting components: 13.1.3. Splitting Schema Components
value spaces: 4.1. Lexical and Value Spaces
Schematron schema language: A.2.1. Rule-Based XML Schema Languages
A.3.4. Schematron
sample application: A.8. Schematron
xs:appinfo element and: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
serialization, PSVI: B.3.1. PSVI Serialization
serialization spaces: 4.1. Lexical and Value Spaces
sets, manipulating: 6.4.3.3. User-defined character classes
Sharpe, Peter: 7.4.1.3. Unique Particle Attribution Rule
simple content models: 2.2. Our First Schema
creating: 7.3.1. Creation of Simple Content Models
empty content models as: 7.6.1.1. As simple content models
defining: 2.2. Our First Schema
derivation by extension: 7.3.2.1. Derivation by extension
derivation by restriction: 7.3.2.2. Derivation by restriction
simple datatypes: 2.2. Our First Schema
4. Using Predefined Simple Datatypes
complications with: 5.4. Some Oddities of Simple Types
controlling derivations: 12.2.4. Simple Types
creating: 5. Creating Simple Datatypes
defining: 2.2. Our First Schema
11.2.1. Defining Simple Types
globally: 13.1.1.2. Attributes
extensibility features of different styles: 13.1.1.2. Attributes
included schemas: 8.1. Schema Inclusion
example of: 8.4. Simplifying the Library
redefining: 8.2.1. Redefining of Simple and Complex Types
specifying, using regular expressions: 6. Using Regular Expressions to Specify Simple Datatypes
used in schemas: 4.8. Back to Our Library
vs. complex datatypes: 7.1. Simple Versus Complex Types
slash (\) escape character: 6.2. The Simplest Possible Patterns
special characters: 6.4.1. Special Characters
user-defined character classes: 6.4.3.3. User-defined character classes
SOX (Schema for Object-Oriented XML) proposal: A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family
spaces, replacing whitespace with: 4.2. Whitespace Processing
special characters (atoms): 6.4.1. Special Characters
splitting schema components: 13.1.3. Splitting Schema Components
St. Laurent, Simon: A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family
string datatypes: 4.3. String Datatypes
regular expressions and: 6.5.1. String Datatypes
strings
collapsed: 4.3.3. Collapsed Strings
limiting size of: 5.5. Back to Our Library
normalized: 4.2. Whitespace Processing
tokenized: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss
substitution groups: 12.1. Substitution Groups
controlling usage of derivations: 12.2. Controlling Derivations
defining content models using: 12.1.2.1. Using substitution groups
head elements of: 12.1.2.1. Using substitution groups
open schemas and: 13.2.3. And Substitution Groups?
restricting: 12.1.4.2. Restricting substitution groups
trees of: 12.1.2.3. Trees of substitution groups
vs. element groups: 12.1.3. Traditional Declarations or Substitution Groups?
substitutionGroup attribute: 12.1.2.1. Using substitution groups
12.1.3. Traditional Declarations or Substitution Groups?
SVG, allowed in schema annotations: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
Swiss army knife, metaphor for regular expressions: 6.1. The Swiss Army Knife


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