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XDR (XML-Data-Reduced) proposal: A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family
XDuce programming language: A.3.3. The RELAX NG Family
Xerces Native Interface (XNI): B.3.2. APIs
XForms specification: 1.1.5. Guided Editing
XHTML, allowed in schema annotations: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
XInclude specification
using instead of xs:include and xs:reference: 8.3.2. XInclude
W3C XML Schema's impact on: B.1.1. XPath, XSLT, and XQuery
XLink specification
attributes: 10.7.2. XLink Attributes
foreign attributes accepted by: 14.3. Foreign Attributes
linking resources in schema annotations: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
W3C XML Schema's impact on: B.1.1. XPath, XSLT, and XQuery
xlink:href attribute: 10.7. Schemas for XML, XML Base and XLink
XML 1.0 comments: 14.4. XML 1.0 Comments
XML 1.0 namespace: 10.7.1. XML Attributes
XML attributes: 10.7.1. XML Attributes
XML Data Binding Resources: 1.1.4. Data Binding
XML-Data proposal: 1.2. W3C XML Schema
A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family
XML-Data-Reduced (XDR) proposal: A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family
XML documents
binding
data: 1.1.4. Data Binding
early vs. late: A.1.4. Early Binding Tools
guided editing: 1.1.5. Guided Editing
open schemas and: 13.2. The Need for Open Schemas
querying support for: 1.1.3. Querying Support
validating: 1.1.1. Validation
2.3.2. W3C XML Schema Is Both About Structure and Datatyping
XML schema languages: A.1. What Is a XML Schema Language?
challenges presented by namespaces to: 10.1. Namespaces Present Two Challenges to Schema Languages
classifying: A.2. Classification of XML Schema Languages
history of: A.3. A Short History of XML Schema Languages
modeling tools: A.1.3. Intrusive Modeling Tools
open vs. closed: A.1.2. Firewalls Against Diversity
sample applications: A.4. Sample Application
XML vocabularies, documenting: 1.1.2. Documentation
xml:base attribute: 10.7.1. XML Attributes
xml:lang attribute: 10.7.1. XML Attributes
xml:space attribute: 10.7.1. XML Attributes
XNI (Xerces Native Interface): B.3.2. APIs
XPath specification
embedded Schematron rules and: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
identity checks: 9.2. XPath-Based Identity Checks
namespaces and: 10.5. Namespaces and XPath Expressions
permitted XPath expressions: 9.2.5. Permitted XPath Expressions
querying support and: 1.1.3. Querying Support
W3C XML Schema's impact on: B.1.1. XPath, XSLT, and XQuery
XPointer specification: 8.3.2. XInclude
W3C XML Schema's impact on: B.1.1. XPath, XSLT, and XQuery
XQuery specification: 1.1.3. Querying Support
W3C XML Schema's impact on: B.1.1. XPath, XSLT, and XQuery
xs:all (outside a group): 15.1. Datatypes
adapting document structures to constraints of: 7.4.1.5.2. Adapting the structure of your document
limitations of: 7.4.1.5.1. Limitations of xs:all
role as compositor: 7.4.1.1. Compositors and particles
12.1.1. Using a "Traditional" Group
using xs:choice (outside a group) instead: 7.4.1.5.3. Using xs:choice instead of xs:all
xs:all (within a group): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:annotation element: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
15.1. Datatypes
xs:any element: 10.11. Allowing Any Elements or Attributes from a Particular Namespace
11.1. Associating Schemas with Instance Documents
15.1. Datatypes
xs:anyAttribute element: 10.11. Allowing Any Elements or Attributes from a Particular Namespace
15.1. Datatypes
xs:anyType type: 12.1.2.1. Using substitution groups
xs:anyURI type: 4.3.3.3. URIs
16.1. Datatypes
constraining strings with regular expressions: 6.5.1.3. URIs
xs:appinfo element: 13.2.2. Wildcards
15.1. Datatypes
schema adornments and: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
source attribute and: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
xs:annotation element and: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
xs:attribute (global definition): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:attribute (reference or local definition): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:attributeGroup (global definition): 7.4.1.2. Element and attribute groups
15.1. Datatypes
xs:attributeGroup (reference): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:base64Binary type: 4.3.3.5. Binary string-encoded datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
xs:boolean type: 4.4.3.
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.7. Booleans
xs:byte type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:choice (outside a group): 15.1. Datatypes
avoiding use of, when redefining groups: 8.2.2.1. Extension
complex content, deriving by extension: 7.4.2.1. Derivation by extension
compositors and particles: 7.4.1.1. Compositors and particles
creating, using substitution groups: 12.1. Substitution Groups
derivation by restriction: 12.1.4.2. Restricting substitution groups
extending, through group redefinitions: 12.1.4.1. Extension of xs:choice through group redefinitions
using instead of xs:all (outside a group): 7.4.1.5.3. Using xs:choice instead of xs:all
xs:choice (within a group): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:complexContent element: 15.1. Datatypes
xs:complexType (global definition): 3.2.1. Depth Versus Modularity?
15.1. Datatypes
creating
complex content models: 7.4.1. Creation of Complex Content
mixed content models: 7.5.1. Creating Mixed Content Models
vs. xs:simpleType (global definition): 5. Creating Simple Datatypes
xs:complexType (local definition): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:date type: 4.5.2. Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.4. Date and time datatypes
xs:dateTime type: 4.5.2. Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.4. Date and time datatypes
xs:decimal type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.6. Decimals
xs:documentation element: 15.1. Datatypes
source attribute and: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
xs:annotation element and: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
xs:double type: 4.4.2. Float Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.3. Float datatypes
xs:duration type: 4.5.2. Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
defining datatypes with complete sort order: 6.5.3.1. Time zones
facets for: 5.1.1.4. Date and time datatypes
xs:element (global definition): 2.2. Our First Schema
15.1. Datatypes
compositors and particles: 7.4.1.1. Compositors and particles
creating complex contents: 7.4.1. Creation of Complex Content
xs:element (reference or local definition): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:element (within xs:all): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:ENTITIES type: 4.6. List Types
5.2.1. List Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.8. List datatypes
xs:ENTITY type: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss
16.1. Datatypes
xs:enumeration facet: 15.1. Datatypes
date and time datatypes: 5.1.1.4.1.
float datatypes: 5.1.1.3.1.
list datatypes and: 5.2.1. List Datatypes
patterns and: 6.2. The Simplest Possible Patterns
union datatype and: 5.3. Derivation By Union
whitespace-collapsed strings: 5.1.1.1.1.
xs:extension (complex content): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:extension (simple content): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:field element: 15.1. Datatypes
permitted XPath expressions: 9.2.5. Permitted XPath Expressions
xs:float type: 4.4.2. Float Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.3. Float datatypes
xs:fractionDigits facet: 5.1.1.6.1.
15.1. Datatypes
fixing maximum number of digits: 6.5.2.2. Fixed format
xs:gDay type: 4.5.2. Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.4. Date and time datatypes
xs:gMonth type: 4.5.2. Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.4. Date and time datatypes
xs:gMonthDay type: 4.5.2. Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.4. Date and time datatypes
xs:group (definition): 3.2.1. Depth Versus Modularity?
15.1. Datatypes
xs:group (reference): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:gYear type: 4.5.2. Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.4. Date and time datatypes
xs:gYearMonth type: 4.5.2. Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.4. Date and time datatypes
xs:hexBinary type: 4.3.3.5. Binary string-encoded datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
xs:ID type: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss
9.1. and
16.1. Datatypes
vs. xs:key/xs:keyref elements: 9.3. ID/IDREF Versus /
XPath-based identity checks for: 9.2. XPath-Based Identity Checks
xs:IDREF type: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss
9.1. and
16.1. Datatypes
vs. xs:key/xs:keyref elements: 9.3. ID/IDREF Versus /
XPath-based identity checks for: 9.2. XPath-Based Identity Checks
xs:IDREFS type: 4.6. List Types
5.2.1. List Datatypes
9.1. and
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.8. List datatypes
xs:import element: 10.6. Referencing Other Namespaces
15.1. Datatypes
namespace behavior of imported components: 10.8. Namespace Behavior of Imported Components
splitting schema components: 13.1.3. Splitting Schema Components
xs:include element: 15.1. Datatypes
alternatives to: 8.3. Other Alternatives
schema inclusions and: 8.1. Schema Inclusion
splitting schema components: 13.1.3. Splitting Schema Components
target namespaces and: 10.10. Chameleon Design
xsi:nil attribute: 11.3. Defining Nil (Null) Values
xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation attribute: 11.1. Associating Schemas with Instance Documents
xs:int type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:integer type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xsi:schemaLocation attribute: 11.1. Associating Schemas with Instance Documents
xsi:type attribute: 11.2. Defining Element Types
block attribute and: 12.2.2.1. Block attribute
creating open schemas: 13.2.1. xsi:type
xs:key/xs:keyref elements: 9.2.3. Keys
15.1. Datatypes
as co-occurrence constraints: 9.4. Using and As Co-occurrence Constraints
defining prefixes for namespaces: 10.5. Namespaces and XPath Expressions
vs. xs:ID/xs:IDREF types: 9.3. ID/IDREF Versus /
xs:language type: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss
16.1. Datatypes
xs:length facet: 5.1.1.1.2.
15.1. Datatypes
adding constraints on datatypes: 5.5. Back to Our Library
list datatypes and: 5.2.1. List Datatypes
redefining not allowed: 5.1.2.2. Facet that cannot be changed
xs:list element: 5.2.1. List Datatypes
15.1. Datatypes
xs:long type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
XSLT specification
embedding code snippets in schema annotations: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
querying support and: 1.1.3. Querying Support
W3C XML Schema's impact on: B.1.1. XPath, XSLT, and XQuery
xs:maxExclusive facet: 15.1. Datatypes
date and time datatypes: 5.1.1.4.2.
float datatypes: 5.1.1.3.2.
xs:maxInclusive facet: 15.1. Datatypes
date and time datatypes: 5.1.1.4.3.
float datatypes: 5.1.1.3.3.
xs:maxLength facet: 5.1.1.1.3.
15.1. Datatypes
changing behavior of facets: 5.4.2. Using or Abusing Lists to Change the Behavior of Length Constraining Facets
list datatypes and: 5.2.1. List Datatypes
xs:minExclusive facet: 15.1. Datatypes
date and time datatypes: 5.1.1.4.4.
float datatypes: 5.1.1.3.4.
xs:minInclusive facet: 15.1. Datatypes
date and time datatypes: 5.1.1.4.5.
float datatypes: 5.1.1.3.5.
xs:minLength facet: 5.1.1.1.4.
15.1. Datatypes
changing behavior of facets: 5.4.2. Using or Abusing Lists to Change the Behavior of Length Constraining Facets
list datatypes and: 5.2.1. List Datatypes
xs:Name type: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss
16.1. Datatypes
xs:NCName type: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss
9.1. and
16.1. Datatypes
xs:negativeInteger type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:NMTOKEN type: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss
16.1. Datatypes
xs:NMTOKENS type: 4.6. List Types
5.2.1. List Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.8. List datatypes
xs:nonNegativeInteger type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:nonPositiveInteger type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:normalizedString type: 4.2. Whitespace Processing
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.2. Other strings
xs:notation element: 15.1. Datatypes
xs:NOTATION type: 4.3.3.4. Notations
16.1. Datatypes
xs:enumeration facet and: 5.1.1.1.1.
xs:pattern facet: 6.2. The Simplest Possible Patterns
15.1. Datatypes
booleans and: 5.1.1.7.1.
character classes and: 6.4.3. Character Classes
date and time datatypes: 5.1.1.4.6.
float datatypes: 5.1.1.3.6.
performing intersection of lexical spaces: 5.1.2.3. Facet that performs the intersection of the lexical spaces
quantifiers and: 6.3. Quantifying
union datatype and: 5.3. Derivation By Union
whitespace-collapsed strings: 5.1.1.1.5.
wildcard character and: 6.4.2. Wildcard
xs:positiveInteger type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:QName type: 4.3.3.2. Qualified names
16.1. Datatypes
xs:redefine element: 15.1. Datatypes
alternatives to: 8.3. Other Alternatives
attribute/element groups
by extension: 8.2.2.1. Extension
by restriction: 8.2.2.2. Restriction
extending xs:choice (outside a group): 12.1.4.1. Extension of xs:choice through group redefinitions
simple/complex types: 8.2.1. Redefining of Simple and Complex Types
splitting schema components: 13.1.3. Splitting Schema Components
target namespaces and: 10.10. Chameleon Design
xs:restriction (complex content): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:restriction (simple content): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:restriction (simple type): 5.1. Derivation By Restriction
15.1. Datatypes
xs:schema element: 15.1. Datatypes
blockDefault attribute of: 12.2.2.1. Block attribute
blocking complex types: 12.2.3.1. Blocking complex types
global components: 2.3.3. Flat Design, Global Components
namespace declarations and: 10.2. Namespace Declarations
xs:selector element: 15.1. Datatypes
defining, using ID/IDREF types: 9.3. ID/IDREF Versus /
permitted XPath expressions: 9.2.5. Permitted XPath Expressions
xs:sequence (outside a group): 15.1. Datatypes
compositors and particles: 7.4.1.1. Compositors and particles
creating complex content: 7.4.1. Creation of Complex Content
xs:sequence (within a group): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:short type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:simpleContent element: 15.1. Datatypes
xs:simpleType (global definition): 5. Creating Simple Datatypes
12.2.4. Simple Types
15.1. Datatypes
defining list datatypes: 5.2.1. List Datatypes
xs:simpleType (local definition): 15.1. Datatypes
xs:string type: 4.2. Whitespace Processing
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.2. Other strings
xs:time type: 4.5.2. Datatypes
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.4. Date and time datatypes
xs:token type: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss
16.1. Datatypes
xs:totalDigits facet: 5.1.1.5.1.
15.1. Datatypes
adding constraints on datatypes: 6.6. Back to Our Library
fixing maximum number of digits: 6.5.2.2. Fixed format
xs:union element: 5.3. Derivation By Union
15.1. Datatypes
xs:unique element: 15.1. Datatypes
as co-occurrence constraint: 9.4. Using and As Co-occurrence Constraints
defining prefixes for namespaces: 10.5. Namespaces and XPath Expressions
key references and: 9.2.4. Key References
xs:unsignedByte type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:unsignedInt type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:unsignedLong type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:unsignedShort type: 4.4.1. Decimal Types
16.1. Datatypes
facets for: 5.1.1.5. Integer and derived datatypes
xs:whiteSpace facet: 5.1.1.2.1.
15.1. Datatypes
list datatypes and: 5.2.1. List Datatypes
multiple facet definitions and: 5.1.2.4. Facet that does its job before the lexical space


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