How This Namespace Documentation Is Organized
This XML Schema documentation document has pages corresponding to the items
in the navigation bar, described as follows.
- Each namespace has a page that contains a list of its elements,
attributes, types, groups and attribute groups, with a summary for
each. This page can contain six categories:
- Complex Types
- Simple Types
- Attribute Groups
- Each Element has its own separate page. Each of these pages has
three sections consisting of a model documentation
nested element summary, attribute summary and a detailed attribute descriptions:
- Model description
- Type properties
- Nested Element Summary
- Attribute Summary
- Attribute Details
Each summary entry contains the first sentence from the detailed
description for that item. all summary and detail entries are in
alphabetical order. Local element declarations are listed within their
hierarchy of definition, seperated similar to XPath with a slash.
- The Index contains an alphabetic list
of all elements, attributes, types, groups and attribute groups of
all namespaces. Simmilar to XPath, attributes are prefixed with '@'.
Types are italic, groups are surrounded by round braces, attribute
groups are surrounded by round braces and prefixed with '@'.
- These links show and hide the HTML frames.
All pages are available with or without frames.
The model documentation is a short description of the content model
similar to an XML instance document.
- Required attributes are bold
- Particles are grouped with round braces. Optional particels
are followed by a question mark. Multiple occurances of particles
are marked with a plus sign (one or more), an asterix (zero or
more) or two numbers in curly braces (lower and upper bound of
number of occurrences).
This help file applies to XML Schema documentation generated using
FUSE ESB 4.2 XML Configuration Reference