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Global Justice XML Data Model 3.0.3 Schemas
Provides detailed reference information pertaining to the The Global Justice XML Data Model (Global JXDM), a data format intended to be a data reference model for the exchange of information within the justice and public safety communities. The Global JXDM is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) Office of Justice Programs (OJP), with development supported by the Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative's (Global) XML Structure Task Force (GXSTF).

Type: Schema  #Views: 456  Category: Resource    

DocBook 4.4
Provides a detailed reference of the DocBook data model, a frequently used XML document model. DocBook is specially focused on manuals for the ECT business. DocBook is also used in a more generic nature for different purposes.

Type: Schema  #Views: 429  Category: Resource    

Darwin Information Typing Architecture
Provides a detailed reference of the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) data model, an XML-based architecture for authoring, producing, and delivering technical information, originally developed by IBM.

Type: Schema  #Views: 411  Category: Resource    

Chemical Markup Language
Provides a detailed reference of the Chemical Markup Language (CML), an XML-compatible markup language with specific extensions for describing molecules and compounds.

Type: Schema  #Views: 387  Category: Resource    

XML Schema Library
A library of widely-used industry-specific XML schema vocabularies available to help you in working with your XML content and data. Provides detailed information about the structure and content of selected schemas and provides a Javadoc-like interface for navigating the various data structures. A parallel reference is the section devoted to OASIS Catalogs, which contains a large number of collected schemas prepared and sorted for use by project.

Type: Schema  #Views: 433  Category: Website    

XSV - The XML Schema Validator Tutorial
XSV (XML Schema Validator) is an open source schema-aware processor which implements standards defined in the XML Schema specification. XSV was developed at the Language Technology Group of the Human Communication Research Centre in the Division of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, with support the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It is widely accepted in the XML Schema development community as being the official reference implementation for the XML Schema language. Stylus Studio is the only XML IDE to provide seamless XML validation support for XSV. This tutorial covers how to parse and validate XML instance documents, as well as how to check your schemas to make sure they comply with the XML Schema Specification.

Type: Schema  #Views: 161  Category: Tutorial    

Schema-Aware Queries and Stylesheets
Learn how to simplify XSLT and XQuery applications using Schema Aware XSLT and XQuery processing technologies

Type: Schema  #Views: 504  Category: Tutorial    

Defining XML Schemas
Defining XML Schemas provides information about how to use Stylus Studio to define an XML Schema. Although some information about XML Schema tags is provided, familiarity with the W3C XML Schema Recommendation is assumed. This XML schema tutorial covers the following topics:

What Is an XML Schema?, Creating an XML Schema, Working with XML Schema, Getting Started with XML Schema in the Tree View, Defining simpleTypes in XML Schemas, Defining complexTypes in XML Schemas, Defining Elements and Attributes in XML Schemas, Defining Groups of Elements and Attributes in XML Schemas, Adding Comments, Annotation, and Documentation Nodes to XML Schemas, Defining Notations, Referencing External XML Schemas, Generating Documentation for XML Schema, Generating JAXB Classes, About XML Schema Properties.

Type: Schema  #Views: 376  Category: Tutorial    

EDIFACT and XML Schema Tutorial
UN/EDIFACT is commonly known as EDIFACT and stands for Electronic Data Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Transport. EDIFACT is the International EDI standard introduced by the United Nations Economic Commission. A new EDIFACT tutorial covers how to convert an EDIFACT data model to XML schema, so that it is compatible with new XML and Web service technologies. It then shows how to convert an EDI data file to XML, then, bringing it all together, demonstrates how to validate the converted EDI data using the generated XML Schema to ensure that the data is valid. The EDI/EDIFACT/x12 data converstion tools used in the tutorial are all part of the Stylus Studio XML IDE.

Type: Schema  #Views: 841  Category: Tool    

Schema Documentation Tool
Stylus Studio's XML Schema Editor includes an integrated XML Schema documentation generator, allowing you to easily publish XML content models defined in XML Schema in a convenient, HTML format. By automatically generating HTML documentation about your XML data model, you can be sure that your XML data model and documentation will always be in-synch.

Type: Schema  #Views: 427  Category: Tool
XML Schema: Structures specifies the XML Schema definition language, which offers facilities for describing the structure and constraining the contents of XML 1.0 documents, including those which exploit the XML Namespace facility. The schema language, which is itself represented in XML 1.0 and uses namespaces, substantially reconstructs and considerably extends the capabilities found in XML 1.0 document type definitions (DTDs).

Type: Schema  #Views: 346  Category: Resource    

XML Schema 1.0 Part 2: Datatypes
XML Schema: Datatypes is part 2 of the specification of the XML Schema language. It defines facilities for defining datatypes to be used in XML Schemas as well as other XML specifications. The datatype language, which is itself represented in XML 1.0, provides a superset of the capabilities found in XML 1.0 document type definitions (DTDs) for specifying datatypes on elements and attributes.

Type: Schema  #Views: 317  Category: Resource    

XML Schema 1.0 Part 0: Primer
XML Schema Part 0: Primer is a casual tutorial intended to provide an easily readable description of the XML Schema facilities, and is oriented towards quickly understanding how to create schemas using the XML Schema language.

Type: Schema  #Views: 325  Category: Resource    

XML Schemas
This turorial provides information about structuring and adding datatyping to XML documents on Microsoft platforms, using XML schema languages such as the W3C XML Schema language.

Type: Schema  #Views: 1241  Category: Tutorial    

Schemas: Tapping the Potential Within
In the following article, I will explain how to work with the benefits of schema I described in last month's article. I will show how to take advantage of the fact that schemas are extensible and open, and I will demonstrate how you can annotate schemas to further describe your data and understand those annotations when processing the data.

Type: Schema  #Views: 651  Category: Article    

Using Schema and Serialization to Leverage Business Logic
In this issue of Extreme XML, we are going to examine the importance of schema usage and the use of serialization technology to leverage XML in your applications and services. The majority of development tasks today revolve around developers taking existing infrastructure (business components, databases, queues, and so on) and morphing them into the next version of their product.

Type: Schema  #Views: 749  Category: Article    

XML schemas and elearning
Organizations have made their XML schemas available and the majority are worth investigating before developing a proprietary one. The listing you see below was created as an informational piece for discussions on standardization:

Type: Schema  #Views: 1367  Category: Resource    

Using Schemas with Word 2003 and Excel 2003
Mary Chipman provides an easy to follow introduction for working with the new XML functionality in the Microsoft Office System by walking through common XML tasks in Microsoft Office Word 2003 and Microsoft Office Excel 2003. She reviews attaching custom schemas, validating markup, using placeholders, working with XML maps in Excel, and more.

Type: Schema  #Views: 691  Category: Article    

e-Government Schema Guidelines for XML
This document contains rules and guidelines for developing XML schemas for e-GIF compliant systems. These guidelines include mandatory requirements for XML Schema structure and content, as well as best practice recommendations for schema design.

Type: Schema  #Views: 680  Category: Resource    

SWAD-Europe Deliverable 5.1: Schema Technology Survey
This report surveys the state of schema annotation and mapping technology. It takes a practical approach by targeting the work to the needs of developers, providing background to support our attempts to answer frequently asked questions on this subject.

Type: Schema  #Views: 527  Category: Resource    

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