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Validating XML fragment with single namespace schema spread into multiple schema files using include.

Hi all,

I have a problem on validating a xml fragment using a single namespace
schema which spread across multiple schema files using include in the
master schema file. No matter how I change the xml fragment (to include
default namespace xmlns='urn:xxx: yy' and any other namespace it may
have), I still get the same error.

'urn:xxx:yy:Hea der' element is not declared. An error occurred at , (1,
2).

I have inspected the XmlSchema and its XmlSchemaObject , their SourceUri
are all the same (which is the master schema uri).

Is anybody have the same problem?

The code I was using is from the MSDN xml fragment validation, I have
altered it for testing, the only difference between that one and my one
is mine one have a schema using include to put other schema files into
a single namespace.

The "Header" element is in one of the included schema file, and it is a
child node of the root node, and of course the xml fragment only
contains this "Header" node and its child.

Please help.

Best regards

Wallace

Nov 18 '05 #1
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We would like you to post your schema and your code.

Thanks.

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Hi all,

I have a problem on validating a xml fragment using a single namespace
schema which spread across multiple schema files using include in the
master schema file. No matter how I change the xml fragment (to include
default namespace xmlns='urn:xxx: yy' and any other namespace it may
have), I still get the same error.

'urn:xxx:yy:Hea der' element is not declared. An error occurred at , (1,
2).

I have inspected the XmlSchema and its XmlSchemaObject , their SourceUri
are all the same (which is the master schema uri).

Is anybody have the same problem?

The code I was using is from the MSDN xml fragment validation, I have
altered it for testing, the only difference between that one and my one
is mine one have a schema using include to put other schema files into
a single namespace.

The "Header" element is in one of the included schema file, and it is a
child node of the root node, and of course the xml fragment only
contains this "Header" node and its child.

Please help.

Best regards

Wallace

Nov 23 '05 #2

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