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Hi,

I have an element StaticLayerData Stream referenced in the schema file.
This element can be empty or non-empty in the instance file depending
on circumstances.

<xs:element name="StaticLay erDataStream" type="xs:hexBin ary">

Now in the XML instance file, the parser throws an error when it comes
across an empty StaticLayerData Stream element like so:

<StaticLayerDat aStream> </StaticLayerData Stream>

I have even tried this

<StaticLayerDat aStream/>

but it does not work. Any ideas on how to let the schema identify the
element as being empty sometimes AND non-empty sometimes?

Thanks
John
Jul 20 '05 #1
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John wrote:
I have an element StaticLayerData Stream referenced in the schema file.
This element can be empty or non-empty in the instance file depending
on circumstances.

<xs:element name="StaticLay erDataStream" type="xs:hexBin ary">

I have even tried this

<StaticLayerDat aStream/>

but it does not work. Any ideas on how to let the schema identify the
element as being empty sometimes AND non-empty sometimes?


What is the error message you get from the parser?
<StaticLayerDat aStream/> looks prefectly valid.

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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