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keyref(?) in xsd

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Hi all,

Haven't figured out a way to validate the xml below:

<e1 e2="type1list_1" />
<e1 e2="type2list_1" />
<e1 e2="type2list_m" />
<e1 e2="type1list_n" />
<e2 name="type2list_1" />
<e2 name="type2list_m" />

the existence of type1list in the same doc will be validated in the
application (via C# code), no need(but a pattern validation is needed)
validate by the xsd.
type2list(s) of e1 need to be validated has a unique present in element
e2 as the value of its name attr.

So, the type for the attribute e2 will be a union of two different type
(xs:string type with pattern restriction and a user defined type, for
example). seems hard to validate attribute e2 with xsd, does it?

Thank in advance!

Mar 23 '06 #1
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