can xsd definition of type reference the xml file itself?
I am trying to describe a set of java classes using XML. I need to have an xsd document as robost as possible, so it saves me headaches later on. Suppose I have a class node inside which I have a set or properties. Each property have a type attribute, the value of this attribute could be a class name in the xml document, or a set of primitive names like "integer" "float" etc. Can this scenario be defined in a xsd document? thanks a bunch.
There are a lot of Java->XML mapping solutions. Without knowing more about your specific needs, I would point you at JAXB, which is part of the JDK.
It can be achieved with ref/refid and key in the xsd.
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