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Glossary Item Box

Imports and Includes allow types defined in external XSD files to be used/re-used within another XSD.

The Import/Include wizard allows you to set these links up.

Include

Allows access to all the globally defined entities in another schema with the same target namespace (or no specified target namespace) as the containing schema.

Import

Allows access to all the globally defined entities in another schema with a different target namespace as the containing schema.

Import Wizard

Creates an Import or Include entry in the selected (parent) schema depending on the type of schema being included.

Create New Schema

Creates a new XSD schema file, and adds an include or import statement into the selected schema.

Include an existing schema

Includes or imports an existing schema into the selected schema

 

Create New Schema Options

This wizard page is only shown if you selected "Create a new schema" in the previous page.

Schema Filename

The filename used to save the new schema file. The filename should end with .xsd.

A relative or absolute path can be provided for the filename.

If a relative path is supplied then it is relative to the selected (parent) schema.

Don't use a target namespace

The new schema will contain no target namespace declaration.

Use the current schema target namespace

The new schema will copy the target namespace declaration from the selected (parent) schema. If the parent has no target namespace then neither will the new schema.

Use this target namespace

The new schema will use the target namespace specified in the text box.

 Include Existing Schema

This wizard page is only shown if you selected "include an existing schema" in the previous page.

Full Schema Filename

The full path of the XSD to be included/imported. This can be a url.

Use relative path

If this is checked and it is possible to form a relative path from the selected (parent) schema to the specified schema. Then the schema will be referenced using a relative path in the selected (parent) schema.

Target Namespace

(Readonly) shows the target namespace used in the included schema (will be blank if it contains no target namespace).