There are further restrictions that can be placed on the attributes that can appear in the XML document (See properties).
In essence this is a wild card, allowing any element to contain any undefined attributes.
|Id||A user defined ID to uniquely identify the entity within the schema|
|Namespace||Allows you to specify that the undefined attributes must belong to the a given namespace. This may be a list of namespace's (space separated). There are also 3 built in values ##any, ##other, ##targetnamespace, ##local. Consult the XSD standard for more information on this.|
The following XSD code
</xs:element>Will be represented like this
Sample XML would look like this
<AdditionalInfo Height="174" Weight="76" />
Properties that apply to a type are shown inline at the bottom of the items container.
Values that are inherited from the base types are shown in brackets, values specifically set against the item are shown without brackets.
If a facet is not valid for a given type (typically because of its data type), then its value is shown in red.
|Inline properties can be disabled in the Options.|