Liquid XML Data Binder 2021
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    Summary
    This sample shows a number of elements within a Hierarchy. It includes local (anonymous) & global complextype's. It also shows how collections are manilpulated within sequences & choices.

    Details
    This schema contains 2 globally defined elements AddressType, ItemType and Invoice. All of these objects can be used as the documentElement (root element) in a valid XML document.
    The Invoice object also contains a sequence, the sequence contains a number of child elements;
    InvoiceNo is a primitive
    DeliveryAddress is a element that conforms to the global element AddressType.
    BillingAddress is an optional (the corisponding property on the Invoice object may contain a null because of this) element that conforms to the global element AddressType.
    Item is a collection of elements conforming to the global element ItemType.
    Payment is a locally defined element, it in turn contains a choice of; an element 'VISA' or a collection of 'Vouchers' elements or an element 'Cash' which is untyped within the schema, and represented as a string within the generated code.

    XSD Source Files
     SimpleHierarchy.xsd
     Schema Diagrams

    Sample Name Description C++ C# Java VB.Net VB6
    Navigation The sample demonstrates how to navigate a simple Hierarchy of elements, including optional elements, choices, and collections.
    The sample shows the Invoice as the root element, it contains the optional element BillingAddress. It also conatins 2 Item elements, showing how collections of elements can be manipulated. The Payment element conatins a VISA element, this can be determined by checking the value of invoice->GetPayment()->GetChoiceSelectedElement(), this will deturimine which of the 3 posible elements are selected.
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    Collections in a choice The sample builds on the previous sample, and demonstrates how to deal with a choice that contains a collection of elements. Example   Example   Example   Example   Example  

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