The <schema> element contains the definition for the whole schema. It is the root element in the document, and as such there can be only one instance of it.
The schema can contain global definitions for <element>, <complexType>, <attribute>, <group> and <attributeGroup> as well as other constructs such as <include>, <redefine>, <import> and <notation>.
A schema entity is automatically created when you create a new schema.
Attribute Form Default - .
Block Default - .
Element Form Default - .
Final Default - .
Id - A user defined ID to uniquely identify the entity within the schema
Target Namespace - .
Version - .
The following XSD code
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-16"?>
<!-- Created with Liquid XML Studio (https://www.liquid-technologies.com) -->
Will be represented like this
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.|