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Tools to access information on extended complex types

 
 
Suppi
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      08-22-2007
Hi all,

we're doing a lot of xml/java (de)serialization and thus have defined
a bigger type hierarchy in xml-schema.
It starts with basic complex type as base classes. These are extended
via extension/base mechanism to other complex types. Max depth of the
type hierarchy is 3.
We would like to have a ( possibly Unix ) command line tool which
gives us access to all (type) information of the derived types, e.g.
list of all parent types, list of all attributes ( incl. inherited
attributes, incl. min/max occurs ) etc.
XMLSpy gives you these information per type, but gathering
informations for all types requires a full walkthrough and XMLSpy
provides no easy exporting mechanism for these information ( .

Any ideas on that are greatly appreciated!

Thx
Christian

 
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