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Author: Radu Preotiuc

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This sample illustrates the building and use of abstract XmlSchema types in XmlBeans.

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The scenario is simple: someone declares a generic XmlSchema containing the basic - structure of a document with abstract, generic types and delivers a .jar file - containing the compiled version of that Schema. We then define our own customization - of that schema implementing the abstract types, we compile this XmlSchema using the - .jar that was provided and create a sample instance document using XmlBeans. Here are - the steps:

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This sample illustrates the building and use of abstract XmlSchema types in XmlBeans.

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The scenario is simple: someone declares a generic XmlSchema containing the basic + structure of a document with abstract, generic types and delivers a .jar file + containing the compiled version of that Schema. We then define our own customization + of that schema implementing the abstract types, we compile this XmlSchema using the + .jar that was provided and create a sample instance document using XmlBeans. Here are + the steps:

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  1. Create the schema file "abstractBase.xsd" and compile it to abstractbase.jar.
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+ Vxsdb is a XmlBeans sample application which derives a Jakarta Commons SQL data + model from an xml schema. It was conceived from things I have learned from using + XmlBeans and talking to people at the ASF conference. Vxsdb uses Jakarta + Velocity as its templating engine. +
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You should verify the integrity of the files that you download. Here are some instructions for verifying the integrity of a downloaded file.

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Using XPath/XQuery requires an additional download of Saxon8.1.1. The jar is part of the distribution available here. We cannot distribute this jar due to licensing issues.

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XMLBeans Source

There are a few ways to get the XMLBeans source code. You can download the source for a particular release, browse the source using ViewSVN/CVS, or check the source out from SVN.

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Building XMLBeans

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This will create a build directory containing the executables. The xbean.jar is in the xml-beans\v1\ar directory. Try ant -projecthelp to see other build options.

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