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Hello All, I am very much confused bout the namescpaes. I know that(from some examples) namespace in XML is just to make the tags differee for same or diff xml files(am i right). If this is the case then why one have to write xsd as namespace for every element of XSD? I mean what is the need of that when the namespace five from namespace prefix "xsd", is alwayts the standard one(some org.xml url)? Please explain it breifly. Thnaks and regrds Sandeep Jindal
In fact, you don't need to add the prefix "xsd" for all XSD elements if you define the schema namespace as the default namespace (<schema xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">). Of course then you would have to prefix all non-XSD elements with some namespace so that the parser won't try to find a "customer" element from the standard XSD schema and complain when it doesn't find such an element...
Thanks Balaji, Your document really helped me. This document is very detialed though too long. I have read bout half the document and will read the rest soon. Sir, can u please tell me the link whether i can find other general frequenly asked XML interview questions, or java questions. Thanks and regards Sandeep Jindal