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How to get element names from schema

 
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Hi,
I hope I'm posting in the right section, and I hope someone can point me in the right direction with this.

I have the following XML schema:

and I have loaded this into an XMLSchema object from the Oracle XDK.
I can use this to validate DOMParser objects also from the Oracle XDK, and all is working well.

What I would like to do now though is be able to iterate through / enumerate the element names in the schema. So, from the above schema, I would like to produce a list of COUNTRY, ISSUEDATETIME, LOCATION, IVRCODE, and ENUMEQUIP
Can I work out how to do this ? Can I 'eck !

Any help with this would be very much appreciated !

TIA
Nathan
[ April 18, 2006: Message edited by: Nathan Russell ]
 
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