Mandating xsi type attribute in a xml schema Sex chat alone without cam
I guess the deserializer is kind of asking for help there... Having a default with a nillable makes little sense.
I'll probably just have to code around the schema definition since I have no control over it in my project.
The first xmlns attribute refers to the standard Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) XML Schema Recommendation that is used by most XML schemas.
The other xmlns attributes include references to the basic XML-Data Reduced (XDR) schema elements such as element, attribute, complex Type, group, simple Type, and so forth. If you identify the W3C namespace as the default namespace, you do not need to include the prefix in every XML schema declaration and can use unqualified names such as The version attribute is informational and represents the version number of the schema.
The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) can use a schema in this way.
And if a WSDL description of the web service is the start point, then the message format is known before a line of code is written.
The text enclosed between the element tags, and the value of the attributes are often referred to as scalar data, but it can also be a list of scalar data.
These datatypes are intended for use in XML Schema definition and other XML-related documents.
These datatypes can be used to validate only the scalar content of elements, and not the non-scalar or mixed content.
XML Schema elements are grouped by their function: top level elements, particles, multiple XML documents and namespaces, identity constraints, attributes, named attributes, complex type definitions, and simple type definitions.
Specifies that an attribute or element value (or set of values) must be a key within the specified scope.
You can use the version to ensure that the XML application is using a specific version of the schema to validate XML documents.
You can use multiple schema versions: one for development, another for testing, another for production, and others for individual international markets or regional markets.
However, there is no ban on a default value, as far as I can see, so it seems your schema processor is over-eager to find fault.