XIncludes in the XML Schema-based XML file -- How to?

Discussion in 'XML' started by Zbyszek Cybulski, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. Hello,

    I was trying to find anything on the topic in the archives but failed.
    This may seem a well-known issue but I am a newbie on XML stuff.

    I have created an XML Schema file (XSD) which defines the structure and
    relations in a data set. And based on this, I have created an XML file
    which is my data set. The data set file became too big to be easily
    edited, so I wanted to split it into smaller chunks and make a master
    data set, which is based on my XML Schema and also allows for XIncludes.

    How do I create smaller chunks? Should they be based on the XML schema?
    Or rather a generic XML files?

    How do I create the master XML file? How to insert XInclude and my XML
    Schema references in the prolog?

    Thanks in advance,

    Zbyszek
     
    Zbyszek Cybulski, Mar 10, 2005
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