The next two deadlines for outline proposals are: 4pm on 29 March 2017 4pm on 26 July 2017 Further details, including the deadlines for the next four calls, can be found on the submission deadlines page for the scheme. The following describes some of the guidelines by which this is done. Top level nodes (including text nodes) should always be wrapped in
They help databases using different metadata schemes to share information. There are most likely other use cases people will find that we did not even think about. Projects supported by the scheme have up to four clearly defined milestones, outcomes and future plans. User-derived types at the top level of a schema are global. XMLBeans generates an interface for each of these, as it does with global elements and attributes. How do I mark it up in the meantime? Do I have to mark up every property?
Please note that this page contain the name of God. If you print it out, please treat it with appropriate respect. If you do not have experience reading transliteration please see the Guide to Transliteration. Once you do this, you can: Call methods to convert your models to resources and resources to models. The names of these types will be appended with «Document» (for elements) or «Attribute» (for attributes). You can retrieve the element or attribute itself (or create a new one) by calling the accessor methods that the special types provide. See the about page for more details on how to get involved. Q: Is available in multiple languages? The keys and types of the values in the mapping need to be described in the schema.