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Chapter 13. Using XML Namespaces > Populating an XML Namespace

Populating an XML Namespace

You saw in Part 4 of the book that XML Schemas specify the elements and attributes of which valid XML documents are composed. As it turns out, XML Schemas can also specify the elements and attributes contained in an XML namespace.

You don’t have to do anything special in the way element and attributes are defined; you can simply follow the instructions in Chapters 10 and 11. You do, however, have to specify the target namespace to which the elements and attributes will belong. This process of specifying the elements and attributes for a target namespace is called populating the namespace.


  

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