XML Schema is an XML-based alternative to DTD.An XML schema describes the structure of an XML document.The XML Schema language is also referred to as XML Schema Definition (XSD).An XML schema is a description of a type of XML document… Full Answer
there is no source code, xml is not a programming language, its a markup language for which you create your own tags, the basic xml syntax is <xml> to start an xml file, and </xml> to end the xml file.
it is the same way to create xml file by converting into txt you have to use the correct xml syntax ie <xml> this is to denote strat of xml file and this </xml> denotes end of xml file. You… Full Answer
Well-formed XML means that the XML is correct (it has only one root node, and all elements match an end element tag) Valid XML means that the XML can be validated to an XML Schema or DTD, and that all… Full Answer
You can see or view an xml file with a plain text editor like notepad or you can use a dedicated xml editor. With an xml editor you can also validate your xml file which means you can correct any… Full Answer
There int xml datat as such, xml stands for extensible markup language, anybody can write xml, it is simple text formay and can be read and opened with something as basic as notepad. xml data simply means the contents of… Full Answer
An xml schema is bassically a blueprint for your xml file, the schema details the content and structure of your xml file including dictataing the nodes and elements including child elements that are to be included in your xml file.
An xml is normally validated against an xml schema, the schema is the rulebook that defines what can and connot be included in your xml file. You can also use xml validation software which will check and validate your xml… Full Answer
xml is free because it is an open technology that does not require software to create it. XML is extensible because you write your own xml code and the open source nature of xml means it can work with just… Full Answer