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simpleContent & complexContent

 
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Can anyone tell me the difference between -
simpleType & complexType
simpleContent & complexContent
complexType & complexContent
simpleType & simpleContent
I mean where to use each one of them ?
 
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Perhaps this would help:
http://lists.xml.org/archives/xml-dev/200208/msg00689.html
 
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Hi Avinash,
You could read the XML Schema Part 0: Primer
It explains with examples all the concepts you
mentioned.
Vinayak
 
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