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Namespace & Attribute

 
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Hi Frnds,

I hav a doubt in NameSpace.Is Namespace support attributes?

I have seen in some documents that attributes won't support namespaces.
But in Schema enabled xml files, looks like this,
<doc erson doc:mobileNo="777">
<doc:name></doc:name>
</doc erson>


So Actually Attributes supports nameSpace or not? Pls clarify me on this,

Thanks,
Senthil.
 
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Hi Senthil,

Attributes do support Namespace declarations but the Default namespace declarations donot apply to attributes.

For details check this IBM XML Certification SuccessTutorial Part - 1

Thanks,
Usha.
 
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Good Summary for XML Namespace.
 
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