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XML schema preparation for SCDJWS

 
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hi all,
I'm preparing for SCDJWS .I have started with XML technologies.Currently i'm practising writing XML schemas.Can you tell me if it's neccesary to know all the different elements ,attributes ,(their default values) etc.in a xml schema file for the SCDJWS exam.

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Hi,
I dont think that you will have to memorize all those elements. But conceptually you need to understand important elements that are used to in xml schma.
for e.g following are important.
1) How to define elements and types
2) How to define complex and simple types
3) How to inherit and restrict complex types
4) Various facets available for simple types
5) Importing and including other schemas
etc..
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