[oXygen-user] Schema documentation from specific root element
Fri May 21 04:48:49 CDT 2010
We already have the clean schema feature request added to our issue
tracking tool. It will be implemented in the long term so it's going to
take a while. I've added your vote for it.
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Ingo Freitag wrote:
> thank you for your quick answer.
> The best solution would be something complete automatic, but it is also possible, that I remove the other root elements before.
> But one problem is, that the schema uses global types (simple and complex) very intensive, which means for me to manually remove all those elements as well.
> This is a huge work.
> I already read in former posts, that you were asked to add a function to 'clean' a schema from unused types and other elements.
> In my case such a function would do the trick very well :) So my vote to implement it as soon as possible.
> Best regards,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adrian Buza [mailto:]
> Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2010 10:47 AM
> To: Ingo Freitag
> Subject: Re: [oXygen-user] Schema documentation from specific root element
> The schema documentation tool is not contextual, it generates the
> documentation for the entire schema so I'm afraid you cannot simply
> generate the documentation starting from a given root element.
> But there may be a few options that could help you break it down into
> smaller parts.
> For example if you generate HTML you can split the output in multiple
> files by component(in the Output tab). Other than that there are the
> generic filters from the Settings tab, but I'm not sure if they're
> useful to you in this case.
> There's also the possibility to trim the schema and remove the unwanted
> root elements before generating the documentation, but I'm guessing you
> were looking for something automatic to do this.
> Adrian Buza
> Oxygen XML Editor support
> Ingo Freitag wrote:
>> I have a very huge schema file with several root elements included.
>> Now I want to create a documentation out of one of those root elements only.
>> Is this somehow possible?
>> Of course all linked and referenced types shall also be included in the documentation.
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