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Figure: The xs:schema Component

Defines the root element of a schema. A schema document contains representations for a collection of schema components, such as type definitions and element declarations, that have a common target namespace. See more info at http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema11-1/#element-schema.

By default, it displays the targetNamespace property when rendered.

Table 1. xs:schema Properties
Property Name Description Possible Values
Target Namespace The schema target namespace. Any URI
Element Form Default Determining whether or not local element declarations will be namespace-qualified by default. qualified, unqualified, [Empty]. Default value is unqualified.
Attribute Form Default Determining whether or not local attribute declarations will be namespace-qualified by default. qualified, unqualified, [Empty]. Default value is unqualified.
Block Default Default value of the block attribute of xs:element and xs:complexType. #all, extension, restriction, substitution, restriction extension, restriction substitution, extension substitution, restriction extension substitution, [Empty].
Final Default Default value of the final attribute of xs:element and xs:complexType. #all, restriction, extension, restriction extension, [Empty].
Default Attributes Specifies a set of attributes that apply to every complex Type in a schema document. Any.
Xpath Default Namespace The default namespace used when the XPath expression is evaluated. ##defaultNamespace, ##targetNamespace, ##local.
Version Schema version Any token.
ID The schema ID Any ID.
Component The edited component name. Not editable property.
SystemID The schema system ID Not editable property.