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package xsd

import "aqwari.net/xml/xsd"

Package xsd parses type declarations in XML Schema documents.

The xsd package implements a parser for a subset of the XML Schema standard. This package is intended for use in code-generation programs for client libraries, and as such, does not validate XML Schema documents, nor does it provide sufficient information to validate the documents described by a schema. Notably, the xsd package does not preserve information about element or attribute groups. Instead, all groups are de-referenced before parsing is done, and all nested sequences of elements are flattened.

The xsd package respects XML name spaces in schema documents, and can parse schema documents that import or include other schema documents.

Index

Package Files

builtin.go builtin_string.go index.go parse.go search.go standard-schema.go walk.go xsd.go

Variables

var StandardSchema = [][]byte{
    soapenc11xsd,
    xmlnsxsd,
    wsdl2003xsd,
    xlinkxsd,
}

The xsd package bundles a number of well-known schemas. These schemas are always added to the list of available schema when parsing an XML schema using the Parse function.

func Imports Uses

func Imports(data []byte) ([]Ref, error)

Imports reads an XML document containing one or more <schema> elements and returns a list of canonical XML name spaces that the schema imports or includes, along with a URL for the schema, if provided.

func Normalize Uses

func Normalize(docs ...[]byte) ([]*xmltree.Element, error)

Normalize reads XML schema documents and returns xml trees for each schema with the following properties:

* various XSD shorthand, such as omitting <complexContent>,

are expanded into their canonical forms.

* all links are dereferenced by merging the linked element. * all types have names. For anonymous types, unique (per

namespace) names of the form "_anon1", "_anon2", etc are
generated, and the attribute "_isAnonymous" is set to
"true".

Because one document may contain more than one schema, the number of trees returned by Normalize may not equal the number of arguments.

func Parse Uses

func Parse(docs ...[]byte) ([]Schema, error)

Parse reads XML documents containing one or more <schema> elements. The returned slice has one Schema for every <schema> element in the documents. Parse will not fetch schema used in <import> or <include> statements; use the Imports function to find any additional schema documents required for a schema.

func XMLName Uses

func XMLName(t Type) xml.Name

XMLName returns the canonical xml name of a Type.

type Attribute Uses

type Attribute struct {
    // The canonical name of this attribute. It is uncommon for attributes
    // to have a name space.
    Name xml.Name
    // Annotation provided for this attribute by the schema author.
    Doc string
    // The type of the attribute value. Must be a simple or built-in Type.
    Type Type
    // True if this attribute has a <list> simpleType
    Plural bool
    // Default overrides the zero value of this element.
    Default string
    // True if the attribute is not required
    Optional bool
    // Any additional attributes provided in the <xs:attribute> element.
    Attr []xml.Attr
    // Used for resolving qnames in additional attributes.
    xmltree.Scope
}

An Attribute describes the key=value pairs that may appear within the opening tag of an element. Only complex types may contain attributes. the Type of an Attribute can only be a Builtin or SimpleType.

http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-1-20041028/structures.html#element-attribute

type Builtin Uses

type Builtin int

A built-in represents one of the built-in xml schema types, as defined in the W3C specification, "XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes".

http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2/#built-in-datatypes

const (
    AnyType Builtin = iota
    ENTITIES
    ENTITY
    ID
    IDREF
    IDREFS
    NCName
    NMTOKEN
    NMTOKENS
    NOTATION
    Name
    QName
    AnyURI
    Base64Binary
    Boolean
    Byte
    Date
    DateTime // ISO 8601 format (similar to RFC3339)
    Decimal
    Double
    Duration
    Float
    GDay       // ---DD
    GMonth     // --MM
    GMonthDay  // --MM-DD
    GYear      // YYYY
    GYearMonth // YYYY-MM
    HexBinary
    Int
    Integer
    Language
    Long
    NegativeInteger
    NonNegativeInteger
    NonPositiveInteger
    NormalizedString
    PositiveInteger
    Short
    String
    Time
    Token
    UnsignedByte
    UnsignedInt
    UnsignedLong
    UnsignedShort
    XMLLang  // xml:lang
    XMLSpace // xml:space
    XMLBase  // xml:base
    XMLId    // xml:id
    AnySimpleType
)

func ParseBuiltin Uses

func ParseBuiltin(qname xml.Name) (Builtin, error)

ParseBuiltin looks up a Builtin by name. If qname does not name a built-in type, ParseBuiltin returns a non-nil error.

func (Builtin) Name Uses

func (b Builtin) Name() xml.Name

Name returns the canonical name of the built-in type. All built-in types are in the standard XML schema namespace, http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema, or the XML namespace, http://www.w3.org/2009/01/xml.xsd

func (Builtin) String Uses

func (i Builtin) String() string

type ComplexType Uses

type ComplexType struct {
    // Annotations provided by the schema author.
    Doc string
    // The canonical name of this type.
    Name xml.Name
    // The type this type is derived from.
    Base Type
    // True if this is an anonymous type
    Anonymous bool
    // XML elements that this type may contain in its content.
    Elements []Element
    // Possible attributes for the element's opening tag.
    Attributes []Attribute
    // An abstract type does not appear in the xml document, but
    // is "implemented" by other types in its substitution group.
    Abstract bool
    // If true, this type is an extension to Base.  Otherwise,
    // this type is derived by restricting the set of elements and
    // attributes allowed in Base.
    Extends bool
    // If true, this type is allowed to contain character data that is
    // not part of any sub-element.
    Mixed bool
}

A ComplexType describes an XML element that may contain attributes and elements in its content. Complex types are derived by extending or restricting another type. The xsd package records the elements and attributes that may occur in an xml element conforming to the type. A ComplexType is part of a linked list, through its Base field, that is guaranteed to end in the Builtin value AnyType.

http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-1-20041028/structures.html#element-complexType

type Element Uses

type Element struct {
    // Annotations for this element
    Doc string
    // The canonical name of this element
    Name xml.Name
    // True if this element can have any name. See
    // http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-1-20041028/structures.html#element-any
    Wildcard bool
    // Type of this element.
    Type Type
    // An abstract type does not appear in the xml document, but
    // is "implemented" by other types in its substitution group.
    Abstract bool
    // True if maxOccurs > 1 or maxOccurs == "unbounded"
    Plural bool
    // True if the element is optional.
    Optional bool
    // If true, this element will be declared as a pointer.
    Nillable bool
    // Default overrides the zero value of this element.
    Default string
    // Any additional attributes provided in the <xs:element> element.
    Attr []xml.Attr
    // Used for resolving prefixed strings in extra attribute values.
    xmltree.Scope
}

An Element describes an XML element that may appear as part of a complex type. Elements may have restrictions about the number of times they may appear and they values they may contain. The xsd package converts this low-level information into boolean flags where appropriate.

http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-1-20041028/structures.html#element-element

type Ref Uses

type Ref struct {
    Namespace, Location string
}

A Ref contains the canonical namespace of a schema document, and possibly a URI to retrieve the document from. It is not required for XML Schema documents to provide the location of schema that they import; it is expected that all well-known schema namespaces are available to the consumer of a schema beforehand.

type Restriction Uses

type Restriction struct {
    // The max digits to the right of the decimal point for
    // floating-point values.
    Precision int
    // If len(Enum) > 0, the type must be one of the values contained
    // in Enum.
    Enum []string
    // The minimum and maximum (exclusive) value of this type, if
    // numeric
    Min, Max float64
    // Maximum and minimum length (in characters) of this type
    MinLength, MaxLength int
    // Regular expression that values of this type must match
    Pattern *regexp.Regexp
    // Any annotations for the restriction, if present.
    Doc string
}

A SimpleType can be derived from a built-in or SimpleType by restricting the set of values it may contain. The xsd package only records restrictions that are useful for generating client libraries, and not for validating documents.

http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-2-20041028/datatypes.html#element-restriction

type Schema Uses

type Schema struct {
    // The Target namespace of the schema. All types defined in this
    // schema will be in this name space.
    TargetNS string `xml:"targetNamespace,attr"`
    // Types defined in this schema declaration
    Types map[xml.Name]Type
    // Any annotations declared at the top-level of the schema, separated
    // by new lines.
    Doc string
}

A Schema is the decoded form of an XSD <schema> element. It contains a collection of all types declared in the schema. Top-level elements are not recorded in a Schema.

func (*Schema) FindType Uses

func (s *Schema) FindType(name xml.Name) Type

FindType looks for a type by its canonical name. In addition to the types declared in a Schema, FindType will also search through the types that a Schema's top-level types are derived from. FindType will return nil if a type could not be found with the given name.

type SimpleType Uses

type SimpleType struct {
    // True if this is an anonymous type
    Anonymous bool
    // True if this type is a whitespace-delimited list, with
    // items of type Base.
    List bool
    // A simpleType may be described as a union: one of many
    // possible simpleTypes.
    Union []Type
    // Restrictions on this type's values
    Restriction Restriction
    // The canonical name of this type
    Name xml.Name
    // Any annotations for this type, as provided by the schema
    // author.
    Doc string
    // The type this type is derived from. This is guaranteed to be
    // part of a linked list that always ends in a Builtin type.
    Base Type
}

A SimpleType describes an XML element that does not contain elements or attributes. SimpleTypes are suitable for use as attribute values. A SimpleType can be an "atomic" type (int, string, etc), or a list of atomic types, separated by white space. In addition, a SimpleType may be declared as a union; or one of a set of SimpleTypes. A SimpleType is guaranteed to be part of a linked list, through its Base field, that ends in a Builtin value.

http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-2-20041028/datatypes.html#element-simpleType

http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-2-20041028/datatypes.html#element-union

http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-2-20041028/datatypes.html#element-list

type Type Uses

type Type interface {
    // contains filtered or unexported methods
}

Types in XML Schema Documents are derived from one of the built-in types defined by the standard, by restricting or extending the range of values a type may contain. A Type may be one of *SimpleType, *ComplexType, or Builtin.

func Base Uses

func Base(t Type) Type

Base returns the base type that a Type is derived from. If the value is of type Builtin, Base will return nil.

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