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When the XML Structure task pane appears, click the Templates And Add-Ins link. The Tem plates And Add-Ins dialog box (shown in Figure 29-5) appears, where you can select the schema you want to use. The first time you attach a schema, however, the list will be blank.
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Figure 29-5. The XML Schema task pane includes tools for attaching, working with, and validating XML files.
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To add a schema for the first time, follow these steps:
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1 Click Add Schema. The Add Schema dialog box (shown in Figure 29-6) appears, where
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you can select the schema you want to use.
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Figure 29-6. Select the schema you want to attach to your XML document in the Add Schema dialog box.
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2 Click the schema, and then click Open. In the Schema Settings dialog box, enter a
name under which the schema will be listed in the XML Schema tab (known as the namespace alias), and then click OK. The schema is added to the list and you can select it and then click OK to complete the process. Note This section assumes that you have a schema to work with. If you have not been supplied an XML schema by your administrator or workgroup leader, you can search online for sample schemas to use or follow along with the XML examples in the book XML Step by Step, Second Edition, as mentioned earlier. The book includes a CD with numerous XML sample data files, schemas, and transforms you can use to learn more about XML. Note You also can attach a schema by choosing Tools, Templates And Add-Ins, and then clicking the XML Schema tab.
An Overview of the Schema Library
The Schema Library, shown below, contains any XML schemas and XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation) files you will use to control the structure and format of your XML documents. To display the Schema Library, choose Tools, Templates And AddIns, and then click the XML Schemas tab. Select Schema Library.
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The top portion of the Schema Library lists the XML schemas you ve attached to the current document. The bottom portion of the dialog box enables you to add XSLT transforms, also called solutions, to the document. To add a solution, click Add Solution, navigate to the folder in which the transform is found, and then choose the XSLT transform from the list that appears. Click OK to add the transform and return to the Schema Library.
Working with XML
Working with Tags
Most of your work with XML will rely on working with tags the small code identifiers you attach to data to name the content. The tags available for use in a particular document depend on the schema attached to it the schema contains the definitions for the tags, much as a style sheet defines the styles that are allowed in a document formatted for the Web.
Displaying Tags
You can easily show and hide XML tags while you work by pressing Ctrl+Shift+X. If you prefer, when the XML Structure task pane is visible, you can click Show XML Tags In The Document to remove the check mark and hide the tags. In addition, to make finding the tag you want easier, you can choose which tags appear in the selection box in the bottom of the task pane by clicking the List Only Child Elements Of Current Element check box.
Adding Tags
Once you ve attached the schema to the document, the next major step is to tag the content you want to use. To add XML tags to data in your current document, follow these steps:
1 Highlight the data you want to tag. 2 Click an XML element in the XML Structure task pane. The opening and closing tags
for the item are added to your document, as shown in Figure 29-7.
Figure 29-7. You can add XML tags easily by highlighting information in your document and clicking the tag you want to apply.
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Adding Tag Attributes
XML attributes are special characteristics of an element that allow you to further categorize your data. For example, suppose that the training classes in the previous figure are offered to both groups and individuals. To help track the data on each type of training class indepen dently, the CLASS tag could be assigned GROUP and INDIVIDUAL attributes. To add an attribute, perform the following steps:
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