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Steve Wartik

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Using ValueRestriction in NIEM 3.0
« on: December 15, 2016, 04:01:48 am »
I'm using Enterprise Architect's NIEM capabilities to generate an IEPD. What is the correct way to create a «ValueRestriction»? The UML Profile for NIEM (V3.2 Beta) shows LongitudeDegree as a specialization of decimal (Fig. 7-20). When I create something analogous, the corresponding XML schema has errors:
  • The name attribute of the xs:simpleType includes the schema's prefix. It looks something like <xs:simpleType name="prefix:LongitudeDegreeSimpleType">.
  • The restriction uses prefix niem-xs rather than xs. That is, it looks like <xs:restriction base="niem-xs:decimal">. This doesn't work, because niem-xs:decimal is a complex type, and a simple type can't have a complex type as its base.
Can someone tell me the correct paradigm? Thanks in advance.

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Re: Using ValueRestriction in NIEM 3.0
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2016, 08:43:55 am »
I think you'll need to contact Sparx Support directly.

It's been a while since I looked in detail at the NIEM schema generation.
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