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existing complex XSD types: use xs:complexContent in combination with xs:extension

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/04/19

I tend to forget how to extend existing complex XSD types. It is by using xs:complexContent in combination with xs:extension: Element (complexContent).

A cool thing: xsd.exe supports this when generating .NET code (for instance C#).

More at XSD Tutorial – Part 3/5 – Extending Existing ComplexTypes and SimpleTypes.

–jeroen

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