- B2B Data Transformation 10.2.1
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keyrefelements are ignored. The event log includes a warning.
Default values for elements of mixed type
The Script ignores the default. The event log includes a warning.
Default data type
If the type of an element is undefined, the Script processes it as
xs:string. The event log includes a warning.
You can change the default to
There are minor discrepancies between the regular expression processor and the schema standard.
Sequence defining multiple elements having the same name
xs:elementdefinitions having the same name, the Script processes only the first
xs:element. The event log includes a warning.
To resolve the problem, wrap each
xs:elementin an independent
Minimum and maximum dates
If a facet defines a minimum or maximum value for an
xs:dateelement, the transformation fails.
Lax or skip validation options
xs:anyAttributeelement, the Script ignores a
skip. It behaves as if the value were
The Script permits a
substitutionGroup, even if a
blockDefaultattribute forbids substitutions.
The Script permits an
xsi:typeattribute even if a
blockattribute of forbids it.
Some built-in types do not have correct patterns, for example, when they include characters above ASCII 127.
Substitution group without a type
The Script sometimes fails when a substitution group does not have a type.
When the namespace is empty, the Script adds an alias to all elements in the source file, but the alias does not appear on the
The Script reads a space-separated
xs:listas a single item, which might fail if its length exceeds the stated limit for individual items in the list.
Floats and doubles
xs:doubledo not accept valid values of
Element with both fixed and mixed attributes
The Script does not read all parts of an element that has both fixed and mixed attributes.
The Script creates output even when
The Script does not parse
xs:tokenthat contains tabs, carriage returns, or line feeds.
The Script does not load an XML when an
xs:normalizedStringcontains tabs, carriage returns, or line feeds.
Updated September 26, 2018