Support for types: auto complete on "xsi:type"

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Posted 10 years ago by gilad ben-shimon
Version: 4.0.0282
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Hi,

I'm using W3C XSD schema, and i have typed elements, for example:
<Action xsi:type="AddAttribute" Scope="MS">
<Attribute Required="true" Tag="MyTag" xsi:type="AssignmentAttribute" Key="X" Value="Y"/>
</Action>

The thing is that your editor doesn't auto-complete the xsi:type...

In visual studio, if the base type is abstract or has inheritors (in my example, the Action attribute is an abstract complex type and other complex type inherits it and extend it) then it open a suggestion box and show all the possible types.

Can this be supported in your editor?
I'm evaluating your product, if this is supported - then this product fits our needs.

Thanx,
Gili

[Modified at 07/20/2009 02:06 PM]

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Posted 10 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
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Hi Gili,

You are referring to the XML language in the Web Languages Add-on, right? I wanted to make sure since there is a separate forum for that add-on.

If so, there is nothing in there right now that supports this feature however we can consider adding something. If you could, please email over a simple XML file and related XSD in a VS project we can load and include steps on how to show what functionality you desire. Please reference this post in your email. Thanks!


Actipro Software Support

The latest build of this product (v2018.1 build 0341) was released 3 months ago, which was after the last post in this thread.

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