Im struggling to read the values of the annotations in an XSD, I can access the annotation as an object but Im obviously missing something as it cant be as complex to read it and display the xs:documentation element.
Im creating an input form from the xsd and want to use the xs:documentation element value as a tooltip.
Ive been searching for a couple of days now and am ready to pull out my hair, so please help by pointing out the obvious method of doing this.
Nope, annotations are not a normal everyday element to XSD files. I had to do some homework.
Here is an 2005 (2.0) example of what you should need:
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