the targetNamespace in a schema puts the elements declared in that schema in a namespace.
if the schema has a targetNamespace it means you need to associate the elements in the instance that needs validation
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Shoutout to Emily Plummer (http://www.experts-exchange.com/members/eplummer26.html) for giving me this article! She did most of it, I just finished it up and posted it for her :)
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