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schema xmlns='http //www.w3.org/2001/xmlschema' was not expected

Posted on 2016-11-21
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Hi Experts,

      I am trying to create a C# class from an XSD using XSD.exe (VS2015) and I am getting the below error:

'schema xmlns='http //www.w3.org/2001/xmlschema' was not expected'

   Here's what I am using:

     xsd /classes /language:cs /out:C:\Classes /parameters:C:\ED_Address.xsd

Attached is the XSD.  Any help would be great!
ED_Address.xsd
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by:axnst2
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Is there anyone out there??
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Daniel Van Der Werken earned 500 total points
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I downloaded your file and named it "testxsd.xsd" and ran this without any errors:

xsd testxsd.xsd /c

I got the following CS file
testxsd.cs
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by:axnst2
ID: 41896637
I just had to change my command line arguments per your answer to:

xsd C:\ED_Address.xsd /classes /language:cs /out:C:\Classes

Thank you!!!!!
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