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How to define an element which can be left blank?

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Yes. By defining an xs:restriction (with whatever is the original base type) that uses the xs:minLength element with a value of 0. Read more about Schema's restrictions if you didn't understand what I just said.

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You can use <restriction> mark up to do the same.Here is the code...Assuming you know some basics of XML Schema.

<xs:element name="example">	  <xs:simpleType>			  <xs:restriction>					 <xs:maxLength value="0"/>			  </xs:restriction>	  </xs:simpleType></xs:element>

element tag: use to define element name.simpleType tag: use to define element with no child element and no attributes.restriction tag: use to put some constraint on value of element.maxLength tag: they are like Methods which can handle value of the element.nJoy your work...Always!!! :)

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