Provide a simple mapping between Prolog structures and an XML DOM
structure that satisfies a given XSD type. Input is
- The desired element name
- List of (sub)element name=value. E.g.
xml_dom(authenticate, [authId=jan, password=geheim], DOM).
- Element values can be a list for multiple
- Element names can be name1/name2/... to disambiguate paths.
How it works:
- Find the element, create
element(Element, Atts, Content)
- Find the type declaration
- Fill in Atts and Content
- To be done
- - This library is very incomplete. It currently only supports
a few XML primitive types (string, integer and boolean). There
is no clear view how to deal with abiguities and documents that
demand complicated nesting. It mainly supports simple SOAP messages
that typically require simple attribute-value pairs.
- xsd_create_element(+ElementName, :Values, -DOM) is det
- Create a valid XML DOM, given the name of the outer elements and
a list of Name=Value pairs.
- xsd_type_description(:XMLDescription, -PrologDescription)
- Transform an XSD type description into a readable Prolog one.
- To be done
- - Very incomplete.
- xsd_read(:File, +Options) is det
- Read definitions from File. Asserts the following facts:
- xsd_element(Name, Type, Options)
- xsd_type(Type, Description)
- Description is simply the XSD DOM
- xsd_load(:Schema, +Options)
- Build XSD types from a parsed XML xsd:schema DOM structure.
- xsd_element_documentation(:Element, ?Type, ?Doc)
- Element is the local name (i.e., without namespace)
The following predicates are exported, but not or incorrectly documented.