Can anyone help me out by clarifying what the correct behavior should be for an XSD validator in the prescence of xs:any?
Imagine I had the following schema:
And the following XML:
What should the correct behavior be here regarding the validation of s:other given my specification of processContents="skip"? I'm not quite entirely sure of what the XSD specification implies. My initial understanding would've been that the validator should not try to actually validate anything fitting in the xs:any section, just verify that it is indeed valid XML. However, this seems not to be the case, at least for the .NET XmlValidatingReader, which reports:
Error: Could not find schema information for the
An error occurred at file:///C:/temp/test.xml(4, 5).
The message obviously points out that I haven't given any schema information for s:other, but my question goes towards the why I should have to do it? If I was using skip?
So I'm probably misunderstanding how things are supposed to work, and I'd love it if someone would point me out in the right direction...