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1 Select the Complex Types node in the first column of the Schema view.\\
2 Right-click and choose Add Complex Type...\\
1    Select the Complex Types node in the first column of the Schema view.\\
2    Right-click and choose Add Complex Type...\\
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This opens the Add Complex Type dialog box.\\
       This opens the Add Complex Type dialog box.\\
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3 Type the name in the Name field.\\
For example, author\\
a Select Type Definition: Inline Definition\\
b Select Compositor: Sequence\\
A preview of the XML code is also displayed at the bottom of the box.\\
4 Click OK.\\
3    Type the name in the Name field.\\
       For example, author\\
       a    Select Type Definition: Inline Definition\\
       b    Select Compositor: Sequence\\
           A preview of the XML code is also displayed at the bottom of the box.\\
4    Click OK.\\
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1 Select the Complex Types —> author in the Schema view. Right-click on either author or sequence and choose Add —> Element...\\
1    Select the Complex Types —> author in the Schema view. Right-click on either author or sequence and choose Add —> Element...\\
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This opens Add Element dialog box.\\
2 Type the Name of the Element.\\
For example, firstname\\
3 Type from the list of radio button options. In the current example, choose the Use Existing Type radio button. In the listing area beneath the Type radio button, expand the Built-in Types node. Select string.\\
       This opens Add Element dialog box.\\
2    Type the Name of the Element.\\
       For example, firstname\\
3    Type from the list of radio button options. In the current example, choose the Use Existing Type radio button. In the listing area beneath the Type radio button, expand the Built-in Types node. Select string.\\
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4 Click OK.\\
The Schema view now contains a node for the firstname element, whose parent is the sequence under the author Complex Types.\\
5 Click Save All.\\
Similarly, create another Element — lastname. Repeat steps 1 through 5.\\
4    Click OK.\\
       The Schema view now contains a node for the firstname element, whose parent is the sequence under the author Complex Types.\\
5    Click Save All.\\
       Similarly, create another Element — lastname. Repeat steps 1 through 5.\\
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See Also
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1 Click Complex Types — Add Complex Type...\\
2 Type Name: book\\
3 Click OK.\\
4 Perform the following:\\
a Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> genre\\
Use Existing Types —> Build-in Types —> string\\
b Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> title\\
Use Existing Types —> Build-in Types —> string\\
c Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> author\\
Use Existing Types —> Complex Types —> author\\
In the current example, the author is a Global Complex Type because it comprises of two Element Types (firstname and lastname).\\
1    Click Complex Types — Add Complex Type...\\
2    Type Name: book\\
3    Click OK.\\
4    Perform the following:\\
      a    Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> genre\\
           Use Existing Types —> Build-in Types —> string\\
      b    Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> title\\
           Use Existing Types —> Build-in Types —> string\\
      c    Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> author\\
           Use Existing Types —> Complex Types —> author\\
           In the current example, the author is a Global Complex Type because it comprises of two Element Types (firstname and lastname).\\
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d Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> price\\
Use Existing Types — Build-in Types — double\\
e Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> quantity\\
Use Existing Types — Build-in Types — unsignedInt\\
      d    Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> price\\
           Use Existing Types — Build-in Types — double\\
      e    Click either Complex Types: book or sequence —> Add —> Element —> quantity\\
           Use Existing Types — Build-in Types — unsignedInt\\
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1 Select Elements in the first column of the Schema view.\\
2 Right-click and choose Add Element...\\
1    Select Elements in the first column of the Schema view.\\
2    Right-click and choose Add Element...\\
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This opens Add Element dialog box \\
3 Type the Name of the Element.\\
For example, bookstore\\
4 Select the Use Existing Type radio button. In the listing area beneath the Type radio buttons, expand the Complex Types node. Select book.
For example, book\\
       This opens Add Element dialog box \\
3    Type the Name of the Element.\\
       For example, bookstore\\
4    Select the Use Existing Type radio button. In the listing area beneath the Type radio buttons, expand the Complex Types node. Select book.
       For example, book\\
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In the current example, book is a Global Complex Type because it comprises of five Element Types (genre, titles, author (Global Complex Type), price, and quantity).\\
5 Click OK.\\
6 Click Save All.\\
           In the current example, book is a Global Complex Type because it comprises of five Element Types (genre, titles, author (Global Complex Type), price, and quantity).\\
5    Click OK.\\
6    Click Save All.\\

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