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Sort xml nodes by schemaby laozi (Novice)
|on Sep 10, 2013 at 08:31 UTC||Need Help??|
laozi has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I am using XML::Simple to translate a hash to xml. i then need to validate the XML using and schema. the schema forces an order to the elements which i didnt manage to cancel so i want to generate the xml in the same order listed by the schema
i tried modifying the sorted_keys() hook but that approach has one 2 major disadvantages. first i have to duplicate info that exists in the schema. second it causes XMLout to generate empty attributes in case there is no hash entry
How can i sort the elements based on the order required in the schema?
Is there a module that can do that?
From another angle, how can i disable the ordering requirement in my schema? . the only option i found is to switch the sequence to unbounded choice but that ruins my validation
Your help is appreciated