[opencms-dev] Access to xsd annotations from getSchema()

Jonathan Woods jonathan.woods at scintillance.com
Tue Aug 11 08:23:55 CEST 2009

I guess you could load the schema directly from its VFS location
(/system/modules/bla/schemas/myschema.xsd), and that would be the only thing
you'd have to hardcode.

Alternatively... if you can work out how to configure your widget from
another source of data - other than in the schema, that is - then maybe you
can use the same data source in your view generation.  There have been some
great posts on this list in the last few months about widget configuration -
they might help.


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> [mailto:opencms-dev-bounces at opencms.org] On Behalf Of mvarshavsky
> Sent: 10 August 2009 23:01
> To: opencms-dev at opencms.org
> Subject: [opencms-dev] Access to xsd annotations from getSchema()
> I'm trying to build a search screen around a particular 
> content type. One of elements there is associated with a 
> "SelectorWidget". I was hoping to get access to all available 
> values specified in the configuration of that widget and 
> based on that generate a drop-down of my own. Unfortunately 
> <xsd:annotation> is not exposed in schema generated by 
> CmsXmlContentDefinition.getSchema().
> I would really hate to hardcoded it in my jsp... Are there 
> better approaches to get me the same results?
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