8,DTD for XML file.

ENTERPRISE JAVA
Bridging the Gap Between Java Clients and EJBs Using XML

William Louth
Listing 8. DTD for XML file.


<!DOCTYPE descriptors [
  <!ELEMENT descriptors (object-descriptor*)>
  <!ELEMENT object-descriptor (class-name,name,type,icon,
           property-descriptor*,children-descriptor?,action-descriptor*, security-descriptor?)>
  <!ELEMENT property-descriptor (name,method, security-descriptor?)>
  <!ATTLIST property-descriptor width CDATA "75">
  <!ATTLIST property-descriptor alignment (left | centered | right) "left">
  <!ATTLIST property-descriptor description CDATA "none">
  <!ELEMENT children-descriptor (method*,folder-descriptor*)>
  <!ELEMENT folder-descriptor (class-name,name,icon,collection, condition?)>
  <!ATTLIST folder-descriptor folder CDATA "Folder">
  <!ELEMENT action-descriptor (name,icon,class-name,parameter*, security-descriptor?)>
  <!ATTLIST action-descriptor group CDATA "0">
  <!ATTLIST action-descriptor description CDATA "none">
  <!ELEMENT parameter (name,value)>
  <!ELEMENT name-value (name,value)>
  <!ELEMENT collection (#PCDATA)>
  <!ELEMENT condition (#PCDATA)>
  <!ELEMENT class-name (#PCDATA)>
  <!ELEMENT name (#PCDATA)>
  <!ELEMENT type (#PCDATA)>
  <!ELEMENT method (#PCDATA)>
  <!ELEMENT icon (#PCDATA)>
  <!ELEMENT value (#PCDATA)>
  <!ELEMENT security-descriptor (security-role+)>
  <!ELEMENT security-role (name)>
  <!ATTLIST security-role readonly (true | false) "false">
]>

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