Schemas

XBRL schemas, referenced with <schemaRef> tags in XBRL fragments, links an XBRL taxonomy schema to the XBRL fragment. Each XBRL schema is represented by an object of a class called XbrlSchema. Each of the XbrlSchema properties is described below.

Path

A string describing the full path to the schema’s source file. The path includes the schema’s filename.

TargetNamespace

A string describing the URI of the schema’s target namespace.

Elements

A list of Element objects. There is one Element object in the list for every element defined in the XBRL schema.
The list is implemented as an object of the standard .NET System.Collections.Generic.List class, and you can apply all of the operations available to objects of the System.Collections.Generic.List class to this list.
See the section on page 28 called “Elements” for more information on Gepsio Element objects.

SimpleTypes

A list of SimpleType objects. There is one SimpleType object in the list for every simple type defined in the XBRL schema.
The list is implemented as an object of the standard .NET System.Collections.Generic.List class, and you can apply all of the operations available to objects of the System.Collections.Generic.List class to this list.
See the section on page 29 called “Simple Types” for more information on Gepsio SimpleType objects.

ComplexTypes

A list of ComplexType objects. There is one ComplexType object in the list for every complex type defined in the XBRL schema.
The list is implemented as an object of the standard .NET System.Collections.Generic.List class, and you can apply all of the operations available to objects of the System.Collections.Generic.List class to this list.
See the section on page 30 called “Complex Types” for more information on Gepsio ComplexType objects.

LinkbaseDocuments

A list of LinkbaseDocument objects. There is one LinkbaseDocument object in the list for every linkbase document referenced by a <linkbaseRef> tag in the XBRL schema.
The list is implemented as an object of the standard .NET System.Collections.Generic.List class, and you can apply all of the operations available to objects of the System.Collections.Generic.List class to this list.
See the section on page 32 called “Linkbase Document” for more information on Gepsio LinkbaseDocument objects.

Last edited Jan 31, 2011 at 1:56 AM by JeffreyFerguson, version 2

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