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23-01-2018

Hi,

We have a lot of schemas that we have used with our xdp-based forms.

Most of these schemas have include-statements to refer other schemas.

When we try to use these schemas to create an Adaptive Form, we get an error

"XML Schema Validation Error".

Is there any limitation in using include-statement when creating an Adaptive Form?

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Are you following online AEM Form documentation. If so - can you please post the URL you are using.

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23-01-2018

Hi Tommy, as long as the hierarchy of the schema is the same as it was in Workbench and uploaded to AEM in the same manor, the includes should work perfectly fine.

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Hi,

here is the link - Adobe Experience Manager Help | Creating adaptive forms using XML Schema

The schema is on disc and not in the repository. Maybe that is the problem.

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Hi Lee,

Workbench is not in use for the schemas in this case. They are on disc and used by the designers when they create new forms.

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Hi,

It worked as expected when I uploaded the schema-files to AEM.

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