I have a problem when converting pdf's in xml. Everytime when I convert a PDF(either with Acrobat or with mailing the file as XML) in XML the date fields always in middle shows the xml namespace xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" . We are using these xml's to transfer data to an accounting software but the software recognizes the xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" as an error and because of that the data couldn't be uploaded. We created the PDF using a xsd scheme made in the accounting software. Is there a way to get rid of xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" showing in the date fields.
Thank you but I already found where the problem was. Some rows already had minOccurs="0" and because of that an error message showed up. Your first post gave me the solution that I was searching for and I am very thankful. Today we are going to test the PDF Form.
We changed the xsd scheme but sadly an another problem has appeared. When I try to load the modified xsd scheme, the LiveCycle Designer shows an error message: "Schema can not be loaded. Make sure that the path is correct and the file is a valid XML Schema file." Can I somehow send the xsd file as an attachment or somehow embed it in a post? The editor on this forum doesn't have an insert file or embed a file option.