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This document lists the document formats that are used by the Java Card Platform, Connected Edition, Version 3.0.2, deployment descriptors described by Java Card 3.0.1 specifications. Each descriptor within the specification requires its deployment descriptor be validated with respect to an XML schema that is listed by this document.
This document describes how to use the Java Card technology schemas that are described as a set of modules and provides a list of XML schemas for each deployment descriptor.
2. Using Java Card Technology Schemas
All Java Card technology deployment descriptor schemas share
Each schema document contains a version attribute that contains the version of the specification. For example, the XML schema document for the Java Card Applet Application Deployment Descriptor and the Java Card Platform-specific Application Descriptor contain the version attribute value "3.0", pertaining to the specific version of the Java Card specifications as well as the schema document itself. The Java Card Web Application Deployment Descriptor Schema contains the version attribute value "2.4" to indicate that it is a subset of the J2EE Servlet Deployment Descriptor Schema, version 2.4.
Each Java Card technology XML schema document's file name
contains the specific version of the related specification. This is
introduced for convenience to locate specific versions of the schema
documents. The version attribute in the schema instance provides
sufficient information for deployment descriptor processors to validate
the Java Card Applet Application Deployment Descriptor instance and the
Java Card Platform-specific Application Descriptor instance in the
A specific version of the Java Card specifications contains a
set of deployment descriptor schemas that constitute the Java Card
technology schema. The common definitions are contained in the
3. Java Card 3 Technology Schema Resources
This table contains the XML schema components for Java Card 3 technology.
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