XML Schemas

Questions or Comments?  Brooks Shannon or Jason Horning 

NENA Registry System
When developing and deploying technical standards which employ enumerations, or lists of values, where the enumeration or lists can reasonably be expected to change over time as new technology, vendors, service providers or other stakeholders evolve, a known stable way to maintain the current acceptable values in the enumeration or list is required. The values in the enumeration or list are called a registry.

All i3, v2 registries are located here under i3-v2-xml-schemas.

Reference Links

  • This page describes the work being done at W3C within the XML Activity, and how it is structured. Work at W3C takes place in Working Groups. The Working Groups within the XML Activity are listed below, together with links to their individual web pages.
  • In this tutorial you will learn how to read and create XML Schemas, why XML Schemas are more powerful than DTDs, and how to use the XML Schema language in your application.
  • Standard ALI Query Best Practices


XML Schema Files

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Contains the NENA XML schema files.
Item Name Posted By Date Posted
CurrentNENAXMLSchemes4.3.1 ZIP (29.08 MB) Administration 1/22/2012
Standard ALI Query Best Practices PDF (111.81 KB) Administration 5/11/2011
ARCHIVED_NENA XML Schemas 4.2 ZIP (15.66 MB) Administration 1/22/2012