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Hi All,

I used an Altova XMLSpy tool generate an XSD file for my XML file.
The xsd equivalent for an simple xml element "Mfg" generated via the tool was
<xs:element name="Mfg">
<xs:simpleType>
     <xs:restriction base="xs:string">
     </xs:restriction>
   </xs:simpleType>
 </xs:element>


I found out that modifying the above xsd to the one below just works fine.

<xs:element name="Mfg" type="xs:string"/>


Just wanted to know if these 2 XSD representations for the xml element are the same or are they different.

Do the elements xs:simpleType, xs:restriction above have any signifance int he above mentioned scenario?
(Actually tried going through MSDN but conldn't infer much info).

It would be of great help if somebody points out the differences between the 2 if any and brief on it's significance.
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