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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Adding groups

When you create a group, it automatically contains a content model. The content model is a representation of any data that can be grouped together by the group, such as elements, element references, and group references.

The following instructions were written for the Resource perspective, but they wsill also work in many other perspectives.

To add a group, complete the following steps:

  1. Open your XML schema in the XML schema editor.
  2. In the Outline view, right-click Groups, and click Add Group.
  3. In the Properties view, type a new name for the group in the Name field.
  4. Click the Documentation tab if you want to provide any information about this group element. The Documentation page is used for human readable material, such as a description.
  5. Click the Extensions tab if you want to add application information elements to your annotations of schema components. The Extensions page allows you to specify the schema and add XML content to your annotations.
  6. In the Outline view, expand the Groups folder and your new group. Your group automatically contains a content model. A group's content model is the representation of any data that can be contained inside the group. For more information about working with content models, refer to the related tasks.

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