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is there a way to make an all attribute and also to put the attribute as unbounded (and not with sequence)? for example
this is the original line
<xs:sequence>
   <xs:element name="field" type="fieldType" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
</xs:sequence>

and I would like to change the sequence to be all, and also to keep maxOccures as unbounded. what is the way to do it, if there is one?

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No, xs:all is very deliberately designed to allow a set of optional elements in any order, each of which can appear at most once.

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