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RE: NcML data type for uint64

That link tells us about the â_Unsignedâ attribute, which is fine. 

The question remains â can we declare a 64-bit signed or unsigned int using NcML - the NcML 2.2 schema doesnât provide for a 64-bit int (unless itâs  type=âlongâ with _Unsigned=âtrueâ?):



 possible data types for Variable, Attribute objects


- <xsd:simpleType name="DataType">

- <xsd:restriction base="xsd:token">

  <xsd:enumeration value="byte" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="char" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="short" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="int" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="long" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="float" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="double" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="String" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="string" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="Structure" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="Sequence" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="opaque" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="enum1" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="enum2" />

  <xsd:enumeration value="enum4" />








From: John Caron [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2014 2:44 PM
To: Carlomusto, Michael
Cc: address@hidden; Horne, Randy (Contractor); address@hidden
Subject: Re: NcML data type for uint64



On Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 3:33 PM, Carlomusto, Michael <address@hidden> wrote:

John and Russ,

Uint64 is not an allowable data types in the  2.2 version of the NcML schema.


Is there a way to get around this so we can define a variable as a 64-bit unsigned integer using NcML?



Mike Carlomusto


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