The XML schema in-sis-datatypes-1.5.xsd defines elements that allow any supported compound datatype value to be constructed and used as values for variable assignment or comparison.
|This is a SIS feature for IN.|
Compound datatypes are those with a Java type that is not a simple type such as an integer or string but rather is a composite of some number of basic types. For example, the
CGIN Call Control InitialDP operation argument is a composite of many sub-parameters including service key, calling party number, called party number, and so on. Values of compound datatypes may be assigned to appropriate variables, or used in conditions such as
<not-equals> to compare the equality of these variables.
SIS provides elements for a number of predefined datatypes and also defines elements that allow arbitrary datatypes to be constructed.