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You're right that you should have your file available to other services if you are passing a file back and forth.The most common way to do that is to put the file in your Web site, and refer to that URL in the namespace location, as you've done.
The third event is related to the extra phone-number element.
The client stores the xml and my resubmit the xml via an Http Servlet Request at a later date.
That's why it's working now -- the only validation being done is on your server with your files, and you access your xsd file locally.
Why then does the validation code I'm using then give me an error if I submit badly formed xml?
However, your point about having the xsd available via " Schema.xsd" makes sense.