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You can create .xsd schema file by rewriting your GML with ogr2ogr. Writing schema into .xsd file is the default in GML driver http://www.gdal.org/drv_gml.html so you can simply use this command: ogr2ogr -f GML output.gml input.gml You do not need the output.gml file for anything so you can delete it and use the .xsd. If your source GML is big you can ...
My previous account is somehow not reachable anymore, because I used the same emailadres for this account. But on topic: The XML contains metadata for the GML, so there is extra information in the XML. We need the XSD for the ETL, is a self build ETL tool. The XSD makes the conditions for the acceptation of the data in the ETL.
Using pure GDAL, you can preserve the waypoint symbol and type of an original GPX file with ogr2ogr -f GPX -dsco GPX_USE_EXTENSIONS=YES out.gpx in.gpx waypoints <wpt lat="51.295094" lon="6.790674"> <ele>39.0</ele> <time>2014-10-14T13:56:58Z</time> <name>Push Log Point #1</name> <desc>Lat.=51.295094, ...
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