Community articleThe null Namespace
Added by IBM contributorIBM on November 25, 2011
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In some cases, forms may have no default namespace or may have a default namespace that is explicitly set to an empty string. In these cases, you can use null as the prefix for the empty namespace. For example, the following field declares a default namespace that is empty:
   <page sid="Page1">
      <field sid="myField" xmlns="">
         <value>Test Value</value>

In this case, to reference the value of the field, you would use the null prefix as shown: