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john22471 (TechnicalUser)
12 Jan 11 5:32
Hi, I am new to xml and xml schema. My question is, What software that I can use to generate xml file and schema. I know it can be written but I find it troublesome if I will have to create a all declaration manually because I wanted to pull a lot of information from another system.

Appreciate your help....
Miros (Programmer)
5 Feb 11 23:07
It's possible that the creator of the data on the other system already has a schema file for it.  The top of the file should give the name of the schema that the data should be validated against.

If you want to modify or filter their xml data, that's a job for XSL.  For example, if the original file has <name><first>Joe</first><last>Smith</last></name> and you want your file to have <firstname>Joe</firstname><lastname>Smith</lastname> or you want to drop all people with the last name Jones, you need XSL.

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