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- From: "Brandt Dainow" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: "'LaShika M'" <email@example.com>,<firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 16:36:47 -0000
YEs - I've seen this demo'd, extracting from Oracle as XML to an XML Object
memory-resident XML object. The XSL then transforms the XML into an SMTP
unless you want to display in a web page. You're better off using XSL to
transform the source XML output into the appropriate format for your
destination database. XSL is easier to use and less bug-ridden than
around & works (sorta). It only requires a couple of lines of code in
on our website at http://www.internet-etc.com/courses/xml/xsl/xslfset.htm.
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>Is it possible to extract data out of a database and format in
>Is this a crazy thought? I have only been looking at XML for
>a couple of days and I have a
>assignment quickly approaching need a High Level Explantion of
>if it is possible to extract info
>out of one database, put in XML format, transfer to another
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