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  • From: "John Hicks" <cerium@ibm.net>
  • To: "Susan McCreary" <Susan.McCreary@imagesoft-technologies.com>, <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 13:19:10 -0400

Hi Susan:

Have a look at our Fast Start XML tools at Ceriumworks.com, for download at
the price of a paperback:

XMLOutline converts a word-processor outline to a DTD and a skeleton XML

XMLdb then writes SQL definitions for corresponding tables and relations.

XMLServlet splices together XML documents and merges live SQL values,
querying or updating any JDBC database.  XMLServlet requires no coding or
compiling; instead, XMLServlet reads an XML instruction form.  Optionally,
programmers can customize XMLServlet by overriding certain of its methods.

Included with XMLServlet:

XSLServlet extends XMLServlet to translate its XML+SQL to HTML via an XSL

TagServlet extends XMLServlet to write XML-tagged SQL query results.

Write back if you have questions.

John Hicks
XMLOutline XMLdb XMLServlet

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