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   Re: SQL Schema to XML Schema generator [any out there?]

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  • From: "Mike Sharp" <msharp@lante.com>
  • To: xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 10:22:20 -0700

Download Microsoft's Biztalk Server Technology Preview.  It has a tool called
the Mapper, that among other things, can generate a schema from an instance of
XML.  Then you can tweak it to fit your needs. It also provides a graphical way
to map between schemas or XML documents.  I've only played with it for a little
bit, but several associates have used the tool, and have good things to say
about it.


The caveat is that it only runs on Windows 2000.

Mike Sharp

Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way,
when you criticize them, you're a mile away and you have their shoes.    -- KPIG

Bob DeRemer <Bob.Deremer@wonderware.com> on 06/22/2000 07:10:01 AM

To:   "XML Devlist (E-mail)" <xml-dev@xml.org>
cc:    (bcc: Mike Sharp/Lante)

Subject:  SQL Schema to XML Schema generator [any out there?]

I know there are some tools that take SQL Schema and generate XML DTDs.
Does anyone know of a tool out there that generates an XML Schema?  I know
the schema stuff is not finalized yet, but that's OK for what I'm looking
for.  If there is something in Beta, I'd really like to look at it.  I want
to bootstrap an analysis project that needs to create an XML Schema [in the
MS environment, so I can leverage MSXML] for a SQL Server DB.  I'm trying to
avoid typing it all by hand.

Thanks in advance for the info,


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