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RE: CreateNewInstance" from xml(Schema)
- From: Michael Rys <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Jurgen <email@example.com>, sabba <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 08:59:14 -0700
Jurgen, I don't think that this is what Enrico is looking for.
What he wants is a document instance generator that given a schema
generates valid instances for that schema.
The closest thing that I am aware of is the annotated schema mechanism
of SQLServer, where you take a schema, annotate it against the database
tables and then use XPath expressions to get XML out according to the
Enrico, what I find missing in your description is where the data that
will form the new document instance will come from. If from a database,
the approach above should be what you are looking for, if random of if
you just want a skeleton, you would have to write your own application,
as far as I know.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jurgen [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2001 6:03 AM
> To: sabba
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: CreateNewInstance" from xml(Schema)
> Oracle's XSQL Servlet Framework does exactly what you want:
> An XML Document containing an SQL Query is send to a
> (servlet enabled) web server to handle the request.
> The output is an XML Document containg the result of the
> SQL Query.
> Learn more about it on http://technet.oracle.com
> > sabba wrote:
> > hi,
> > i'm developing a new application that's heavily based on XML. i'm
> > loading and saving xml document instances from and to database
> > "without prob".
> > I'm currently evaluating the best way to implement a "new document"
> > feature, that is , generate an XML document instance based on some
> > kind of definition
> > (something like when you make an ado recordset from a "select * from
> > mytable
> > where 1=2" sql statement)
> > i'm considering using an xml-schema document (or a custom
> XML -schema
> > like-
> > document) and then pass this schema to an XSL document that would
> > output a
> > brand new xml instance document based on the schema
> > Do u thing it's the right approach ?
> > Has someone tryed successfully something similar ?
> > ready made code for this ?
> > suggestions and comments are welcome
> > Enrico Sabbadin: email@example.com
> > http://www.sabbasoft.com
> > MTS/COM+ / VB-COM FAQ: http://www.sabbasoft.com/mts_faq.htm
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