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What you've described sounds very similar to a pseudo MS Biztalk
architecture. I'm sure there are other simpilar products around but
basically Biztalk provides the functionality you seek and would seem a
sensible starting point.
From: Ho Chok Chiat [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 09 December 2001 15:03
Subject: [xml-dev] Dynamic XML structure from XML Schema at runtime
>Date: Sun, 09 Dec 2001 21:58:19 +0800
>From: Ho Chok Chiat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Dynamic XML structure from XML Schema at runtime
>I am currently trying out a solution for a project of mine which i have
>little idea on how to get started and hope that your can kindly provide me
>with some expert advice.
>I wish to use XML to communicate between different servers. the
>architecture that i have design is to be as pluggable as possible where i
>have offloaded all processing to individual servers with a centralized
>server as the gateway that does appropriate routing to the different
>Because each service server has its own schema, i would need to transform
>raw data into the different format before routing the data over. Am i able
>to do the transformation dynamically without knowing at compilation time
>the schema of the various servers so as to make it truly dynamic.
>If there's anyone out there who can provide me with some insights, i would
>really appreciate it.
>Please allow me to thank you all kind folks in advance =)
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