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For the form editing system, have a look at XForms . Jim Wissner
developed an impressive framework based on XForms (but not compliant for the
moment, Jim explains why on his site), which is called JBrix and can be
found at .
For the rest I'm not sure to understand what you need.
>De : Trevor Croll [mailto:email@example.com]
>Envoyé : vendredi 1 février 2002 00:27
>À : firstname.lastname@example.org
>Objet : [xml-dev] How to use XML and all its deratives as a tree data
>I see lots on all sorts of subjects but the big chunk that is
>missing for me
>is how to use the XML Tree in an application. I have read the
>DOM specs and
>can navigate a tree, I have written an XMLNoteTree XML editor
>In this application I can take registration data from/to a
>form and save as
>an XML text file.
>I would like to use some standard where the user can specify their form
>design and move the form components into place (fixed screen
>have that form design saved as a usable XML String. When it comes to
>designing and writing such an application there is little
>that would help.
>Then when the user wants a report they can write an XSL for
>that XML and get
>When it comes to writing applications for these standards
>there seems to be
>very little to explain how this is done. Are there some good
>books on XML
>Schema, or should I be using Relax NG schemas or something
>else. It is all
>becomming quite confusing.
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