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IBM developerWorks has developed its own XML DTD for articles, txt2dw.
David Mertz discusses how it works in this short article.
Tips and techniques to help you create more flexible XML models
Kevin Williams takes a look at some options for modeling many-to-many
relationships in XML. Several different techniques, and the advantages and
disadvantages of each, are discussed. Examples are provided in XML.
Data binding with JAXB
This tutorial shows how to use data binding to easily map data stored in
XML documents to Java objects and back again. You start with a DTD and
process it into Java source files. To customize this mapping you will
create and modify a binding schema. Once you have a correspondence between
the XML structure and Java classes you will be able to take an XML document
that conforms to the schema and automatically create Java objects that are
instances of the classes. Conversely, you can also start with the Java
classes and create the XML documents.