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Title: XML Repository Software and publishing standards

        I am working on a solution for a publishing company that is converting their content to XML.  We are looking at third-party software to build a repository of xml content which can be served up to multiple sources in different schema formats depending on what the content is and formatted differently (using XSLT) depending on the publishing medium (website, PDA, web services, non-web solutions, etc.).  I have been looking at products such as TEXTML, and HyperVision's WorX, XMetal and XMLSpy for the maintenance portion.  Does anyone have any experience with these tools or others that could offer any criticisms, advice or suggestions?  What are people using to do this kind of thing?  And are there any efforts underway (in addition to DocBook) to standardize an XML format for the publishing industry?

        Thanks ahead of time for any and all inputs.

Ken McAfee, MCSD
Software Architect
"You're born to be a player. You're meant to be here. This moment is yours". -- Herb Brooks, 1980


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