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firstname.lastname@example.org (bryan) writes:
>>A few MS-specific extensions there, but nothing too frightening.
>>(And yes, Access 2002 could do the export, but I believe 2003 is the
>>first to come up to speed with W3C XML Schema.)
>the xml plug-in for Access 2002 I have also exports WXSD.
According to this:
They've updated it for the Rec - http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema
instead of http://www.w3.org/2000/10/XMLSchema, and updated the data
types. I'd thought they were using XDR before, but that was likely a
figment of my imagination. (Most of the Access work I've done was in
2.0 and 97.)
>The thing I'd
>be interested to know - does Access 2003 export xsl-t or wd-xsl? The
>plugin does wd-xsl. Ugly one too.
It's XSLT now. http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform .
>The plugin also exports a html file for display the xml with the
>wd-xsl. It would be nice if in the updated version this were an xhtml
It appears to generate HTML 4.0 with a large chunk of VBScript.
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