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Chris, an additional thought:
You may want to track the progress of Microsoft's InfoPath (formerly
called Xdocs). Infoworld featured a review Friday of InfoPath 2003, Beta
2 . Regarding your "archiving components" reference, the following
point is made within the "Ten things to know about Xdocs" link in the
6. You can use it online or offline.
When you're online, you can request an InfoPath document from a Web
server and post changes back to that server. When offline, your InfoPath
document (i.e., a package of XML data, schema, and layout information)
lives in a .CAB (Cabinet) file that you can use locally.
Hope that helps,
Booz | Allen | Hamilton
Chris Baker wrote:
> Can anyone suggest some resource sites, tools or some good tutorials to
> start learning XML? I am wanting to create an XML database using HTML
> forms to write into XML code or text to store links and images, then
> make a searchable query tool for web users to find what they need. I
> really could use a tool as I am very new to the XML language. Has
> anyone else tried a project similar to this?
> I believe it's called Archiving components by writing it to an output
> stream in a form that you can reuse later. Then I can recall it using
> its saved parameters. I am just not sure how to go about starting this
> and do not want to waste time going down a wrong path.
> Looking forward to everyones comments, suggestions and links.
> Best Regards,
> Chris Baker
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