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   RE: [xml-dev] Create DB Structure based on Schema/DTD set

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The problem is that these XSDs purely define datatypes, and not how the document is to be structured. These XSDs are <xsl:include>'ed into the document definition XSDs.


You'll need to read the HR-XML consortium documentation (provided in the pack with the XSDs) to find out which of the other files you'll need to get it to work.






From: Adolfo Rodriguez [mailto:adolfo@externia.com]
Sent: 17 September 2003 17:56
To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
Cc: posi0@hotmail.com; cesar valbuena


Hi all,


I am looking for a way to, from an DTD or XML schema set corresponding to a bussiness model, e.g.:




create a database structure. My targeted database is my-sql. I have been making tests with XMLSpy (option Create DB Structure based on schema), WSAD (Option generate DDL on right mouse click over a xsd file) and other both, either commercial or open source tools, and none of them was able to create such a database.


As an example I attach two xsd files, which contains a well-formed schema. If any of you could help in creating sucha database would be really helpful.


Thanks in advance,


            Adolfo Rodriguez Miguelez

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