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I don't know of any such existing schema, but it seems to me that
creating a schema for this should not be difficult - and would probably
be the easiest aspect of what you're trying to do. The more difficult
piece is having a process be able to recognize the patterns you describe
as they occur in a poem.
Booz | Allen | Hamilton
"Richards, Paul" wrote:
> My name is Paul Richards. I work for EDS on XML in the Product Life
> Cycle industry area. We work on PLMXML .
> Additionally, I am trying to define a schema for POETRY that yields
> patterns for:
> Line Scansion
> Word Accentual representation
> Rhyming patterns (there are 200+ techniques)
> Word Visualization patterns (not as important)
> I want to Scan Literature/Documents (predominantly Poems) , put them in
> XML, adding the metadata of patterns described above, and store the
> poems in a database, then have the ability to Display the poems as
> needed, along with Visualization techniques.
> If anyone can point me to a Literature Schema or other schema standards
> I can use, please reply.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chiusano Joseph [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2003 9:02 AM
> To: zohar
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [xml-dev] XML for mail
> If my understanding of your scenario is correct, here are some points to
> (1) If the transmissions between trading partners are done using Web
> Services (you did not explicitly state this), I recommend you look into
> using SOAP over SMTP .
> (2) Regarding the triggering of events:
> or in any such cases where data transfer has to be done, want to do such
> that on triggering that event </Quote>
> The triggering mechanism would be application-specific, so I won't be
> able to offer anything particular for that aspect here.
> (3) Regarding the confirmation and password:
> On that side on opening that email, it will tell him for what this mail
> was sent(as a popup or simple contents of the mail and asks for
> permission of that person(confirmation dialogue box and for password if
> needed. </Quote>
> That is application-specific as well.
> (4) When an XML file is opened by either trading partner as an e-mail
> attachment, the receiving system could create an HTML page that
> incorporates the XML data and displays it in the browser for the
> recipient to review, and confirm whether or not the information is
> correct. If confirmed to be correct, the XML file could be parsed and
> stored in the database.
> Hope these random thoughts help.
> Kind Regards,
> Joe Chiusano
> Booz | Allen | Hamilton
>  http://www.w3.org/TR/soap12-part0/#Example14
> zohar wrote:
> > I am a newbie so please forgive me for asking stupid questions. I am
> > developing a ERP application and in that instead of establishing EDI
> > between the partners of that supply chain.(suppliers and buyers), want
> > to make such that on requisition or any such instance where
> > information is needed to us which *can* be obtained from other partner
> > or for maintaining the total stock level involving all 3PL providers
> > or in any such cases where data transfer has to be done, want to do
> > such that on triggering that event relative XML script will be
> > generated (as per the preferences (of vendors and others) and will be
> > email to the third party at the mailbox of the particular person or
> > designation-with request for read receipt. On that side on opening
> > that email, it will tell him for what this mail was sent(as a popup or
> > simple contents of the mail and asks for permission of that
> > person(confirmation dialogue box and for password if needed. After
> > that it will retrieve needed information and make a mail(mostly reply
> > so that we an keep record as to for which mail it was answer OR making
> > appropriate subject line) for that which is to us or to relevant
> > department and will show that information to that person (to show what
> > is all retrieved). After that, that person has to send that mail. On
> > receiving of that mail on our side, it is displayed on the screen of
> > the recipient which is authorized for that. It will ask him/he whether
> > that information is correct and can be merged in relevant table of our
> > database or not. On getting confirmation, it triggers the usual events
> > that are needed to include that data in our database.
> > Please answer me surely.
> > Thanx in advance for the answer.
> > Zohar
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