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To quote Mr. Webber:
OASIS jCAM is designed for this express purpose - providing the means to
create XML templates of those rules to augment your base schema
structure validation checks.
The tutorial, jCAM processor links and more can be found at :
john c hardin
CIO - crossconnections.ws
"The new electronic interdependence recreates the world in the image of a global
Marshall McLuhan, "Gutenberg Galaxy", 1962
David Lyon wrote:
> is this a job for **>> CAM <<** ??
> When I searched on Google for "Webber CAM" the ads that
> came up all seemed a touch R-Rated.
> Obviously my idea of giving away steak knives was dropped
> in favour of the usually much superior adage that "sex sells".
> I'm sure there is a download link for CAM somewhere. I think
> it was posted here about 6 or so weeks ago.
> On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 6:08 am, Marc de Graauw wrote:
>>I am currently looking for a tool for a Dutch organization for schema
>>management in a data exchange context.
>>I am looking for a tool with the following capabilities:
>>- storage and maintenance of data definitions and message definitions
>>- generation of XML Schema and documentation from the above
>>- version control / configuration & release management of the above
>>- possibly registry-like capabilities to share the above definitions among
>>Any suggestions for tools to look at?
>>Marc de Graauw