XML from XSD Schemas

Discussion in 'XML' started by SiJP, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. SiJP

    SiJP Guest

    As an analyst, I am always keen for other's point of view in how they
    go about doing things. It's my way of learning.

    So here's a situation, which i would appreciate your thoughts on:

    You, as an XML developer, are given an XSD by a third party
    organisation. You've got to Import and Export data from your
    'database' using MSXML, conforming to this schema.

    At the moment, *my* way of doing this would be to get XMLSpy to
    generate a sample xml doc, create an XSLT which maps the xml output
    against fields in my db, and use ADO to transform the database data
    into a transformed xml doc. And THEN worry about validation.

    What methods, or approaches would you use to go from XSD to XML?

    With regards,
    SiJP, Nov 11, 2005
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  2. SiJP wrote:
    > As an analyst, I am always keen for other's point of view in how they
    > go about doing things. It's my way of learning.
    >
    > So here's a situation, which i would appreciate your thoughts on:
    >
    > You, as an XML developer, are given an XSD by a third party
    > organisation. You've got to Import and Export data from your
    > 'database' using MSXML, conforming to this schema.
    >
    > At the moment, *my* way of doing this would be to get XMLSpy to
    > generate a sample xml doc, create an XSLT which maps the xml output
    > against fields in my db, and use ADO to transform the database data
    > into a transformed xml doc. And THEN worry about validation.
    >
    > What methods, or approaches would you use to go from XSD to XML?
    >
    > With regards,
    >


    Just use an editor that supports xsd, then when i am typing that
    editor will give hints wich elements i can choose from.
    The editor gets that info from the xsd file.
    Tjerk Wolterink, Nov 12, 2005
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