XML <-> RDBMS Tool

Discussion in 'XML' started by Wolfgang Keller, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. Hello,

    just as an introduction: I'm not a developer by profession, I just need a
    solution for this within the scope of a single project...

    What I am looking for is basically a tool (usable for non-developers) to
    (semi-)automatically create a relational database schema (MySQL) from an
    ..xsd schema (and vice-versa) as well as to generate entries into the
    database from an XML document (and vice-versa).

    And as I need this only for this single project, something as expensive and
    heavy (to get operational with) as XMLspy is by far out of question...

    TIA,

    Best regards,

    Wolfgang Keller
     
    Wolfgang Keller, Jun 10, 2004
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  2. Hi Wolfgang,

    We market a couple of small shareware programs that can generate XML
    documents from a relational database, and import data back into the DB from
    XML. However neither of these address the issue of creating a DB schema from
    an XML schema or vice versa.

    http://www.intsysr.com/odbc2xml.htm
    http://www.intsysr.com/xml2odbc.htm

    Gregory Vaughan
    Intelligent Systems Research
    www.intsysr.com



    "Wolfgang Keller" <> wrote in message
    news:1fq7eozebrz4b.siqel4ocv34i$...
    > Hello,
    >
    > just as an introduction: I'm not a developer by profession, I just need a
    > solution for this within the scope of a single project...
    >
    > What I am looking for is basically a tool (usable for non-developers) to
    > (semi-)automatically create a relational database schema (MySQL) from an
    > .xsd schema (and vice-versa) as well as to generate entries into the
    > database from an XML document (and vice-versa).
    >
    > And as I need this only for this single project, something as expensive

    and
    > heavy (to get operational with) as XMLspy is by far out of question...
    >
    > TIA,
    >
    > Best regards,
    >
    > Wolfgang Keller
     
    Gregory Vaughan, Jun 10, 2004
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