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xml_schemas thread: Re: xml_schemas digest: October 08, 2002

Message #1 by "Greg Robinson" <gregarobinson@h...> on Wed, 09 Oct 2002 13:32:39 -0400
For the costs, $400, XML Spy is the best product.

>From: "XML Schemas digest" <xml_schemas@p...>
>Reply-To: "XML Schemas" <xml_schemas@p...>
>To: "xml_schemas digest recipients" <xml_schemas@p...>
>Subject: xml_schemas digest: October 08, 2002
>Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 00:05:08 +0100
>When replying to the digest, please quote only
>relevant material, and edit the subject line to
>reflect the message you are replying to.
>The URL for this list is:
>XML_SCHEMAS Digest for Tuesday, October 08, 2002.
>1. XML Schema generator.
>Subject: XML Schema generator.
>From: "Reshma Bhat G." <reshmabhat@y...>
>Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2002 11:38:33
>X-Message-Number: 1
>I'm working on a project that requires generating XML Schema files(.xsd
>files) that can represent data repository as a whole.(I mean to say my
>data repository can be a relational database or can be a file system or
>any thing) I can't go for a costly products like XML Spy even though I'm
>not sure of it's functionalities. Can any one help me in this regard?
>Listing of websites having such information will be appreciated.
>Thank U in advance,

Greg Robinson
Director of Training and .NET Technologies
Scribble Software

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