If the data is in any RDBMS like SQL or oracle it can
be migrated to XML with some ground work.
But if it is in text file or excel (raw formaT)
then u have to write programs to transfer the data.
It is possible using MS-DOM or JAVA - DOM
in VB or JAVA respe.
If u want any more inputs come back 2 me
--- Chris Proctor <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm fairly new to XML, but I have written some
> applications to build XML
> documents. I've used DTDs to validate that my
> document is well-formed, but I
> know that DTDs can do a lot for me. Can a DTD be
> used to actually build an
> XML document? In other words, can I say "here's a
> database file or a
> tab-delimited file" and "here's the associated DTD"
> and use the DTD to build
> the XML document? Forgive me if this is a stupid
> question, but we have so
> many vendors wanting data in a various number of
> formats. It would be great
> if something like this is possible. It would take a
> lot of the pressure off
> of us. I'd appreciate any input.
> Chris Proctor
> Manager of Systems Integration
> Gart Sports
> 1050 W. Hampden Ave.
> Englewood, CO 80110
> Phone (303) 863-2280
> Fax (303) 863-2263
> mailto: [log in to unmask]
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