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New Library for generating xml instance etc.. etc.. [message #42434] Wed, 28 April 2004 14:15 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: rob.tice.k-int.com

To anyone who has mailed looking for the library to generate an xml instance
from a schema in java.

OpenXSD is a small schema analysis library based on xsd. Among its features
it has a utility to facilitate the creation of conformant empty xml
instances and to create empty xml fragments from anywhere withinin the xml
structure. It is being utilised as part of an open source metadata
authoring environment that we have written for the uk e-learning community.

I have detached it from its enclosing project and I hope that it can be of
use to people on the list (if only as a starting point).

Further info and download

http://developer.k-int.com/OpenXSD

Obviously it is open source.

I hope that this posting is okay as I have received a number of enquiries
since I first mentioned it a few months ago.

Regards

Rob Tice
Knowledge Integration Ltd
Re: New Library for generating xml instance etc.. etc.. [message #42569 is a reply to message #42434] Wed, 28 April 2004 16:58 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com

Rob,

Very cool. Did you send Nick a note so that this link will be included in the
community page he's setting up?


Rob Tice wrote:

> To anyone who has mailed looking for the library to generate an xml instance
> from a schema in java.
>
> OpenXSD is a small schema analysis library based on xsd. Among its features
> it has a utility to facilitate the creation of conformant empty xml
> instances and to create empty xml fragments from anywhere withinin the xml
> structure. It is being utilised as part of an open source metadata
> authoring environment that we have written for the uk e-learning community.
>
> I have detached it from its enclosing project and I hope that it can be of
> use to people on the list (if only as a starting point).
>
> Further info and download
>
> http://developer.k-int.com/OpenXSD
>
> Obviously it is open source.
>
> I hope that this posting is okay as I have received a number of enquiries
> since I first mentioned it a few months ago.
>
> Regards
>
> Rob Tice
> Knowledge Integration Ltd
Re: New Library for generating xml instance etc.. etc.. [message #586201 is a reply to message #42434] Wed, 28 April 2004 16:58 Go to previous message
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Rob,

Very cool. Did you send Nick a note so that this link will be included in the
community page he's setting up?


Rob Tice wrote:

> To anyone who has mailed looking for the library to generate an xml instance
> from a schema in java.
>
> OpenXSD is a small schema analysis library based on xsd. Among its features
> it has a utility to facilitate the creation of conformant empty xml
> instances and to create empty xml fragments from anywhere withinin the xml
> structure. It is being utilised as part of an open source metadata
> authoring environment that we have written for the uk e-learning community.
>
> I have detached it from its enclosing project and I hope that it can be of
> use to people on the list (if only as a starting point).
>
> Further info and download
>
> http://developer.k-int.com/OpenXSD
>
> Obviously it is open source.
>
> I hope that this posting is okay as I have received a number of enquiries
> since I first mentioned it a few months ago.
>
> Regards
>
> Rob Tice
> Knowledge Integration Ltd


Ed Merks
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