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Austin HendersonSubject: New Guy Here...
Author: Austin Henderson
Date: 06 Aug 2007 04:02 PM
I need help here guys..
I need to develop a process that will allow me to consume XML via webservice.. this XML will be used to generate orders based on the loops in the document.

My problem is this.. I know how to work with the XML but I have never designed a process to consume XML like this. How does one go about laying out the schema for this document? Can the studio help with this?

Can anyone give me a few pointers on how to get this done short of opening notepad and typing away?

Thanks for your help...

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Alberto MassariSubject: New Guy Here...
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 09 Aug 2007 12:36 PM
Hi Austin,
Stylus Studio can help you writing the schema by generating one from a sample XML instance; then the XML Schema editor will let you refine it using a diagram view of the schema.
Then you can use XSLT Mapper to visually map the result of the web service call into the schema previously designed.
Have a look at the videos located at http://www.stylusstudio.com/learn_wsdl.html and http://www.stylusstudio.com/xslt_mapper.html

Hope this helps,
Alberto

 
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