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XMl - DTD and Table Definition

  • From: dietmar.loder@n...
  • To: "xml-dev@i..." <xml-dev@i...>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Jun 1999 11:13:58 +0200

xml table definition

I am in the area of XML! Now I have to export and import large databases 
via XML-format. This data are structured in typical master-detail relations 
(1 master have approximatly 15 to 25 details records, one exportfile have 
30000 - 500000 master elements).
If I write the details records like the standard XML format, shown in 
serveral books and samples via www, I waste a lot of space for Start-End-
Tag's.  To minimize the filesize, I decide to use the <table><th><td> 


Is this allowed in a "well-formed" XML document? Or is this only allowed in 
How looks like a corresponding DTD for a table definition?
Have someone samples for this problem?




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