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RE: Dynamic XML structure from XML Schema at runtime


dynamic xml schema
Use XSL,
You can have same XML and different XSLT for each server and while routing
you can decide which XSLT to use and convert the data.
Check out Apache Cocoon, They mainly deal with content publishing but the
concept is similar and I am sure you can get a lot of ideas from it.

Regards,

Dharmesh

-----Original Message-----
From: SHARPE, Ian [mailto:Ian.SHARPE@c...]
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2001 6:33 AM
To: Xmldev (E-mail)
Subject: RE:  Dynamic XML structure from XML Schema at runtime


What you've described sounds very similar to a pseudo MS Biztalk
architecture. I'm sure there are other simpilar products around but
basically Biztalk provides the functionality you seek and would seem a
sensible starting point.

Cheers
Ian

-----Original Message-----
From: Ho Chok Chiat [mailto:hochokchiat@y...]
Sent: 09 December 2001 15:03
To: xml-dev@l...
Subject:  Dynamic XML structure from XML Schema at runtime



>Date: Sun, 09 Dec 2001 21:58:19 +0800
>To: xml-dev-help@l...
>From: Ho Chok Chiat <hochokchiat@y...>
>Subject: Dynamic XML structure from XML Schema at runtime
>
>Hi everyone,
>
>I am currently trying out a solution for a project of mine which i have
>little idea on how to get started and hope that your can kindly provide me
>with some expert advice.
>
>I wish to use XML to communicate between different servers. the
>architecture that i have design is to be as pluggable as possible where i
>have offloaded all processing to individual servers with a centralized
>server as the gateway that does appropriate routing to the different
servers.
>
>Because each service server has its own schema, i would need to transform
>raw data into the different format before routing the data over. Am i able
>to do the transformation dynamically without knowing at compilation time
>the schema of the various servers so as to make it truly dynamic.
>
>If there's anyone out there who can provide me with some insights, i would
>really appreciate it.
>
>Please allow me to thank you all kind folks in advance =)
>
>
>Rgds,
>Javier



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