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Re: Can xsd ???

--- uzair ahmad <letsjoin@h...> wrote:
> Hi
> Can a XML Schema Document perfectly describe some
> Database Schema. More 
> specifivally , doese it have the enough vocabulary
> to decribe MetaData 
> constarints (classes, attributes, relationships,
> datatypes ).
> Thanks for guidance.
> Regards
> uzair

Depending on the type of schema, you have several
standards that you can use. If you want to represent
data, XML schema might be a good idea. and there is
RDF (RDF-S) which is a little bit more advanced than
XML Schemas. What type of relationships do you want
represent? Is it just inheritance? 
Check out this link:
It is a feature comparision XMLSchemas, RDF-S and

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