Re: XML Repository Software and publishing standards
Ken, I am by no means an expert in the publishing arena, but you might want to check out Quark's QuarkXPress: http://www.quark.com/products/xpress/ Joe Chiusano Booz | Allen | Hamilton > Ken McAfee wrote: > > I am working on a solution for a publishing company that is > converting their content to XML. We are looking at third-party > software to build a repository of xml content which can be served up > to multiple sources in different schema formats depending on what the > content is and formatted differently (using XSLT) depending on the > publishing medium (website, PDA, web services, non-web solutions, > etc.). I have been looking at products such as TEXTML, and > HyperVision's WorX, XMetal and XMLSpy for the maintenance portion. > Does anyone have any experience with these tools or others that could > offer any criticisms, advice or suggestions? What are people using to > do this kind of thing? And are there any efforts underway (in > addition to DocBook) to standardize an XML format for the publishing > industry? > > Thanks ahead of time for any and all inputs. > > Ken McAfee, MCSD > Software Architect > ken.mcafee@p... > "You're born to be a player. You're meant to be here. This moment is > yours". -- Herb Brooks, 1980
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