On Thursday 18 November 2004 20:56, David Golden wrote:
> > I'm looking - have been looking for years -
> > for a simple, hopefully standard, Java program
> > for entering data hopefully into an XML file.
> Not entirely sure what you want (if you want a GUI form builder with end
> users unaware of the horror of XML lurking underneath then this isn't
> exactly what you want) but:
>>http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/xeena>> allows you to edit XML files. It parses a DTD and builds a GUI based on
> it so that only valid data is allowed in to the XML file. The more
> tightly defined your DTD/Schema, the more useful the interface is.
Thanks very much.
I'll certainly look at that tonight,
after listening to Dana being interviewed by Gerry Ryan.
Any other suggestions (about Java/XML, not Dana) gratefully received.
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