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Re: XForms and InfoPath

From: Tamasoiu Simina <t_simina@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2006 00:07:04 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <20060307080704.52016.qmail@web36812.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
To: www-forms@w3.org
Hi,
   
  Thanks for your reply! 
  I already have a standard XML schema. The problem is that is very large and indeed, contains a lot of rich text and recursivity. And i dont know whether i can integrate these 2 items into XForms. This schema was integrated into InfoPath, but now that we want to replace InfoPath with Xforms i cannot use anything from the InfoPath stuff.. :)And i only have the schema as a starting point. Any oppinions of how could i do that?
  Im looking forward for your answer. 
  Simina 
  

Jason Bailey <j.bailey@sussex.ac.uk> wrote:
  Hello,

I've spent a lot of time using Infopath and Xforms together. I don't think 
this is a good way to work. Infopath, for example, doesn't produce text 
only xml and so some of the xml (rich text) produced by Infopath would not 
be readable.

I think it would be better, if possible, to re-write the schema to 
standards rather than use Infopath's schema. Not sure if that helps! 
Infopath uses a lot of rich text boxes which I don't think will translate 
to xforms, will they?

Jason

--On 06 March 2006 01:24 -0800 Tamasoiu Simina wrote:

>
> hello everyone!
>
> I'm pretty new to XForms, but I have to learn to use them for our new
> project.
> The project concerns integrating a XML Schema into XForms. The form
> derived from the schema is currently used with Microsoft's InfoPath. All
> I have to do is replace InfoPath with XForms.
>
> Can anyone give me an advice of how to start? Are there any tools that i
> can use to implement, edit XForms?
> I would also want to know if recursion is supported by XForms.
>
> i would appreciate it if you could help me out a little bit!
> simina
>
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