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SchemaXpert - Create XML Documents directly from XML Schemas

From: SchemaXpert Support <support@schemaxpert.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 13:18:27 -0400
Message-ID: <84af9b900708161018vf24ea77i700cc6a671b30daa@mail.gmail.com>
To: xmlschema-dev@w3.org
SchemaXpert : A New Tool for Creating XML Documents directly from XML
Schemas.

Utiware Software LLC has released SchemaXpert, a revolutionary new .Net
software which dynamically and accurately creates XML documents from XML
Schemas. Unlike existing XML data-binding code-generation tools, SchemaXpert
creates XML documents directly from XML Schemas, *no code generation needed*.
SchemaXpert utilizes drag and drop to link data references to objects in
your XML Schema and the SchemaXpert API traverses your XML Schema to
generate XML documents on the fly.

SchemaXpert presents an intuitive and efficient way for you to easily keep
up with complex and fast-changing XML Schemas. SchemaXpert allows for easy
migration from older to newer versions of an XML Schema. SchemaXpert
features built-in support for a variety of major databases, including
Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Oracle, IBM DB2, MySQL, Microsoft
Excel, dBase IV, Fox Pro, any ODBC and DSN data source, as well as flat
files such as Microsoft Word or your own application which supports
drag-and-drop.
SchemaXpert's revolutionary data-driven approach saves you time, stress, and
money at every stage of the software life cycle, while providing you with
maximum flexibility and control.

For more information and downloads, please visit these links:

Utiware SchemaXpert's home page:
http://www.schemaxpert.com

Free download of SchemaXpert and Sample Applications:
http://www.schemaxpert.com/Download.aspx

Examples of generated XML documents:
http://www.schemaxpert.com/xml_example.htm

Sincerely,
The Utiware SchemaXpert Team
http://www.schemaxpert.com
Received on Friday, 17 August 2007 16:59:11 GMT

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