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Use of the XSD Schema obtained form xomlite45.jar

Hi xperts,

Please throw some light on the uses of the XSD schema generated using the xomlite45.jar.

Regards,

Vijay

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 02:09 PM

    Hi

    The application xomLite45.jar is used according to the following syntax:

    c:\Java\bin>Java –jar xomLite45.jar MyFile.xml

    The target file will be called MyFile.xsd and is stored in the same directory where

    MyFile.xml is.

    with regards

    Gabrieil

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 01:09 PM

    hi,

    We use the XSD shcema file in the syndicatior. When you are syndicating the records in syndicator to client systems in the XML format, we have to use the XSD schema, the fileds in the XSD schema will be the Destination fileds. And we will map source fields to destination fields and we do syndication.

    hope this may help you,

    Regards,

    srinivas

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 04:52 AM

    Hi Vijayasarathy,

    Xomlite jar file is a java file used to produce an XML schema definition which is required to syndicate data in the XML format.

    the repository schema that we export from the console repository is not in the exact standard format so as to get the repository schema definition for this purpose we use xomlite which use the export schema from MDM as an input to Xomlite then xomlite generates a XSD this can then be used to create a schema.

    Data can now be syndicated in the XML format from MDM.

    Regards

    Simona Pinto

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