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what is XML schema

 
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hi all,
what is XML schema & how it is different from XSL?
thanx
Deepika
 
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XML Schema is a way of describing the document structure. It is a more advanced and flexible alternative to DTD. It is evolving as an industry standard and soon might replace the DTD, which now rules the world.
There are a number of useful resources about XML Schema. Go to W3 XML Schema page and look under "Tutorials" section.
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hi Ajith ,
thanx for ur response. but this link is full of standards, which is out of scope for me ....
any other link or material ...
please help

Thanx
Deepika
(deepika.wadhwa@vashimail.ltitl.com)
 
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Deepika, you can try this tutorial: http://www.w3schools.com/schema/
And here http://wdvl.internet.com/Authoring/Languages/XML/Schema.html is a looooooong list of resources...
[This message has been edited by Mapraputa Is (edited January 29, 2001).]
 
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