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S V
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Hello All!
I'm new to the world of XML and DTD..
Can anyone please let me know if there are any standards for
DTD files and XML to develop on my own.
For example if I wanted to develop a messaging system, are their
any standadized DTD file's that I can take a look at or can I
proceed with my own ELEMENTS..
I heard that Microsoft is trying to make DTD for project
management and trying to make a standard one that everyone
should follow.. how true is it? If that's the case where can I
find such standadized DTD/XML files.
Thanks in advance.

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SVR,
Welcome to JavaRanch.
Unfortunately your name does not comply with the JavaRanch naming policy. Please spare a moment and re-register with a name that meets the requirements. .
Thanks!
Ajith
 
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Thanks Ajith!
I have re-registered with the following name.. Sees Vees
hope this does comply to the JavaRanch naming policy


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Sees Vees
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Ajith!
Can you delete my S V account please.. seems I don't have rights
to do that.
Thanks.

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Thanks for re-registering. I will take care of deleting your old account.
 
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