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Exporting XML, editing to conform with existing schema

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I'm exporting XML from Access. There is an option to not export key and
index information to a schema (XSD) file, but there's no option for the XML
file.

What I've been doing is using editors like AttEdit and XMLSpy to edit the
XML by removing the keys so it conforms to an existing schema.

I'm having a problem though. I have a bunch of child elements, and I'm
trying to modify some elements of these child elements, but it seems that I
can only modify one child's child at a time.

It seems like the only solution is to write some code to modify all of the
child elements or use Altova Mapforce. Or I guess I could try to modify my
tables in Access to eliminate the keys and use other fields instead, and use
where statements and cross joins instead of inner joins. Any ideas?
W. Pooh (AKA Winnie P.)


Jan 2 '08 #1
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Write an XSLT stylesheet which strips out the unwanted info?
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