Re: How Can I get the map file automatically ?
- With the current version of XML-DBMS, is it possible to generate a
map from a (W3C) XML Schema instead of using a DTD?
--- In xml-dbms@y..., Ronald Bourret <rpbourret@r...> wrote:
> You can generate a map automatically from a DTD with the GenerateMap
> sample program. See section 7.3 of the readme file for details. Note
> that you will probably have to clean up the generated map. The names
> might not be what you want and you might need to change the
> get efficient data storage. (For details, see the last part of
> 5.5 in:
> It is not yet possible to generate a map from a relational schema.
> -- Ron
> g8213506@n... wrote:
> > Hi ~
> > I have a problem about the map . Can we get the map file from the
> > and Relational Database shema's mapping?
> > Does it relate to any tree algorithm ?
> > Please teach me about it . Thank you !
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> Ronald Bourret
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- forsini@... wrote:
>Not unless you can find code that will convert a schema to a DTD and
> With the current version of XML-DBMS, is it possible to generate a
> map from a (W3C) XML Schema instead of using a DTD?
then run the result through GenerateMap/MapFactory_DTD. Note that such a
conversion will be lossy, although that doesn't really matter, since the
1.0 mapping language doesn't support many schema features anyway.