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From Andrew Savory <and...@luminas.co.uk>
Subject Re: [RT] Towards a new/another Forms Framework
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2003 15:54:32 GMT

On Tue, 1 Apr 2003, Bruno Dumon wrote:

> Schema with a capital S: are you talking about W3C XML Schemas?

Yes.

> >  This is basically because we're getting lots
> > of requests to build "ingestion interfaces" that allow people to add
> > content to a database based on a given metadata standard (which is
> > provided as a schema). I think there's a lot of crossover between our
> > schema-based forms plan and your RT.
>
> Yep, though I think that what you'd like to have layers on top of the
> form framework: it could be possible to generate form descriptions from
> the schema information, but not all forms are always automatically
> generated from a schema.

Definitely. A standard form framework descriptor file would make sense,
then we could (for example) use XSLT to transform Schemas into
descriptors.

Another useful feature (here we go with creeping features already!) would
be the concept of "controlled vocabularies", ie being able to tie a
predetermined set of options to a given form control. I guess this would
be a feature of the mapping-concept.


Andrew.

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