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From Bert Van Kets <b...@visitronics.be>
Subject Re: Dummy proof XML on-line editing
Date Thu, 20 Dec 2001 15:21:31 GMT
Pino,
What you describe is axactly what I want to build:
A dynamic web form that lets the user pick the tags available to him at the 
the point he is at at that moment.  He is also presented with the 
optional/required attirbutes.  This lets the user create/edit an XML file 
without the hasle of the XML document tree and parsing/validating.  That's 
way to difficult for an average user who barely knows hos to switch on his 
comp ;-)

Do you mean you wish to help develop such a framework?

Bert
At 14:47 20/12/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi Mauricio,
>
>May it is exactly what I mean.
>
>Let's make an example of use of the this hypothetical user friendly xml 
>editor (web)application:
>
>We have to create a new document, which structure is defined in a XML 
>Schema file (better than DTD because XML is easier to treat). The 
>application presents us all possible information types (by means of input 
>checkbox, or text or combobox etc) that, for a specific point of the 
>document, I can or have to insert. If a new inserted element has 
>required/optional subelements, then the application automatically 
>generates a form containing those subelement input items. Of course, all 
>optional subelements can be left empty.
>
>I don't mean that the user have to insert tags directly, he just fills the 
>its values, by means of input items.
>
>If you know XML Spy 4.0.1, well, it makes something like this, but it is 
>also not 'cheap'.
>
>If I could use an application like this, well I would spare lot's working 
>time for creating always custom applications.
>
>If you or everyone else intends to develop it together, well I'm ready to 
>start.
>
>Thank you and wish you a nice day.
>
>pino


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