XML Schema -> HTML Form
Any ideas would help:
I've got XML files I want to be able to update via a Intranet Web Form.
I want to be able to build the web form from the XML Schema for the XML files.
That means there should be fields in the HTML form for each element one
level below the root in the Schema. For example, an HTML form to add a <student>
element to a <class> XML file. And then the user should be able to save
the new element to the XML file. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Washington & Lee University
Lexington, VA 24450
I read your post and we have the same issue. I know that you posted it a couple of years ago...But if you were able to solved it..Maybe you could help me...
I am looking for the same
Just posted more or less the same on another recent thread.
I am looking for the same.
My approach(it will probably take me weeks from now):
1) Use xslt to transform xsd into an xhtml document cotaining an XForms form.
2) Use Xforms Compliant browser (firefox with xforms plugin) to edit and save.
The posted data can be an xml document itself depending on submission encoding type.
I will be playing around with it here, i guess:
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