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    2 DTD to XML Schema translator
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    4 Translate a Document Type Definition (XML 1.0 DTD) into an XML schema
    5 (REC-xmlschema-1-20010502). The translator can map meaningful
    6 DTD entities onto named and therefore reusable XML Schema constructs 
    7 such as <simpleType>, <attributeGroup> and <group>. The translator can map 
    8 DTD comments onto XML Schema <documentation> elements.
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   10 Free available as Java class, Standalone application and as Web tool.
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   12 http://puvogel.informatik.med.uni-giessen.de/dtd2xs/
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   15 Installation
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   17 Unzip the archive into a new directory (e.g. C:\dtd2xs). Start
   18 your favorite Web browser (Netscape Navigator 4.5 or later version,
   19 Internet Explorer 5 or later version) and ensure that you have Java and
   20 JavaScript enabled in your browser preferences.
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   22 Open the file dtd2xsd.html.
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   24 Test "test.dtd" with varying parameters (e.g. Map DTD comments).
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   27 For Developers
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   29 For a successful re-compilation of the Java source code you have to tell 
   30 the Java compiler where to find the Java archives "xml.jar" and "xt.jar"
   31 (located in your dtd2xs directory). Set your classpath accordingly.
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   33 If you want to use "dtd2xs.class", see applet wrapper "dtd2xs_applet.java" 
   34 or standalone application "dtd2xsd.java".
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   37 Feedback
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   39 We would like to here from you, please send questions or requests for
   40 information about our latest developments to:
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   42 Simon.Hoelzer@informatik.med.uni-giessen.de     or
   43 Ralf.Schweiger@informatik.med.uni-giessen.de
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