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Defining Document Type Definitions
Defining Document Type Definitions provides information about how to use the Stylus Studio DTD editor to define a DTD. Familiarity with DTDs is assumed. This DTD tutorial discusses the following topics:

What Is a DTD?, Creating DTDs, About Editing DTDs, About Modifiers in Element Definitions in DTDs, Editing Elements in DTDs, Editing General Entities and Parameter Entities in DTDs, Inserting White Space in DTDs, Adding Comments to DTDs, About Node Properties in DTDs, Associating an XML Document with an External DTD, Moving an Internal DTD to an External File.

Type: DTD  #Views: 2572  Category: Article    

DTD Validation and Parsing
Stylus Studio fully supports XML document validation based on Document Type Definitions (DTD) to ensure compatibility with legacy XML systems. DTDs can be internally or externally defined. To validate an XML instance document against a DTD, simply click on the "Validate DTD" button.

Type: DTD  #Views: 2717  Category: Tool    

DTD Generator
Stylus Studio's DTD generator supports the automatic generation and association of both internal and external DTDs based on XML instance documents. A Schema tab at the bottom of the XML editor alows you to view the XML content model associated with the XML document that is current being edited.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1620  Category: Tool    

DTD Editing Tool
Stylus Studio DTD Editor for building Document Type Definitions (DTD) using a tree-like interface.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1375  Category: Tool    

Developing Document Type Definitions (DTD)
This DTD tutorial covers: What Is a DTD?, Creating DTDs, About Editing DTDs, About Modifiers in Element Definitions in DTDs, Defining Elements in DTDs, Defining General Entities and Parameter Entities in DTDs, Inserting White Space in DTDs, Adding Comments to DTDs, About Node Properties in DTDs, Associating an XML Document with an External DTD, Moving an Internal DTD to an External File.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1671  Category: Tutorial    

DTD - Examples from the Net
This section contains several DTD examples.

Type: DTD  #Views: 4841  Category: Example    

Elements Revisited
This month, we'll start by revisiting a DTD question that came up in September.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1478  Category: Article    

DocBook XML 4.3CR3
DocBook is a DTD maintained by the DocBook Technical Committee of OASIS. It is particularly well suited to books and papers about computer hardware and software (though it is by no means limited to these applications).

Type: DTD  #Views: 1560  Category: Tool    

Parsing a Parameterized DTD
The remainder of the SAX tutorial covers advanced topics that you will only need to understand if you are writing SAX-based applications.

Type: DTD  #Views: 3267  Category: Tutorial    

Parsing a Parameterized DTD
The remainder of the SAX tutorial covers advanced topics that you will only need to understand if you are writing SAX-based applications.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1373  Category: Tutorial    

DocBook Markup System
DocBook is a very popular set of SGML and XML markup document type definitions (DTD) designed for the production of technical documentation in the form of articles, manuals, books, help files. DocBook document type definitions include elements for prose writing, and the names of most elements are very clear. DocBook files can be converted to printable formats or transformed into HTML Web pages easily with free software.

Type: DTD  #Views: 2182  Category: Resource    

FAQ about the Archiving and Interchange DTD suite
FAQ about the Archiving and Interchange DTD suite. [1]. Why not use W3C XML Schema? The DTD authors considered writing the "master

Type: DTD  #Views: 1342  Category: FAQ    

DTD - Attributes
In the DTD, XML element attributes are declared with an ATTLIST declaration. An attribute declaration has the following syntax:

Type: DTD  #Views: 1506  Category: Resource    

American Memory DTD for Historical Documents
In its presentation of historical collections, the Library of Congress uses Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) for two types of documents: finding aids and the full texts of books, pamphlets, manuscripts, and other historical texts. Examples of finding aids that conform to the emerging standard for Encoded Archival Description are available online. Marked-up pamphlet, broadside, manuscript, and book texts are available for a number of collections; see, for example, the National American Woman Suffrage Collection or the George Washington Papers.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1427  Category: Resource    

Customizing the DocBook DTD
DocBook is a system for writing structured documents using SGML and XML. DocBook provides all the elements you'll need to author and publish technical documents of all kinds. Many computer companies use DocBook for their documentation, as do several Open Source documentation groups. DocBook allows these groups to readily share and exchange information.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1453  Category: Article    

Infrequently Asked Questions Concerning the Proper Spelling of 'DTD' in its Plural Form
Infrequently Asked Questions Concerning the Proper Spelling of 'DTD' in its Plural Form.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1475  Category: Resource    

DTD Transformations
The logical markup of SGML documents makes it possible to transform the markup associated to a DTD into that of another. When translating the markup one has to take into consideration the fact that between some elements a one-to-one mapping may not exist, but that a many-to-one, and one-to-many correspondence has to be considered. It should also be noted that the tools used for this purpose need to be sophisticated, since a normal grammar tool, such as yacc, is not suitable for parsing SGML documents.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1316  Category: Resource    

DTD Parser
This Java library, a standalone version of the DTD parser the author developed for JOX, will parse a Document Type Definition (DTD). It returns a DTD object, which is similar to the Document object in the Document Object Model (DOM). The author solicits any suggestions regarding the data model.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1486  Category: Tool    

DTD Generator Frontend
This is Michael Kay's Java-based DTD Generator attached to a frontend (a Python script by Paul Tchistopolski) in an easy to use online version.

Type: DTD  #Views: 1565  Category: Resource    

Forrest DTD documentation
We use the NekoDTD tool packaged as a Cocoon Generator to generate automagically some hyperlinked DTD references. Note that these references do not reflect the modularity of our DTDs, they are primarily user-oriented.

Type: DTD  #Views: 2529  Category: Resource    

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