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Which is the right way XML/DTD/XSD

Deepti Bhatia
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Joined: Oct 19, 2006
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Hi,

Am very new to XML working. We need to design a message structure and validate it mandatory/optional parameters do some left and right padding before sending it to server.

Could you suggest a way for it.

Regards,
 
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