Personally I'd prefer to write an application using Java/DOM APIs that would read the db and spit out the XML.To me its the best and cheapest way,on the other hand,if you think thats hard to do then there are utilities that can do it for you, XMLSpy is one of those.
I didn't use Delphi 7 after all - I only have the Personal edition, which lacks the functionality I need.
So, I turned to my VS.NET Beta 2 - created an adapter and a dataset basically using drag-and-drop, and typed about 5 lines of C# in - and now I have an XML file from the database!!
Next problem. I want to convert the XML to HTML, so I need an XML Stylesheet. The problem comes when I try to output a link to a file ...
<td> <a href="<xsl:value-of select="FileLink"/>"> Click Me </a> </td>
... there's a syntax problem with double-quotes in there. Any suggestions?
I have come across this forum while searching for sample code to convert a MDB file into XML file.In this forum you said that, you have written the code for converting the mdb file into xml file. [mod]no contact information[/mod].
Thanks in advance....
Originally Posted by AWhiteC
What's the easiest way to convert an MDB file (Access database) to an XML file? (Oh, and what's the cheapest way??)