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Can you Create XML Schema in VB 6.0?

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Hi I am trying to create an XML Schema (.XSD file) in VB 6.0. I have added the Microsoft XML v2.0 Reference to the application but i didnt say any classes or functions that would assist me with writing a schema.

Is there another reference that i should be using?

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Hai,
   Yes we can create xml files with the help of vb6.0 and i have the program to your need.  i will send it to you and i want your email id for that purpose.


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Seshu123,

The email address is bjpetru@crcinfosys.com.

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