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How do I convert an XSD into an Oracle schema / database structure?

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I have a detailed XSD, expressed in several files connected together with includes.  I want to create a database schema or ERD (preferably for Oracle 10g) from those files using a tool.  What tool should I use, and what is the easiest way to create the schema, complete with tables and relationships?
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Which tool you created this XSD, that tool might have option to export this into schema table.
If you can give name of this tool it would be easier.
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I didn't create the XSD, it was given to me.  I am viewing it in Visual Studio 2010.
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I went through the XSD manually and created a database structure from it.  This was very time consuming, but ultimately it was the only way to reliably create the ERD.  I could find no suitable tool to perform this task automatically.
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