Import xml file into access 2k13 not working

I have 2 xml files from a currently unknown source. 1 file is supposedly the schema (file attached) and the other is the associated data. I import the schema and all the tables are created but only include 1 field in a table. Not sure of the process but in a clean db imported the schema as structure or structure/data. I have limited xml  experience.
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Can you post the schema?
jsgouldAuthor Commented:
the attached xml file is supposed to be the schema
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
I'm confused...

.XML files contain the Data
.XSD files are Schema files

The XML file you posted has info on the tables but no data.

How about posting both files?

Sample xml and xsd files are attached...
Typically the xml file (the data) will reference the xsd file (the schema)

So you will have to go back the the entity that created this file and ask for these two files in the format that Access can accept

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jsgouldAuthor Commented:
Thanks. I can't post the data.xml file because it contains sensitive patient data. Is there any way to import the data without an .xsd file?
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Yes, form Access you can, ...I am not sure about the system you are using to generate your files.
If you only have an xlm file (and not an xsd file) you will not have any specific field info (datatypes will most likely all be text, and you may not retain any field properties)
For example, here is an xlm only file from the data I used in my previous post.

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jsgouldAuthor Commented:
Thanks for ur help. Found a utility; Total XML Converter that worked pretty well, after trying several.
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