On Mon, Jan 20, 2003 at 10:59:24AM +0000, peterbarber wrote:
Don't know if it is of help but the common
transfer (and the plasc forms)
generate XML output which you may be able to use to transfer information into,
and out of, SIMS.
Not really, since the problem is more political than
technical. LEA deciding (without consultation) that
all schools must use some web based transfer system,
which requires Virus Explorer (Indeed one I had
previously rejected for exam EDI because of user
Nor is XML some "magic bullet" for information
transfer. You need to know the tag definitions
===== Original Message From Mark Evans
>On Sun, Jan 19, 2003 at 11:45:12AM +0000, ian wrote:
>> On Sun, 2003-01-19 at 11:38, Mark Evans wrote:
>> > On Sat, Jan 18, 2003 at 09:47:40PM -0000, Kyle Williamson wrote:
>> > > And so we have, alas :(
>> > > I could do with something where I click a magical button and the exam
>> > > timetables,timetables etc are transported across into MySQL...
>> > If you find such a "magic button" could you also check for one
>> > works with LEAs :)
>> Don't know too much about this, but won't the DfES common data format
>> allow transfer of all the data from SIMS to other databases? I thought
>> the idea of the CDF was to make the data independent of the system it
>> was in?
>Considering the fun we had with PLASC I'm not convinced that this
>concept is well understood by the decision makers.
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