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> I need to research tools for reshaping our existing database documentation
> set into a web service. The documentation set consists of six books that
> contain over 2000 database attribute definitions. The books were developed
> in FrameMaker and are currently available as PDFs on the company web site.
> Admittedly, I have a lot of research to do, but any suggestions for getting
> started would be appreciated. I am just beginning to learn about web
> services and my programming experience is limited. Has anyone developed
> similar projects? What tools are appropriate for this project?
Web services are the programmers' domain, aren't they?
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