Late model Access (2003) will produce XML output, even from relational
files. But it seems to do best with flat files.
If the data in your Access database is flattish and already formatted to
be compliant with a content standard that satisfies you, like DACS (is
it?) and the fields you have in your database easily map to EAD tags (do
they?), then it becomes a matter of transforming the database's XML
output into EAD using XSL.
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Subject: Access to EAD
I have an Access database and would like to produce an EAD encoded file.
Any help appreciated.