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 AXMLS consists of two parts: the **schema description**,​ or **DTD**, and the PHP class that manipulates and parses the schema. This document introduces the reader to many of the tools AXMLS provides to manage and manipulate a schema. AXMLS consists of two parts: the **schema description**,​ or **DTD**, and the PHP class that manipulates and parses the schema. This document introduces the reader to many of the tools AXMLS provides to manage and manipulate a schema.
 ==== Executing the Schema ==== ==== Executing the Schema ====
-AXMLS provides two different methods for applying the SQL resulting from a parsed schema to the  database: **inline execution** and **post execution**. Use the [[v5:​axmls:​continueonerror|ContinueOnError()]] method to specify whether or not database execution should attempt to continue if an error occurs.+AXMLS provides two different methods for applying the SQL resulting from a parsed schema to the  database: **inline execution** and **post execution**. Use the [[v5:​axmls:​continueonerror|continueOnError()]] method to specify whether or not database execution should attempt to continue if an error occurs.
  
 **Inline Execution** applies each schema entity to the database immediately after that entity is parsed. I.e., the first table is read from the schema and applied to the database, then the second table, etc. **Inline Execution** applies each schema entity to the database immediately after that entity is parsed. I.e., the first table is read from the schema and applied to the database, then the second table, etc.
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