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SSDN AdminSubject: XML Work Flow Applications
Author: SSDN Admin
Date: 02 Mar 2006 01:38 AM
Dear Stylus Studio Community:

A new tutorial written by Michael Kay entitled: "Buiding XML Workflow
Applications" is now available at:
http://www.stylusstudio.com/xml/workflow.html

The new article argues that much of the application logic required for
typical XML workflow applications can be modeled using XML schema,
then implemented in XSLT and XQuery, with individual components linked together in a pipeline processing framework.

This approach provides greater flexibility and adaptability to change the application in response to changing business needs in comparison to implementing such applications in .NET or Java. XML gives you this
flexibility in terms of data design; don't lose it by writing
applications that freeze the data structure into Java or C# classes.
Building XML Workflow Applications provides expert insight into following topics:

Modeling XML Workflow Applications
Choosing a Centralized or Decentralized Architecture
The Life-Cycle of a Document
Finding Resources using Directory Services Markup Language
Writing XML Workflow Applications

Read the article online at: http://www.stylusstudio.com/xml/workflow.html

Sincerely,
The Stylus Studio Team
http://www.stylusstudio.com

 
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