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Re: A Plea for Schemas

  • From: Matthew Gertner <matthew@p...>
  • Date: Tue, 02 Nov 1999 10:54:09 +0100

Re: A Plea for Schemas
"Simon St.Laurent" wrote:
> I like where this is going - but it changes 'a plea for schemas' to 'a plea
> for a discovery mechanism for information about XML documents'.  I think
> you've got the right idea here, a way to keep the open approach of the
> BizTalk schema repository without the baggage of the BizTalk framework and
> its owners.  Instead of the centrally adjudicated process, we get an open
> system for describing information that can be distributed rather than
> centralized.

How about a plea for both schemas and an associated discovery mechanism?
The former is clearly a prerequisite for the latter.


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