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Re: is that a fork in the road?

  • From: Ken North <ken_north@c...>
  • To: "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <clbullar@i...>
  • Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2001 12:55:18 -0800

Re: is that a fork in the road?

> XML Schema is an obvious step because it adds type information.

It's true the number of XML specs raises the complexity of application
development, but many organizations are doing much more with XML than rating
web pages.

If you're building a mission critical system ("bet-your-business"), you're
going to want to exploit constraints and type-checking. You also want to
know that answers coming back from queries are correct -- the fundamental
motivation for a formal approach using a data model and query algebra.



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