Re: ZDNet Schema article, and hiding complexity within user-friendlyprod
At 02:05 PM 4/23/2001 -0400, Michael Champion wrote: >Anyone want to pick up the thread ... is something like W3C XML Schema a >"good thing" after all if it can be wrapped up in user-friendly tools? Or is >its "power" (aka "complexity") too great to fully encapsulate inside a >friendly interface? How friendly is the SQL spec? Access puts a reasonably friendly face on it, or you can left outer join to your heart's content by hand using a command line interface. SQL is certainly powerful and complex -- and both easy and difficult to use well. Schema is likely to be the same (and the analogy toward database-land isn't by accident, of course) Ann
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