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Re: Perceived C/B for XML 1.1


Re:  Perceived C/B for XML 1.1
Eric van der Vlist scripsit:

> 3) Receiver applications read documents from the outside world. They
> would probably the main drivers to migrate to XML 1.1: if significant
> information sources send information as XML 1.1, I would have implement
> at least a gateway to accept these documents. OTH, if the external
> providers which send me these documents have the same policy than I
> would have for my sender applications, is it likely to happen?

Not unless those sources come to include those who have need for it.

Be liberal in what you accept, conservative in what you send.

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