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Re: The privilege of XML parsing - Data types,binary XML

Re:  The privilege of XML parsing - Data types
Roger L. Costello wrote,
> This discussion all started with Sean's message about keeping the XML
> string free from ties to a data model, and being able to do
> processing in a pipeline fashion. Note that the above supports Sean's
> pipelining methodology.

I quibble with this slightly ... the above is _consistent_ with Sean's 
methodology, but it's far from obvious that there aren't others which 
are equally well-placed.

Otherwise, nice summary.




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