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RE: Poll (was: Seeking advice on handling large industry-stand

  • To: 'Jeff Lowery' <jlowery@s...>, xml-dev@l...
  • Subject: RE: Poll (was: Seeking advice on handling large industry-standard XML data models)
  • From: "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <clbullar@i...>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 15:45:54 -0600

handling large xml
See this insightful article from Sean McGrath:

http://www.propylon.com/news/ctoarticles/Zen_and_the_Art_of_Motorcycle_Manuals_20020822.html

Too much stuff is always too much stuff.

len

From: Jeff Lowery [mailto:jlowery@s...]

Well, I guess in the media age you have to reduce everything to sound bites.

All right, let's try a different approach.   For those of you who are
responsible for designing the code to populate large, industry-wide data
interchange XML documents (and I know who you are), are you doing this via:

1. object hierarchies (that are document-type specific)

2. A DOM (or other generic data model)

3. A transform (from proprietary serialized format to XML interchange
format)

4. Web interactive (HTML or other interactive forms originating from XML
interchange format instances)

5. other

I hope that's clear enough.  You can respond to me privately and I'll
summarize all the results I get. Assuming I get any. 



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