RE: Why XML for Messaging?
That's a much clearer statement. Thanks. Again, it is a deadly embrace if the bit about 'not for interchange' to which I add 'and has no lifecycle' isn't explicitly made clear. I know the reasons. I know what the solutions are. Getting the RFPs to be as clear is the challenge. len From: Michael Champion [mailto:michaelc.champion@g...] On 6/2/05, Bullard, Claude L (Len) <len.bullard@i...> wrote: > Because Sun goes to the trouble of getting an > international standard for it. Microsoft is > fighting that idea. Fastinfoset *is* an international standard ITU-T Rec. X.891 | ISO/IEC 24824-1 is it not???? What would W3C saying that this telecomunications standard is a Recommendation for all XML use cases add to anyone's bottom line? > "Paoli's passion for XML and documents shined through the entire talk, > especially two of the final points. He spoke out against binary XML, simply > saying "No, please," and concluded with a prediction: In 2010 75% of new > documents worldwide will be created in XML." > http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2005/06/01/deviant.html > > The business models of the customers prefer > standards. Paoli's tactic ultimately means no binaries > unless they are Microsoft-framework supported. I'm not sure what Jean said in Amsterdam, but I was involved in briefing him on the MS internal consensus about binary XML. We (and Sun, IBM, Oracle, etc.) use binary XML for a number of internal purposes. Some companies seem to have hammered out an internal consensus that something marginally smaller and faster than XML is good enough to be an internal standard and possibly a generic W3C Recommendation. We think that that defeats both the point of binary XML (optimization for specific purposes when interchange is not a consideration) and textual XML (universal support for generic purposes when interchange is the primary consideration). MS has invested 7-8 years in getting XML 1.0 on every desktop and server; it's time to exploit the benefits that brings, not add yet another dimension to the interop complexity space. That's Microsoft's "tactic" in opposing binary XML standardization ... and XML 1.1, XSD 1.1, use case-specific profiles of XSD, etc.
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