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- From: "Borden, Jonathan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 5 Feb 1999 10:52:05 -0500
Healthcare applications have the same issues as other applictions, with the
added 'benefit' of multiple standards issuers and third party 'interested'
For example elements from the
might be combined in a single document.
Namespaces aren't that difficult to deal with for the developer, but need to
be dealt with by organizations with are developing DTD's,Schemas etc which
Now, getting the U.S. and U.K. to agree on a set of standards (and
namespaces) is its own issue :-) This is where XML and XTL has potential,
e.g. U.S. HL7 2.3 <-> HL7/XML transport <- XTL -> U.K. EDIFACT XML
transport <-> EDIFACT
Transformations expressed in XSL/XTL can assist with interface of different
messaging systems and integration of different 'flavors' of HL7.
> Paul Prescod wrote,
> > I don't think that "average developers" need to worry about namespaces.
> > If you are building a
> > typical one-organization application then what are you doing with "other
> > people's tags" in your documents?
> Maybe my perspective is a little warped. I'm working on healthcare
> applications in the UK - interoperability will (sometime) become a big
> deal. :-)
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