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- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Sat, 10 Apr 1999 18:23:29 -0700
Have you any opinions on how fancy an XML-based file system should be
in terms of performing validation on datatypes in the DTDs.
So far I've been leaving the validation routines out- tho' the file system
itself could handle a lot of data-handling for applications that depend
on it I think.
In other words, supposeing you were using a machine with an XML-based
file system and XML-aware OS... is there any reason you can think of
why it would be wise to employ datatype validation or any other types
of data integrity checkes?
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