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- From: David Power <email@example.com>
- To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 09:03:31 +0100
Firstly I must say that I support the use of XML,
where it fits. Sometimes I think it is difficult to
see exactly where it fits. One of our Directors has
decided that XML is a great solution for our internal
out-sourcing system. It is an SQL database that
we render on browsers in HTML 4.0 using VB +
uses IE 4.0 to view it (no probs).
What is the advantage of using XML in this loop?
Our accounting is SAP and there are moves towards
integrating that with our out-sourcing system,
I can see where XML is useful here, by the way are there
any Case Studies of SAP/XML integration?
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