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- From: "KenNorth" <KenNorth@email.msn.com>
- To: "Leigh Dodds" <email@example.com>,"XML Dev" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 10:29:51 -0800
Leigh Dodds <email@example.com> wrote:
<< Data vs Publishing? How do you define the boundaries there?
computer -> computer (or application -> application)
The consumer is another application. Often used for business-to-business
computer -> person.
The consumer is a person. The XML is used to render a page for a person to
We surveyed this at three recent conferences and no one seemed confused
about the distinction.
<< We're commonly taking SGML/XML markup of 'publishing' data (abstracts,
etc) and using this data as XML messages ('data') between systems.
A book distributor sending orders to a publishing house using XML for data
interchange (B2B integration, e-commerce messaging, etc.). A distributor
might send catalog updates in XML to a retailer (data interchange), and the
retailer renders new HTML pages for a Web site (publishing).
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