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  • From: ssdhanoa@us.ibm.com
  • To: xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2000 11:40:32 -0600

10 best bets for XML applications

Many IT departments feel ready to try XML in a single
project. But where to begin? XML functionality and tool
support still evolves: style sheets aren?t quite solid
yet, query capability is still on the way, and so on.
No one wants to be caught in mid-project having to
retrofit to a moving specification or to stop unexpectedly
and craft tools. That means that not every obvious XML
application makes sense to develop now.

To help you figure out whether the XML application you want
to build is a good bet for developing now, compare it to this
checklist of ten telltale signs that your application needs
XML and that commercial middleware and tools are adequate at
this time for you to succeed with your project. Some of the
signs are obvious; some less so, as you will see.


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