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Re: When To Use Schemas (Was RE: infinite depth to namespaces)
- From: Ronald Bourret <email@example.com>
- To: "Xml-Dev (E-mail)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2001 12:40:56 -0700
Jeff Lowery wrote:
> > That problem is already here. How much validation should
> > a client do and how much should be passed off to the
> > server business logic? With fat two tier, a lot of business
> > logic is spread around the programs and in many development
> > organizations, that is hard to maintain and manage.
> Yes, but centralized rules are like centralized economies. There's no one
> right way of enforcing business rules, but there are solutions that offer
> the best trade-off between flexibility and managability.
Actually, Dogbert said it best when he said:
"Consulting is simple. If things are centralized, tell them to
decentralized. If things are decentralized, tell them to
centralize. You'll look like a genius."
XML, Databases, and Schemas
Speaker, Geek Cruises' XML Excursion '02