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> > generate language-specific bindings that make it really
> > easy to read and write XML. Element declarations bound
> > to complex types become classes.
> > Locally scoped elements (and attributes) bound to simple
> > types become the member variables of those classes. The
> > form in which those language-specific bindings take isn't
> > important and they'll obviously be different for each
> > language. What's important is that the mapping is automatic
> > and that valid instances of the types can be parsed and
> > emitted without requiring precious
> > development time being spent on such low-level details.
Amelia A Lewis [mailto:email@example.com]:
> In my experience so far, it doesn't work, except for
> demonstration code.
You must be kidding. Try installing SQL Server 2000 or .NET and play
around with the Web service support. They both do exactly what you say
they cannot do.