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> I personally think that the best *business* strategy is to make sure that
> you working with just those bits of the Web and XML infrastructure that
> they can understand and develop with without necessarily
> requiring the toolkits, and choose toolkit vendors who automate the tedium
> rather than hiding the architecture of the infrastructure.
Or, perhaps more importantly, knowing what parts of XML and the underlying
technologies your toolkits or infrastructure DON'T do a good job of handling.
I'd venture a guess that the amount of time and energy spent on working around
bad tools is probably greater than what it would take to entirely rewrite them.