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Yes, but one may say "I store my XML documents that I receive from my
trading partners in a relational database", thereby blurring the line
with record-like. How about "publishing-oriented" and
"exchange-oriented", as I recommended in a previous posting?
I would also assert that there is a "hybrid" type, in which electronic
documents (such as e-forms) use XML as their "backend"
("publishing-oriented"), and subsequently produce XML documents that are
then transmitted to trading partners ("exchange-oriented"), thus
blurring the line even further.
Booz | Allen | Hamilton
Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote:
> At 9:24 AM -0400 8/18/03, Chiusano Joseph wrote:
> >So in summary, this "data-oriented"/"exchange-oriented" XML was also
> >considered to be "record-oriented".
> When I say record-like, I'm thinking database like records, not
> storage records. Ah, the wonders of English. Perhaps field-like or
> table-like might be better?
> Elliotte Rusty Harold
> Processing XML with Java (Addison-Wesley, 2002)
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