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Now you are delving into dark incantations and heavy incense away
in the lower reaches away from the main concourse of the nave and altar.
Strange men in hooded cloaks have been muttering about tools that can
read in existing XSD schema and write out CAM templates that then you
add some rules to and presto - perfect honeyed-meade - 70% proof.
Intoxicating stuff - be careful how you use it and who you give it to.
Everyone wants a simple instant fix that leverages their existing
investment and efforts - it maybe a lot closer than they realize.
> > Does this mean you have to toss away schemas? No! It means you augment
> > schemas
> > with CAM templates and then finally you have the means to share consistent
> > integration information across a global community of interest.
> I think this was one of the things that partially prejudiced me against CAM
> (although I think it is pretty nice anyway), there are any number of
> technologies right now that essentially serve for augmenting schemas, it
> be premature to invest in one. Also, given that xml schemas are a train
> why build a house on top of that wreckage (the beauty of the mixed metaphor
> is a
> poorly understood area of art), I don't really want to augment xml schemas
> because I want to burn xml schemas to the ground, drive the PSVI before me,
> hear the lamentation of their women.
> P.S: Then again, we're heavily invested in xml schemas where I work so I
> I will only be allowed to tickle xml schemas a little, let the PSVI chase me
> around the fountain, and compliment their women on a lovely pound of makeup.
> - Bryan Rasmussen.
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