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XML enables structured information so it can be thought of as data. When
data is structured, one can use fixed structures for communication and
then XML is a protocol.
Depending on what you believe XML is i.e. data (metadata) or
communication protocol, the answers to your questions differ.
On persistence... there is more metadata than data. The data persistence
models do not apply well to meta-data persistence models. XML is drive
the use of meta-data information systems. You may want to discuss that
The future of XML is not in data but metadata.
On Wed, 2004-09-15 at 08:13, Sudip Trivedi wrote:
> Hi, i am currently an MSc student and doing my dissertation research
> on The impact of XML on Information Systems as a whole and then
> focussing on the Database perspective.
> I wanted some information on where to find relevant information or
> link for the following:
> 1.The impact of XML
> -How it effects the life cycle of a project?
> -In all the phases such as design,implementation etc.
> -an example of such implementation
> 2.Next enterprise applications persistence J2EE or ODBMS based XML
> Database or any other live implementation example and future
> 3. XML impact on the speed of development, scalability, portability
> and other feature how it actually achieves it. Some social factors as
> well such as increased usability in terms of
> users,developers,administrators,managers and all the user groups.
> and finally FUTURE OF XML
> i know theses are very specific questions but any response to any of
> the above is much appreciated.
> sorry if any inconvenience caused.
> hope to hear soon
> Sudip Trivedi
> Sudip Trivedi
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