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- Subject: Re: [xml-dev] Address Book vocabulary...
- From: David Lyon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 23:56:54 -0400
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Did you ever get this one sorted?
On Tue, 5 Apr 2005 1:36 am, Todd Ditchendorf wrote:
> Can anyone direct me to an xml vocabulary that is designed to encode
> address book-style, or human-directory information? I'm thinking of
> designing an address book client app that will need to communicate with
> several yet-to-be-determined external datasources. I figure if i make
> the client communicate in a standard xml human-resource directory
> format using soap or xml-rpc, i can just hide each datasource behind a
> servlet that will communicate with the client.
> I'd like to use a standard vocab for the human directory information if
> possible rather than my own. I know enough to realize that designing an
> xml application for even something as simple-sounding as address book
> info is best left to the experts. Plus maybe we can gain some
> interoperability with other tools in the bargain.
> Looking for a vocab that will include the usual info... name, multiple
> addresses, phones, emails, etc...
> Todd Ditchendorf, Web Developer
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