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Re: [xml-dev] Re: Rules of Thumb for Creating XML Vocabularies forWorkflow Applications [Was: Keep business-process-specific data separate?]

Michael Kay wrote:

>> Then they won't be data producers. :-) Obviously something has to
>> motivate someone to produce data, but the discussion was related to
>> what a producer needed from the data.
> No, the question was what they need from the specification of the
> data. Even if they are not consumers of the data, they are certainly
> consumers of its specification.

No, I don't think so - Roger's post said:

> 2. An XML vocabulary must support the data needs of both the data 
> producers and the data consumers.

Perhaps you would rephrase Roger's point, but I don't think that I've 
misunderstood what he wrote.

Marcus Carr

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