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Re: [xml-dev] JSON query processing

I would think that JSON would generally be used to represent data
pulled out of a relational database to a website in which case the
structure of this data would be fairly trivial to move between JSON or
XML as suggested.

Which of these examples below are likely candidates for JSON
representation and why?

On Sun, Oct 16, 2011 at 1:08 PM, David Lee <dlee@calldei.com> wrote:
> Or if you want a simplier case, take any real world 'schema' in XML or JSON
> or JSON-Like.
> For example HL7, DocBook, XSLT, XSD,  Google Visualzation ("JSON-Like",
> IMHO), Amazons AWS API.    Write a program that converts any
> document/message in that schema to a coresponding document in the opposite
> markup.


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