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Fwd: [xml-dev] Build applications using the "simplicity stack"


I have heard this point of view, but admit that I struggle to understand it. These formalisms have types and convey structure and relationships between types. Is there a more suitable formalism for data-models that you make use of?

An object-oriented formalism, in UML, uses XML for interchange.

But irrespective of my lack of understanding of the 'errors of my ways' (something I am trying to overcome), my concept of leveraging data-models in cost-effective ways, as I tried to give some examples of, is my key point. So data-models as XML do seem to me to be a fertile ground, for this "simplicity stack".


On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 10:15 PM, Arjun Ray <arjun.ray@verizon.net> wrote:
On Tue, 01 Apr 2014 12:35:36 +1100, Stephen Cameron
<steve.cameron.62@gmail.com> wrote:

| a data-model in XML Format (schema)

I've never understood this formulation.  XML schema formalisms (DTD,
RNG, WXS) are for analytic document structures, not - as far as I know
or understand them - for arbitrarily general "data models".  In fact,
attempting to cast a data model in XML schema terms could be a serious

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