• Xml And Java Markup Language
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    XML and Java Abstract Most web developers are intimately familiar with HTML, which is a language for presenting information on-screen so that it can be read by a human. A new markup language is rapidly gaining attention, however. XML allows for the presentation of information which can be read by a computer program. It is likely that the future of web development includes the creation of increasing numbers of programs, which make intelligent use of the data on XML-based web pages. And Java is a...
  • Cgi Program Document Sgml File
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    A general model of publication Although the medium and the material may differ vastly, essentially the same common process is always involved in publication (Fig. 1). For on-line publications this model makes it possible to automate many of the steps involved (see module on Automated document processing). Figure 1. A model for the publication process. The same general pattern of steps occurs whatever the publication and whatever the type of material involved. This model encompasses all the stag...
  • Wireless Application Protocol Services On Mobile Networks
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    WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) Background In 1995 Ericsson initiated a project which purpose was to develop a general protocol, or rather a concept, for value added services on mobile networks. The protocol was named Intelligent Terminal Transfer Protocol (ITTP), and handles the communication between a service node where the service application is implemented and an intelligent mobile telephone. The ambition was to make ITTP a standard for value added services in mobile networks. During 199...
  • Retrieved November 8 2003 Xml Web Business
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    Introduced in 1996, Extensible Markup Language (XML) was initially intended to function in the place of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) as the standard format used to define online document structure (Obasanjo, 2003). These intentions are proving inevitable as business organizations begin to realize the real potential found in the family of XML technologies. Potential in terms of improvement in information management practices measured by a company's reduction in time and overhead. One such org...