• Retrieved November Xml 2003 Web
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    XML | Applications for Business Process Analysis & Design 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 b...
  • 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...
  • Xml Form Grammar Rule Abnf
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    It's not my p[a per/ I just find it in the internet/Abstract This document defines syntax for representing grammars for use in speech recognition so that developers can specify the words and patterns of words to be listened for by a speech recognizer. The syntax of the grammar format is presented in two forms, an Augmented BNF Form and an XML Form. The specification makes the two representations mappable to allow automatic transformations between the two forms. Status of this Document This secti...
  • Web Applications Integration Business Application
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    Standards can drive revolutionary changes in technology: consider the impact that SQL has had on the database market, or consider that the World Wide Web was launched by the combination of HTML, HTTP, URL, and SSL. My belief is that protocol standards (XML, Web services) and programming standards (Java and the. NET alternatives, XML Query, etc. ) will have a similarly profound impact on integration. Integration encompasses a broad range of information technology (IT) needs: Enterprise applicati...
  • Web Service Services Schema Application
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    Middleware Infrastructure The foundation of all integration products (including the more traditional proprietary technologies as well as the emerging Web platform alternatives) is the middle ware bus that provides interconnections and ensures quality of service. Historically, the industry has selected industry-standard middle ware (either Java 2 Enterprise Edition/[J 2 EE] or. NET-based) for developing and hosting Web applications, but proprietary middle ware for integrating those applications. ...
  • Xml Understand Enterprise Future
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    In an effort to understand how XML can be used in the business world, it is necessary to understand how XML can be used in the business world; it is necessary to understand the origins of XML. It is of importance to understand what XML is and is not. There is a history behind what has brought XML out as a new emerging database technology, and a future as to how it will be utilized in the times to come. In an effort to understand what XML will become it is necessary to realize how the component t...
  • 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...