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From: John Boyer <boyerj@ca.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 10:10:57 -0700
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Mark Seaborne <mark@picoforms.com> 
07/06/2007 02:35 PM

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John Boyer/CanWest/IBM@IBMCA
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david Landwehr <david@picoforms.com>, Kenneth Sklander 
<kenneth@picoforms.com>
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Re: Call for Interest Statements: XForms Evening Event at XML 2007







Have Schema, Will Travel
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Many, many vertical industries have invested considerable energy into 
developing XML schema intended to facilitate electronic data 
interchange. One such is the travel industry. The OpenTravel(TM) 
Alliance has XML schema to cover everything from hiring a car to 
booking a round of golf. We will demonstrate firstly that the 
generation of XForms from such schema sets is an excellent way to get a 
return on investment for consortia members; and secondly that with 
XForms your applications really do travel well. We will demonstrate how 
XForms allows you to deploy the same application to the desktop, mobile 
devices such as cell/mobile phones and to Interactive Voice Response 
systems. With the same XML schema at the heart of essentially one 
application, deployed in many ways, organisations have the opportunity 
to develop a slim and manageable code base, clearly and explicitly 
related to industry standard data models.

The talk will include demonstration of generating an XForm from an 
OpenTravel Alliance XML schema and related documentation, and then show 
the same form running on a PC, a mobile device and over an IVR system. 
Received on Tuesday, 17 July 2007 17:14:39 UTC

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