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XForms adoption

From: Mark Seaborne <MSeaborne@origoservices.com>
Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2003 14:39:01 +0100
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I would like to draw the attention of members of this mailing list to several news items on the Origo Services web site (http://www.origostandards.com/News/News.asp). You have to register to enter the site, but it is free to do so.


Origo is the BtoB message standards body for the UK Life Insurance Industry. It developed its own forms markup language for use within the industry several years ago. This is now widely used. Origo began participating in the XForms WG earlier this year.

The first news item reports that Origo will begin work to replace its own forms markup language (ISML) with XForms.

The second item reports that Origo, with the help of ISML implementers and users, is to start work on attempting to create logical mappings between ISML and XForms.

If anyone would like more information please register to use the Origo web site, and/or contact me off list. 

All the best


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