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(fyi) sql2dtd, Soapbox, and w3c recommedation article

From: Jeffrey I Condon <jicondon@us.ibm.com>
Date: Mon, 14 May 2001 11:20:00 -0700
To: xmlschema-dev@w3.org
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XML Matters #9
This column discusses the public-domain sql2dtd and sql2xml utilities that
allow RDBMS-independent generation of portable XML result sets.

XML Schema becomes W3C Recommendation - What This Means
After more than two years of review and revision, W3C announced on May 1
that it has embraced the XML Schema with a formal Recommendation. W3C
Recommendation status is the final step in the consortium's standards
approval process.

Soapbox: Industrial strength or suds?
A closer look at SOAP, RPC, and RMI.

XML Matters #8:
Putting XML in context with hierarchical, relational, and object-oriented

XML : Education - Tutorials
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