Many things have happened since 1998 when the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published its first standard for XML, the Extensible Markup Language. After that they normalized a few more XML core operations like validation, query, transformation and linking.
12 years has passed, and the W3C announced a spec for managing XML-rich processes such as business processes used in enterprise environments.
Standard Framework for XML Processes
The specification XProc: An XML Pipeline Language gives a standard framework for making XML processes, by leveraging existing technologies widely adopted in the enterprise setting. Such leverage allows for automated streamlining, sequencing and management of complex computations involving XML.
The included business processes are often modeled as a series of operations, each of which includes XML input or output.
XML helps companies operate lots of data processes while ensuring that quality controls are met.
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Web Development: W3C Releases New Standard for XML Processes
Many things have happened since 1998 when the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published its first standard for XML, the Extensible Markup Language.Digitec Annual Event of Informational and Telecommunication Technologies
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