Is XML dead already or what? Was: RE: What is XML for?
dave at userland.com
Sat Jan 30 14:43:55 GMT 1999
>>What we need the XML-like structured repositories for is document-like
information, like technical manuals, news stories, literature,
scientific papers, and other stuff that does *not* have a
straight-forward mapping to relational DB tables. No one has a good,
scalable solution for this now.
We already have this. I hate it when people say things like "No one has a
scalable solution for this now." We do. Are you supposed to be an expert on
this stuff or do you just like to hear yourself talk?
You don't even have to pay $0.02 to try it:
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