XML for forms

G. Ken Holman gkholman at CraneSoftwrights.com
Sun Jul 4 22:13:51 BST 1999

At 99/07/01 22:13 +1000, Trevor Croll wrote:
>I was looking at writing an application which interprets XML for general
>distribution - the purpose is filing of forms data. (Many peculiar
>requirements exist where record keeping is required with computer ability to
>search and analize data quickly.) I was looking at writing a tool set for
>servicing these peculiar requirements using XML
>Is this feasible?

Before completing your system design, check out JetForm's new XFA - XML
Forms Architecture:


You may find everything you need to base your new tool set on an
architecture that will allow your programs to interoperate successfully
with other tool sets related to forms processing.

I hope this helps.

........... Ken

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