XML for forms

Robin Cover robin at isogen.com
Mon Jul 5 22:42:34 BST 1999

On Mon, 5 Jul 1999, Len Bullard wrote:

> There is work going on in the New Mexico court system for enabling 
> attorneys to work with schedules in the local courts.
> These rely on XML-based transactions.  Deatils and the 
> DTD are online.  I am home and do not have that URL.  
> It is particularly at the pass-points of heterogeneous 
> systems such as typify city and state operations that 
> XML can be applied.  Different pots of money procure these 

Possibly:  XML Court Interface (XCI)

See http://www.oasis-open.org/cover/xci.html


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