Storing Application State as XML
stevek at fineline-software.co.uk
Thu Jun 24 10:31:52 BST 1999
>>We went through the same process as you: having used MFC serlialization,
>>sounded like it had various advantages.
on 1999-06-21, roddey at us.ibm.com wrote:
>Isn't this what the W3C XMI spec is at least partially about? Or am I
>acronyms here? Sorry if someone else already made this point, the all new
>weekly archive posting is too big to go look around too much.
I'm not too familiar with XMI (hence the pause before replying, in the vain
hope that someone else would step in, and allow me to say "yeah, I knew
I *think* XMI is for transfering designs (metadata) between modelling
systems - eg a common format for UML designs.
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