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Granularity Information Architecture, Inc. Presentations
Allaire Developer Conference, 1999
October 24 - 26, 1999

 
Summary Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a markup language like HTML in which you can define your own tags. These tags, called elements are focused on data, not presentation. This allows separation of data from the presentation medium (typically HTML) and facilitates machine-to-machine interchange of data.
ColdFusion users can leverage a native XML structure, Web Distributed Data Exchange (WDDX), via ColdFusion 4.0, or can use XML via Java tools using either GIAXT, MS's COM object, or use Java directly in ColdFusion 4.5.
PowerPoint (HTML) IE5 only
PDF 321 Kb
Examples Coming soon!
Examples of XSL transformations of XML to EDI & HTML
GIAXT: XSL transformations for ColdFusion
GIAXT: BizTalk & WDDX
WDDX 1.0 DTD
References W3C: XML 1.0 Recommendation, 02/1998
W3C: XSLT Proposed Recommendation, 10/1999
DTD: WDDX.org
DTD/Schema: MS's BizTalk
DTD: Ariba's cXML
Tech: GIAXT - GIA's XML Transformation for CF

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