Chapter 10. Handling Data in WebLogic Workshop: Working with Schema and XML Beans

by Lawrence H. Kaye

Representing Data with XML

The Extensible Markup Language (XML) has revolutionized the computing world since its introduction in 1997. Designed as a standard way of representing data transferred over the Internet, XML is really a meta-language for specifying other markup languages. The language contains no predefined set of tags; rather, it offers a means of creating tags and the relationships between them. With this flexibility, XML has been used to represent data with applications ranging ...

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