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Discipline-Specific Markup Languages

Currently, perhaps the best cross-industry sources of information on discipline-specific markup languages can be found at xml.org. Two sections on that site are useful: the catalog and the repository. The repository has echoes of the EDI approach.

In addition, the ebxml.org site has an embryonic document repository for e-business standards, which is likely to accumulate a significant number of relevant standards over the next few months.

A further source of such information, again in an early form, can be found on the http://www.biztalk.org Web site.

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Most active organizations mentioned can be linked to from the xml.org or ebxml.org sites.

This type of activity is being carried out at a frenetic pace ...

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