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<ANNOUNCE>Building XML Workflow Applications

Hi Everyone,

A new XML tutorial by Dr. Kay was just released, "Buiding XML Workflow
Applications". Dr. Michael Kay argues that the bulk of the application
logic required for typical XML workflow applications can be written in
high-level XML processing languages, notably XSLT and XQuery, with
individual components linked together in a pipeline processing
framework. By writing the logic in these high-level languages (rather
than say Java or C#), the biggest benefit you gain is flexibility and
adaptability - the ability to change the application in response to
changing business needs. XML gives you this flexibility in terms of
data design; don't lose it by writing applications that freeze the data
structure into Java or C# classes. Building XML Workflow Applications
covers the following topics:

Modeling XML Workflow Applications
Choosing a Centralized or Decentralized Architecture
The Life-Cycle of a Document
Finding Resources using Directory Services Markup Language
Writing XML Workflow Applications

You can read this new tutorial here:
http://www.stylusstudio.com/xml/workflow.html

Sincerely,
The Stylus Studio Team
http://www.stylusstudio.com

Feb 24 '06 #1
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