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XML and objects-the future of the e-forms on the Web

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Many organisations are using the Web for electronic commerce or purely for the collection and dissemination of information based on forms and tables. For many of these organisations a bespoke Web design with specialised Java Script is what they want. However, for organisations not wishing to make this investment, a flexible system based on a standard XML DTD could fit the bill. Fully functional e-forms can be prepared and maintained for a fraction of the price of a bespoke Web design. Based on a combination of the knowledge of the real meaning of data and metadata, XML and the Web, and object oriented technology, there is a new way to develop e-forms and to integrate them with applications

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Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises, 1999. (WET ICE '99) Proceedings. IEEE 8th International Workshops on

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