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XML has emerged as the universal standard for exchanging and externalizing data. Software products of all kinds are being upgraded to “support XML”. Typically this means they can import and export XML data. But just defining standard representations for exchanging data is insufficient. The data need to be integrated with existing applications and databases and processed by programs written in some programming language. The paper describes distributed applications constructed from Xbeans. Xbeans are Java Beans that manipulate XML data. With the appropriate set of Xbeans and a Java Bean design tool, it is possible to build useful distributed applications with little or no programming

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Distributed Objects and Applications, 2000. Proceedings. DOA '00. International Symposium on

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