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XML's impact an databases and data sharing

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The Extensible Markup Language, HTML's likely successor for capturing much Web content, is receiving a great deal of attention from the computing and Internet communities. Although the hype raises unrealistic expectations, XML does reduce the obstacles to sharing data among diverse applications and databases by providing a common format for expressing data structure and content. Although some benefits are already within reach, others will require new database technologies and vocabularies for affected application communities

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Computer  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 6 )