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Subject:RE: XML From:ctraynor -at- cybermation -dot- com To:TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM Date:Fri, 18 Feb 2000 07:59:17 -0500
Hi, I was just about to post my question regarding Framemaker and XML when
I discovered the attached posts.
I also have a similar question. We create our documents in Framemaker and
are exploring the XML option.
How reliable is Famemaker to XML? Anything I should be aware of (as a
result of your own experience)?
R&D Operations Manager
80 Tiverton Court
I'd be very interested in seeing what people who have been using XML have
say. If I'm using Frame, can I go straight to XML or are there intermediary
steps? Is XML geared to knowledge management or document management?
From: Sharon Burton-Hardin [SMTP:sharonburton -at- earthlink -dot- net]
Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2000 2:56 PM
I have a question that someone can respond to me off line about,
have a client who may want to move to XML. I generally know what it
need more info about doing docs that way - what is involved, etc.
And if anyone works for Computer Associates, can you please drop me
or give me a call at the number in my signature? I have a few
you as well.
President of the Inland Empire chapter of the STC