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Subject:FW: document management and xml From:"Jessica N. Lange" <jlange -at- OEE -dot- com> To:"TechWR-L" <TECHWR-L -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Thu, 2 Dec 1999 07:45:47 -0500
(Posted to the list for the archives)
I have no personal experience, but a magazine I happen to be
reading (skimming-- :-) --who has time for more?) has an article
on this, which you may want to look at (looks like the article is online).
Image & Document Solutions, www.imagingmagazine.com
"Web DNA -- XML Builds Powerful Publications"
Also worthwhile, for hints of future directions:
"WebDAV -- DNA of the Web"
Hope that helps,
Jessica N. Lange mailto:jlange -at- oee -dot- com
Technical Communicator, Ohio Electronic Engravers, Inc.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Johnson Andy
> > I am working on a project where documents written in Word will be
> > converted
> > to XML. The XML format will allow display via browser, custom document
> > creation, and powerful search capabilities.