Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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[Document] structures can be matched with existing systems. Search queries can match the exact level in the XML document where the user needs to search for information.

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More and more companies are moving toward using Intranets to help manage documents, document creation, and document distribution. [...] Unless a user creates his own hierarchical structure, handling massive amounts of word documents is difficult at best. Finding information stored within these types of documents is even more frustrating. By using XML’s hierarchical document-handling capability, users can pick up and choose the exact data they want, without having to plow through all the rest.

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The problem of HTML is that IS departments must decide on standards: standards for creating files, standards for delivering information, and standards for storing, converting and searching for information on the company’s servers. As HTML offers no standards, these must be set by the developers themselves and therefore usually corresponds to what the designer wants, not what the company needs, whereas [XML requires for documents at least be well formed (Pitts-Moultis and Kirk, 1999: 98).


Pitts-Moultis, N. & Kirk, C. 1999, XML Black Book: Indispensable Problem Solver, The Coloris Group, Scottsdale, Arizona.]

More and more companies are moving toward using intranets to help manage documents, document creation, and document distribution.

[...]

Unless you create your own hierarchical structure, handling massive amounts of Word documents is difficult at best. Finding information stored within these types of documents is even more frustrating. By using XML’s hierarchical document-handling capabilities, users can pick and choose the exact data they want without having to plow through all the rest.

[...]

Document structures can be matched within existing systems. Search queries can specify the exact level in the XML document where the user needs to search for information.

[page 98]

First, information technology departments must decide on standards: standards for creating files, standards for delivering information, and standards for storing, converting, and searching for information on the company’s servers. HTML offers no standards. Instead, standards must be set by the developers themselves. HTML requires no conformity, whereas XML requires conformity for documents to be at the least well-formed and at the most valid. HTML browsers are notoriously forgiving, which means document structures usually correspond to what the designer wants, not what the corporation needs.

Anmerkungen

A source is given on p. 25 for the last paragraph, but it is not made clear that the text is so extensively copied. No quotation marks are used.

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As already discussed, the creators of HTML intended it as a document description language, not a format for the graphics, sound, and video which have become major components of many Web sites today. These developments have resulted in an unintended lack of formatting control that often causes problems with the display of a document and control of the size of a browser window. In order to correct these problems, XML includes DTD and XSL components that make the structuring and formatting of documents more friendly. As already discussed, the creators of HTML intended it as a document description language, not a format for the graphics, sound, and video which have become major components of many Web sites today. These developments have resulted in an unintended lack of formatting control that often causes problems with the display of a document and control of the size of a browser window. To correct these problems, XML includes DTD (Document Type Definition) and XSL (eXtensible Style Language) components that would make structuring and formatting documents more friendly.
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