Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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BauernOpfer, Fragment, Gesichtet, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Svr, Webber 1998

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[Better] yet with XML markup creating objects and meta-data new uses for catalogues, that allow customers to request information based on criteria and rules can be setup. Also XML documents include web-style content such as graphics and multimedia, nut [sic] just bare text (Webber 1998a: 39).

Webber, D. 1998a, “Introducing XML/EDI Frameworks”, Electronic Markets, vol. 8, no.1, pp38-41.

Better yet with XML markup creating objects and meta-data new uses for catalogues, that allow customers to request information based on criteria and rules can be setup. Also XML documents include Web style content such as graphics and multimedia, not just bare text (figure 2).
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XML is touted as an industry neutral language that could revolutionize information exchange in much the same way that HTML has defined the Web. But XML's greatest strength, which is allowing developers to custom-build systems for data exchange, could also be its downfall, leading to incompatible versions that could tarnish XML's cross-industry appeal, analysts said. (Cnet News 1998).

Wong, W. 1998, “XML to revolutionize info exchange”, Cnet News, 31 Dec [Online]. Available: http://www.news.com
Accessed: 13 May 1999.

XML is touted as an industry-neutral language that could revolutionize information exchange in much the same way that HTML has defined the Web. But XML's greatest strength--allowing developers to custom-build systems for data exchange--could also be its downfall, leading to incompatible versions that could tarnish XML's cross-industry appeal, analysts said.
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XML is still young in terms of practical development experience. Critics fear that the relentless flood of specification development and marketing endangers the discovery and communication of solid XML programming experience. They see a threat in overselling the XML idea, and would prefer to see the hype machine slow a little and getting on with building practical systems instead. The XML world is still a young one in terms of practical development experience, and the most interesting sessions at XML conferences are ones where individual developers share the techniques and tricks they've discovered for processing XML.

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The relentless flood of specification development and marketing endangers the discovery and communication of solid XML programming experience. It's time to slow the hype machine a little, take a rest, and get on with building practical systems.

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Fragment, Gesichtet, Johnson 1999, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Svr, Verschleierung

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As XML standardization efforts have not really caught on yet, organizations find it easier to create custom tags and just map data to achieve interoperability. Many corporations today are building effective XML utilities without waiting for standardization. Experts point out that this is not much of a problem after all, as it is easy to map one application's tag set to another if and when tagging standards change. XML is flexible enough, as long a high-level set of rules is followed. Companies are not looking for external definitions of XML tags, they are rather building their own sets of tags for internal use and translating them to communicate with external partners.

XML has barely penetrated the vast established base of Web browsers and other HTML tools, which means XML data may not display properly in all applications. Older browsers do not natively render XML. Companies still have to convert XML to HTML on the fly. That is one feature to look for in an XML application server.

XML standardization efforts haven't really caught on, organizations find it easier to create custom tags and just map data to achieve interoperability.

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But many corporations today are building effective XML utilities without waiting for standardization. Moore points out that it's easy to map one application's tag set to another if tagging standards change. "XML is flexible enough, as long as I follow a high-level set of rules," he says.

Gilpin agrees. Companies aren't looking for external definitions of XML tags, he says. They're building their own sets of tags for internal use and translating them to communicate with external partners, he says.

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XML has barely penetrated the vast established base of Web browsers and other HTML tools, which means XML data may not display properly in all applications. Older browsers don't natively render XML, points out Don Klein, Ingenta's manager of new media services. Ingenta still has to convert XML to HTML on the fly. That's one feature to look for in an XML application server.

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