Services and Business Computing Solutions with XML: Applications for Quality Management and Best Processes
Patrick C. K. Hung
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 2009 - Computers - 337 pages
Commercial systems built today are increasingly using XML technologies for storing any amount of text or data.
Services and Business Computing Solutions with XML: Applications for Quality Management and Best Processes collects the latest research for academicians and practitioners that describes the use and synergy between data structure technologies. This book explores and investigates various issues of XML data and related applications summarized by Web services.
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