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[ANNOUNCE] New XML Schema Data Model Repository  RSS feed

Ivan Pedruzzu
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[announce] Dear XML and Web Service Community - Stylus Studio has published an XML Schema Library containing a comprehensive listing of industry-specific schema vocabularies and OASIS Catalogs. These reference materials which include complete data type information and XML schema documentation are available to help you in working with your XML content. The following schema vocabularies have been published:

  • Agricultural Markup Language 1.0
  • Chemical Markup Language Schemas (CML)
  • Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) 1.3.2 Schemas
  • ebXML 3.0 Schemas
  • Genealogical Exchange File Format 1.0 Schemas
  • Global Justice XML Data Model 3.0.3 Schemas
  • Google Base and Google Sitemap Schemas
  • GraphML 1.0 Schemas
  • HR-XML Consortium Library 2.4 Schemas
  • Mathematical Markup Language 2.0 Schemas (MathML)
  • Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization Schemas (MISMO)
  • Microsoft Office 2003 Suite Schemas
  • Maven Schemas
  • Petroleum Industry Data Exchange Schemas
  • Research Information Exchange Markup Language Schemas (RIXML)
  • Scalable Vector Graphics 1.1 Schemas (SVG)
  • Universal Business Language Schemas (UBL)
  • Universal Description, Discovery and Integration 1.0 Schemas (UDDI)
  • Voice Extensible Markup Language 2.0 Schemas
  • Web3D Standard Schemas
  • Simple Object Access Protocol and Web Services Description Language Schemas
  • eXtensible Business Reporting Language 2.1 Schemas (XBRL)
  • XForms 1.0 and XEvents Schemas
  • Extensible HyperText Markup Language 1.0 Schemas (XHTML)
  • Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP/Jabber) Schemas

  • One of the benefits of using XML Schema is that it supports a modular design through use of user-defined type definitions, a flexible namespace mechanism, and the ability to easily import and include XML schema libraries. XML Schema is thus designed to promote the reuse of data models. So, if you're working on an industry specific XML application, consider using an existing industry standard XML data model instead of starting from scratch each time. The standardized XML data models were designed by consortiums of industry experts that have put considerable time and effort into data modeling. Check out the XML schema library for free today.

    [ September 02, 2006: Message edited by: Ivan Pedruzzu ]
    [ September 02, 2006: Message edited by: Ivan Pedruzzu ]
    It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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