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hi Author and ranchers
Can OO patterns and concept apply to XML for coding?
As a know, some e-business application is used XML to code, but I have learnt some class diagram and sequence diagram, both of these are used to java programming. So, any method or diagram is used specific for XML and also it can apply OO concept in design for XML.
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XML and object-oriented programs are such different beasts that, while there are patterns for structuring XML documents, they are vastly different from the patterns of OOP. Remember, XML is about structuring data and OO is about structuring functionality...
 
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hi siu chung man
There are many XML design patterns in this link.
 
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Ar..yes
One thing I want to know more
Can the XML be using OO concept to build up?
And One question is out of this topic
Can the XML build in business logic or Java Program?
It means that using XML to describe the Java program as data and convert the data(Java Program) to business logic.
Thanks for your time to answer
[ April 25, 2004: Message edited by: siu chung man ]
 
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Yes, business logic and business processes can be described in XML -- it's a language like any other (when looked upon from far enough ). However, it's usually not the best fit for describing such things. Scripting languages would probably be a lot closer to the optimal language for that...
 
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