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Using XML to Facilitate Information Management across Multiple Local Government Agencies

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Using XML to Facilitate Information Management across Multiple Local Government Agencies
The main barriers to the level of electronic data interchange required to seamlessly integrate services offered by legacy systems in an Internet environment are the need for applications to share a common data definition and the non-heterogeneity in database platforms. It is true that current web based services can prove effective as the foundation for small groups of collaborating organisations with an agreed standard ontology to conduct transactions over the Internet. This has been demonstrated by the retailing industry’s Collaborative Planning Forecasting and Replenishment initiative, and the PC manufacturing industry’s RosettaNet. However, some doubts remain as to whether these representations will scale to support automated commerce between large, loosely coupled groups wanting to access services and share data. These doubts are due to the wide variety of database systems in use and the way these systems are implemented and used. This paper details a collaborative research in...
G. M. Bryan, Joanne M. Curry, Carolyn McGregor, D.
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where HICSS
Authors G. M. Bryan, Joanne M. Curry, Carolyn McGregor, D. Holdsworth, R. Sharpl
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