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Usage Schemas to Tame ODF and OpenXML Down-Conversions

by Rick Jelliffe, O'Reilly Articles

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Using DB2 pureXML and ODF Spreadsheets

From the September 2010 issue of IDUG Journal  (International DB2 Users Group), an article by Nagesh Subrahmanyam. 

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Why ODF? - The Importance of OpenDocument Format for Governments

This ODF Alliance white paper describes how documents are the life blood of modern governments and their citizens. Governments use documents to capture knowledge, store critical information, coordinate activities, measure results, and communicate across departments and with businesses and citizens. Increasingly documents are moving from paper to electronic form. To adapt to ever-changing technology and business processes, governments need assurance that they can access, retrieve and use critical records, now and in the future.

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XForms and OpenDocument in

This is an excellent technical tutorial revealing the complementary relationship of two open standards: OpenDocument Format (ISO 26300) and W3C's XForms.  The tutorial presents the basic concepts of XForms, illustrating how to create form controls whose data is bound to parts of an XML data instance, and how to save that data in a local file or send it to a server.

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