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Chapter 16. Applying Saved InfoPath Data > Notes on This Case Study

Notes on This Case Study

This case study is based partly on a hypothetical situation and partly on a pervasive existing one. At the time of this writing, InfoPath is not a released product. The problem presented here, at least concerning InfoPath, has not actually occurred in a production environment.

However, InfoPath does create XML files. The issue of how to process XML files is current and real. Presumably, this issue will have wider impact as InfoPath is used in business. InfoPath performs flawlessly at its main intended function: structured data input. As InfoPath and XML gain in popularity, new problems will arise—such as the ones addressed in this case study. How will all this XML data be processed? Just creating XML data has no value. A main benefit of XML is its reusability.


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