XML Information Integration
XML data integration; XML enterprise information integration
Information integration systems offer uniform access to a set of autonomous and heterogeneous data sources. Sources can range from database systems and legacy systems to forms on the Web, web services and flat files. The data in the sources need not be completely structured as in relational databases. The number of sources in a information integration application can range from a handful to thousands. XML information integration systems are ones that based on an XML data model and query language.
XML played a significant role in the development of information integration, from the research and from the commercialization perspectives. The emergence of XML fueled the desire for information integration, because it offered a common syntactic format for sharing data. Once this common syntax was in place, organizations could start thinking about sharing data with each other (or even, within the...
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