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  XML and Portals
  Posted on Tuesday May 16, @07:24AM Pacific
XML There are few applications more obviously well-suited than that of XML in a portal. Portals, whether Internet or intranet, aggregate information from diverse sources and present it in a uniform interface. XML is capable of representing diverse information in a uniform syntax, addressable with one consistent toolset. In Internet portals, XML provides a great way to efficiently aggregate and present content. Inside the enterprise, XML can go one step further, via the ability to export from the portal. This has the effect of turning the portal into a key integration step in internal and external business systems. Read more at XML.com.

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