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Re: [ontolog-forum] RDF vs. EAR

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From: Duane Nickull <duane@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 06 Dec 2011 10:21:36 -0800
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Ah - WRT to RDF/XML parsers, I have to agree.  It is not the parser per se
but the mandatory registered callbacks for specific events such as
encountering an RDF triple in the raw parse stream.    (01)

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On 11-12-06 9:30 AM, "Kingsley Idehen" <kidehen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:    (04)

>On 12/5/11 11:15 PM, Duane Nickull wrote:
>> On 11-12-05 5:45 PM, "Kingsley Idehen"<kidehen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
>>> Yes, but for bootstrap at InterWeb scale, it hasn't worked. Today's
>>> developer aren't ready to absorb the cost of parser development
>>> especially in the Open Source era where purchasing commercial quality
>>> grade libraries isn't the preferred options. People really like the
>>> "Free" part of the "Freedom" aspect of Open Source. Basically, they
>>> the "Free Beer" and that's where XML parser problems start.
>> DN: I have to disagree with this.  I've worked in the commercial
>> industry since XML was a recommendation in 1998 and have worked on
>> numerous solutions around B2B.   The most widely used XML parsers are
>> FOSS.  Xerces, JDOM et al for Java are driving most large businesses XML
>> parsing requirements. Almost every language has good XML capabilities.
>I should have said: RDF/XML parsers. That's the nightmare.
>> The main cost of XML interchange is mapping the instance data to the
>> business services based on its' semantics.
>As per my statement above, I should have been clearer, the context of my
>XML comments was really RDF/XML.
>We have built our own XML parsers and also evaluated those of others.
>When used appropriately XML is very useful.
>1. http://www.ohloh.net/p/4186/analyses/latest -- one of our FOSS
>projects, note the XML percentile re. source code (circa. 1998 we
>developed DBMS hosted XML and XSLT parsers prior to eventual open source
>release) .
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