Cover Pages Newsletter May 06, 2003

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W3C Releases Ten Working Drafts for XQuery, XSLT, and XPath.
Through collaborative and coordinated effort between W3C's XML Query
Working Group and XSL Working Group, a collection of ten working draft
specifications has been issued for public review. "XQuery 1.0 and
XPath 2.0 Data Model" and "XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Functions and
Operators" are Last Call WDs. XPath 2.0, XSLT 2.0, XQuery 1.0, and
other specifications are dependent upon the data model, functions, and
operators defined in these two working drafts.

IRS Modernized e-File Team Releases New XML Schemas for Corporate
Income Tax.
A posting from Barr Joan (US IRS Modernized e-File Team) announces the
release of XML schemas governing e-filing of income tax information
for US corporations. The release includes some 750 XML schema files
used by tax preparation software developers and tax preparers in
automated e-filing and validation of IRS forms data. The schemas cover
TY2002 1120 forms, including the Production Release v1.0 (53 forms)
and Candidate Release V2.0 (43 forms).

OASIS Forms Business-Centric Methodology Technical Committee.
OASIS has issued a call for participation in a newly formed Business-
Centric Methodology Technical Committee. The TC members plan to create
a specification which will provide business managers with a set of
clearly defined methods with which to acquire agile and interoperable
e-business information systems. The interoperability specification
design will build upon existing research and technology such as the
project work developed at DFAS.

Commerce One Releases Open Source DocSOAP XML Developer Kit for
Document Style SOAP.
Commerce One has announced the release of an Open Source, royalty free
Web services and SOAP XML Development Kit. The DocSOAP XML Development
Kit (DocSOAP XDK) is designed to provide developers and businesses
with advanced XML and SOAP tools to take advantage of Web services
technology, particularly when used to handle the large business
documents associated with e-commerce integration and the development
of composite applications.

Call for Participation in W3C P3P and Enterprise Privacy Policy
A call for papers has been issued for the upcoming W3C Workshop on the
Long Term Future of P3P and Enterprise Privacy Languages. The Workshop
is hosted by the Independent Center for Privacy Protection and will be
held in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany on June 18-20, 2003. The
organizers have invited position papers that discuss technology or
policy with respect to P3P, privacy metadata, and fine-grained
enterprise privacy languages.

Corel Smart Graphics Studio Uses SVG for Graphical Applications
Corel has announced the availability of its Corel Smart Graphics
Studio development platform, designed to speed and simplify the
creation of SVG-based smart graphics. 'Smart graphics' are a new form
of enterprise-class, graphically-rich application built using open
standard SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) to transform XML and legacy
data into powerful and compelling intranet and extranet applications.
A free trial version is available.

Selected Articles and Papers
Selections of abstracted and annotated articles/clippings at:

"XML Key Management (XKMS 2.0) Requirements." Edited by Frederick
Hirsch (Nokia) and Mike Just (Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat,
TBS). W3C Note 05-May-2003. Latest version URL: This document lists the design
principles, scope and requirements for XML Key Management
specifications and trust server key management implementations. It
includes requirements as they relate to the key management syntax,
processing, security and coordination with other standards activities.
"Style Stylesheets to Extend XSLT, Part 1. Use XSLT as a Macro
Preprocessor." By Joseph Kesselman (Advisory Scientist, IBM). From IBM
developerWorks, XML zone. May 6, 2003. XSLT is a very general-purpose
document transformation processor. Joe demonstrates in this two-part
series that stylesheets are themselves documents, so XSLT can be used
as a portable preprocessor to automatically enhance the behavior of a
"Arbortext 5 Leapfrogs Competitors." By [Seybold Bulletin Staff]. In
The Bulletin: Seybold News and Views On Electronic Publishing Volume
8, Number 31 (May 7, 2003). At its user-group meeting this week,
Arbortext previewed Arbortext 5, a new version of its XML editing and
cross-media publishing sofware. The new version updates Arbortext's
Epic editor and E3 publishing engine and introduces three new
products, two of which break new ground in the XML publishing arena.
"Corel Introduces Smart Graphics Studio." By [Seybold Bulletin Staff].
In The Bulletin: Seybold News and Views On Electronic Publishing
Volume 8, Number 31 (May 7, 2003). Corel announced last week the
release of its Smart Graphics Studio, a suite of server and client
applications for building dynamic vector graphics using the Scalable
Vector Graphics (SVG) standard.
"XML Certification Quizzer. Validating Your XML Skills." By Joel
Amoussou (XMLMentor.Net). In XML Journal Volume 4, Issue 5 (May 2003).
This column has two objectives. The first is to help you prepare for
IBM Test 141 on XML and related technologies. The second is to help
you learn XML by offering tips for designing and optimizing XML
"Introduction to LBXML Operator." By Bing Li (Arizona State
University). In XML Journal Volume 4, Issue 5 (May 2003). With source
code. LBXML Operator is a Java API-based XML tool that supports
insertion, modification, searching, and removal on XML files.
"Database-Driven Charting Using XSLT and SVG. Controlling Finer
Details of Data-Driven Scalable Vector Graphics." By Avinash Moharil
and Rajesh Zade. In XML Journal Volume 4, Issue 5 (May 2003). With the
help of XSLT, XML data can be transformed into SVG graphics. SVG
drawings can be dynamic and interactive, which gives tremendous
flexibility when building data-dependent graphics such as charts. The
Document Object Model (DOM) for SVG, which includes the full XML DOM,
allows for straightforward and efficient vector graphics animation.
"Statements on Demand Using XSL-FO. Online Presentation that Offers
Better Quality." By Douglas Lovell (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center).
In XML Journal Volume 4, Issue 5 (May 2003). Implementations of the
XSL standards make it relatively simple to produce online account
statements on demand as PDFs, with quality equaling that of statements
that are printed and sent via mail. This article demonstrates the
capability for generating statements online as PDF by implementing a
real-world example.
"What's New in Windows Server 2003." By Shawn Wildermuth. From
O'Reilly (May 05, 2003). The author provides a list of
the top ten features you should know about in Windows Server 2003.
"Orchestration Promise Meets Reality. [Tools and Technologies.]" By
Richard Adhikari. In Application Development Trends Volume 10, Number
5 (May, 2003), pages 46-50. Business process flows face mounting
roadblocks as standards fights escalate; but emerging tools and
business demands could force a resolution.
"XML Group Cooks Up World Wide Database." By Paul Festa. In CNET (May 06, 2003). The leading Web standards group has released
ten draft XML specifications intended to make the Web perform more
like a database.
"Microsoft Office Word 2003 XML: Memo Styles Sample." By Frank C. Rice
(Microsoft Corporation). From Microsoft MSDN Library (April 2003).
Microsoft Office Word 2003 has added a number of features related to
working with XML. These features are integrated in new task panes,
menu options, and additions to the object model. In this article, the
author examines some of these features from the perspective of the
user interface and programmatically.
"Interoperability Strategy: Concepts, Challenges, and
Recommendations." By Industry Advisory Council (IAC) Enterprise
Architecture SIG. Concept Level White Paper Developed for the Federal
Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office (FEA-PMO). April 03,
2003. 31 pages. The purpose of this paper is to provide some
background on the issues underlying the interoperability challenges,
to shed some light on potential approaches to dealing with the
problem, and to offer some specific recommendations, based on industry
experience, that government at all levels can implement to rapidly
address this challenge.
"Business Process Execution Language for Web Services. [BPEL4WS.]" By
Tony Andrews (Microsoft), Francisco Curbera (IBM), Hitesh Dholakia
(Siebel Systems), Yaron Goland (BEA), Johannes Klein (Microsoft),
Frank Leymann (IBM), Kevin Liu (SAP), Dieter Roller (IBM), Doug Smith
(Siebel Systems), Satish Thatte (Microsoft - Editor), Ivana Trickovic
(SAP), and Sanjiva Weerawarana (IBM). Version 1.1. 5-May-2003. 136
pages. Copyright (c) 2002, 2003 BEA Systems, International Business
Machines Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, SAP AG, and Siebel
Systems. Updates the 'version 1.1' specification of March 31, 2003.
Identified as a copy of the final version of the BPEL4WS V1.1
specification which the authors plan to submit at the first meeting of
the WSBPEL TC on May 16, 2003.
"Sun Joins Rivals' Web Services Program." By Gavin Clarke. From
Computer Business Review Online (May 06, 2003). Sun told ComputerWire
it is joining the Web Services Business Execution Process Language
(WSBPEL) technical committee and plans to attend the group's kick-off
meeting on May 16, 2003.
"OASIS Unit to Promote Business Process Specification." By Darryl K.
Taft. In eWEEK (May 05, 2003). OASIS has formally announced the
formation of a technical committee to promote a standard for
interoperable business processes and business process execution for
Web services orchestration.,3959,1054515,00.asp
"Applications: XML, Web Services Pave the Way." By Shawn P. McCarthy.
In Government Computer News Volume 22, Number 10 (May 05, 2003). For
the first time, a majority of the tech community has agreed on a
unified way to call functions remotely on multiple systems. It's a
vendor-neutral approach that can reach across manifold operating
systems, databases and applications.
"XQuery Marks the Spot." By Jack Vaughan. In Application Development
Trends (May 05, 2003). "XML has been accompanied by a slew of 'X-
centric' helper tools, APIs, and standards such as XSLT, XPath and, of
late, XQuery. To cast some light on this technology, ADT spoke
recently with Jonathan Robie, XML program manager at DataDirect
Technologies as well as a member of the W3C's XML Query Working Group
that is at work on XQuery.
"RSS Pushes Old Concept With New Technology." By Richard Karpinski. In
BtoB-Online (May 05, 2003). Savvy marketers are beginning to tap a
promising new one-to-one channel called RSS -- Rich Site Summary or
Really Simple Syndication, depending on who's asked.
"IRS Makes XML Schema Its Business." By Patricia Daukantas. In
Government Computer News Volume 22, Number 9 (April 28, 2003), page
16. The IRS released its final XML schema for the 94x forms in January
2003. To expand electronic filing, IRS officials realized that they
had to go beyond the forms for individual taxpayers and develop e-
filing for business customers.
"Office 2003 is XML-Friendly." By Carlos A. Soto. In Government
Computer News Volume 22, Number 9 (April 28, 2003), pages 1, 12. The
GCN Lab recently tried out the first and second beta versions of the
Office 2003 suite, which Microsoft plans to release this summer.
"Intelligence and Military Look to XML to Share Data." By Wilson P.
Dizard III. In Government Computer News Volume 22, Number 9 (April 28,
2003), page 8. The US Defense Department and the government's
intelligence agencies are turning to Extensible Markup Language tags,
registries and schemas as a way to share data across disparate
systems. The main focus is the Intelligence Community System for
Information Sharing, a backbone network shared by intelligence
"Plain Text and XML: A Conversation with Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas,
Part X." By Bill Venners. In Interviews (April 30, 2003).
Pragmatic Programmers Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas talk with Bill Venners
about the value of storing persistent data in plain text and the ways
they feel XML is being misused.
"Developing E-Business Interactions with JAXM." By Nikhil Patil
(Cysive, Inc). From the O'Reilly Network (April 30, 2003).
JAXM, the Java API for XML Messaging, defines a lightweight Java API
for composing, processing, sending, and receiving XML documents. The
goal of JAXM is to provide a rich set of interfaces for document-style
web services.
"Creating Richer Hyperlinks with JSP Custom Tags." By Amit Goel [WWW].
From the O'Reilly Network (April 30, 2003). This article
presents a simple approach to achieving multi-destination hyperlinks
using a combination of JavaServer Pages (JSP) custom tags and XML.
Multi-destination links give users the choice of where they want to
go, as opposed to single-destination links.
"DSDL Interoperability Framework." By Eric van der Vlist. From
(April 30, 2003). While W3C XML Schema has had rapid uptake in many
web services and data-oriented XML applications, another set of
technologies, ISO DSDL, has been under development by the self-
proclaimed 'document-heads.' The author introduces ISO DSDL as well as
the Document Schema Definition Languages, and gives an overview of the
work underway to create the DSDL Interoperability Framework.
"The Extensible Rule Markup Language." By Jae Kyu Lee (Professor of E-
Commerce and Management Information Systems, Graduate School of
Management at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,
Seoul) and Mye M. Sohn (Associate Research Fellow, Korea Institute for
Defense Analyses, Seoul). In Communications of the ACM (CACM) Volume
46, Issue 5 (May 2003), pages 59-64. ISSN: 0001-0782. XRML explicates
the rules implicitly embedded in Web pages, enabling software agents
to process the rules automatically... the implicit rules embedded in
Web pages must be identifiable, interchangeable with structured-format
rule-based systems, and accessible by applications.
"Web-based XML Editing with W3C XML Schema and XSLT." By Ali Mesbah.
From (April 30, 2003). This feature focuses on schema
technology, in particular, using W3C XML Schema documents to generate
HTML forms-based user interfaces for XML document editing. Ali Mesbah
presents the thinking behind the creation of 'MetaXSL GUI,' an XSLT
stylesheet for creating forms from schemas.
"RSS on the Client." By John E. Simpson. From (April 30,
2003). RSS is a simple format for syndicating web site metadata
continues in its widespread adoption. This week John Simpson reviews
which client-side applications are available for viewing RSS files.
"Public Key Cryptography Demystified." By Robert J. Brentrup. In
Syllabus Magazine Volume 16, Number 10 (May 2003), pages 29-31, 41.
Confidential personal information, legal documents, commercial
transactions, and sensitive data increasingly are being transmitted
over campus networks and the Internet every day. At the same time, the
network environment is becoming more hostile and vulnerable to attack.
Public key technology (PKI) has an important role to play in helping
us protect our information and to be able to rely on the network to
handle transactions of increasing value.
"Is XQuery an Omni-Tool?" By Uche Ogbuji. In Application Development
Trends (May 01, 2003). In covering so many bases, XQuery attempts to
set an overall standard for an XML processing model and mechanism
prematurely. With its sprawling and ambitious requirements/use cases,
XQuery claims territory in almost every task typical for developers
using XML.
"XNS Addressing Specification v1.1." Submission by XNSORG of the XNS
Addressing Specification v1.1 to the OASIS Extensible Resource
Identifier Technical Committee. Document posted 2003-05-01 by Drummond
Reed to the OASIS Extensible Resource Identifier TC document
repository. Edited by Dave McAlpin (Epok Inc.) and Drummond Reed
(OneName Corporation). March 26, 2003. 21 pages. XNS Addressing
provides addresses for a network of linked XML documents and has a
need for a standardized syntax. However unlike XPath, which was
designed primarily for programmatic use and includes many additional
functions for querying data sets within an XML document, XNS
addressing must fulfill requirements for machine efficiency, human
usability, and identity persistence.
"The (Data) Medium is the Message." By Simon St. Laurent. From
O'Reilly Developer Weblogs (April 30, 2003). There is no general way
for an XML document to serve as an efficient foundation for relational
queries, nor is RDF much good at modeling XML's mixed content. While
it may be convenient in some cases to serialize objects to XML, it
requires lots of metadata if the object needs to be reconstituted in
the same form, and the XML produced by serializations often looks
alien to people who actually care to work with XML itself.
"A Normal Form for XML Documents." By Li-Yan Yuan (Professor,
Department of Computing Science, University of Alberta, Canada). 40
pages. Reading reference for the course "Modern Database Management
Systems" (Winter Term, 2003); the course covers research topics in
advanced database management systems as well as emerging database
techonologies, with emphasis on XML data and XML support for object-
oriented database management systems.
"An Information-Theoretic Approach to Normal Forms for Relational and
XML Data." By Marcelo Arenas and Leonid Libkin (University of
Toronto). Paper for presentation at the 22nd ACM SIGACT-SIGMOD-SIGART
Symposium on Principles of Database Systems (PODS 2003), San Diego,
USA, [June 9-12] 2003. Normalization as a way of producing good
database designs is a well understood topic; however, the same problem
of distinguishing well designed databases from poorly designed ones
arises in other data models, in particular, XML. We use techniques of
information theory, and define a measure of information content of
elements in a database with respect to a set of constraints.
"JXTA and Peer-to-Peer Networks." By Sing Li. In Dr. Dobb's Journal
#349 Volume 28, Issue 6 (June 2003), pages 30-34. "JXTA is an open-
source development project for creating a P2P substrate that's
applicable to any hardware or software platforms. In this article I
examine the difficulty in creating a generic presence solution, them
present a workable solution for a P2P chat application on a JXTA P2P
"An Embeddable Lightweight XML-RPC Server." By M. Tim Jones. In Dr.
Dobb's Journal #349 Volume 28, Issue 6 (June 2003), pages 60-67.
Embedded Systems. The author examines the XML-RPC protocol for
providing network-based RPCs, presents a lightweight server for
embedded designs, and takes a look at two XML-RPC clients written in C
and Python that communicate with the lightweight XML-RPC server.
"Tip: Make Your CGI Scripts Available via XML-RPC. Providing a
Programmatic Interface to Web Services." By David Mertz, Ph.D.
(Interfacer, Gnosis Software, Inc). From IBM developerWorks, XML zone.
For a large class of CGI scripts, it is both easy and useful to
provide an alternate XML-RPC interface to the same calculation or
lookup. If you do this, other developers can quickly utilize the
information you provide within their own larger applications.
"Using Extensible Markup Language-Remote Procedure Calling (XML-RPC)
in Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol (BEEP)." By Ward K. Harold
(IBM, Austin, Texas). IETF Network Working Group, RFC. Reference:
Request for Comments #3529. Category: Experimental. April 2003. 15
pages. XML-RPC is an Extensible Markup Language-Remote Procedure
Calling protocol that works over the Internet. It defines an XML
format for messages that are transfered between clients and servers
using HTTP. This document specifies a how to use the Blocks Extensible
Exchange Protocol (BEEP) to transfer messages encoded in the XML-RPC
format between clients and servers.
"Towards a Core Ontology for Information Integration." By Martin Doerr
(Institute of Computer Science, Foundation for Research and
Technology, Heraklion, Greece), Jane Hunter (DSTC Pty, Ltd., Brisbane,
Australia), and Carl Lagoze (Computing and Information Science,
Cornell University, Ithaca NY). In Journal of Digital Information
Volume 4, Issue 1 (April 2003). In this paper, we argue that a core
ontology is one of the key building blocks necessary to enable the
scalable assimilation of information from diverse sources.
"Corel Software Gets Smart on XML." By Paul Festa. In CNET
(April 30, 2003). Corel has released a new set of tools for creating
enterprise application graphics that meet industry recommendations.
"Clean Up Your Schema for SOAP. Updating XML Schemas to be SOAP-
Friendly." By Shane Curcuru (Advisory Software Engineer, IBM
Research). From IBM developerWorks, Web services. April 29, 2003, More
and more projects are using XML schemas to define the structure of
their data. As your repository of schemas grows, you need tools to
manipulate and manage your schemas. The Eclipse XSD Schema Infoset
Model has powerful querying and editing capabilities.
"Sun Faces Challenges With Java." By Yvonne L. Lee. In Software
Development Times (May 01, 2003). A month before JavaOne, Sun
Microsystems Inc.'s annual developer conference, the talk has moved
away from the familiar 'How will Java compete against Microsoft's .NET
Framework?' to whether Sun continues to be the appropriate standard-
bearer for the language and Web services framework, and whether
JavaOne continues to represent the interests of the entire Java
"Sun Readies Revamped Java/XML Integration Server." By Elizabeth
Montalbano. In InternetWeek (April 30, 2003). In a project code-named
Ganymede, Sun is working to combine facets of its current integration
software products to build a pure J2EE integration server; the new
software is part of Sun's Project Orion strategy to 'bake' all of its
Java middleware into its Solaris operating system.
"Microsoft to Expose Passport as XML-enabled .NET Web Service This
Summer. Officials Give Update on .NET." By Paula Rooney. In CRN (April
30, 2003). As part of its growing portfolio of .NET services,
Microsoft will expose its Passport authentication service as an XML
Web service this summer; the forthcoming Microsoft Passport Web
Service, which will support XML and the delivery of SOAP messages over
HTTP, joins existing Microsoft Web services such as .NET Alerts and
MapPoint Web Service.
"Corel Preps Vector Graphics for Business Use." By Rich Seeley. In
Application Development Trends (April 30, 2003). Corel Corp. has
announced the availability of its new Smart Graphics Studio, SVG
technology for creating and publishing open-standards graphics; the
tools make it possible to take business data and existing graphics
such as CAD files and convert them into useful applications.
"SCO Directs Attention to New Software." By Stephen Shankland. In CNET (April 29, 2003). SCO Group's fastest-growing revenue source
stems from its efforts to enforce proper licensing of its software,
but the company announced Web services software Wednesday that could
steer some attention back to the company's products as well.
"SCOx Overview: Understanding and Getting Started with SCOx." By Erik
W. Hughes, Simmi K. Bhargava, and Thor Christianson. SCO Overview
White Paper. April 29, 2003. SCOx is SCO's technology framework used
to deliver business applications and online services to key markets.
Through this framework, SCOx lets solution providers plug their
existing and new applications into a web services environment; provide
billable, metered services; and leverage a fleet of resellers for
selling the SCOx-enabled applications.
"Stenbit Details Defense's Plans for a Metadata Registry." By Dawn S.
Onley. In Government Computer News (April 30, 2003). The US Defense
Department can't achieve net-centricity without a policy for managing
the millions of lines of code in use throughout the department;
applying metadata tags is a critical first step in controlling data
while ensuring ease of access.
"Web Services Finds Royalty-Free OASIS." By Martin LaMonica. In ZDNet
News (April 30, 2003). A group within OASIS will meet next month to
discuss the technical development of Business Process Execution
Language for Web services (BPEL) -- to help standardise specifications
for automating complex business processes.,,t272-s2134107,00.html
"OASIS Takes On Workflow Specification. Committee to Craft Standard
Based on Spec from IBM, Microsoft, BEA." By John Fontana. In InfoWorld
(April 30, 2003). The Organization for the Advancement of Structured
Information Standards has agreed to form a committee to investigate
crafting a Web services standard for process workflow.

Selected from the Press
Selected references for abstracted and annotated industry news at:

"Arbortext 5 Simplifies Multichannel Publishing for Dynamic Content.
New Products Reduce Hidden Costs and Inefficiencies, Improve Content
Creation and Publishing."
"TIBCO Delivers First Solution for Enterprise-Scale Management of
Metadata. TIBCO XML Canon Sets the Standard for XML Enterprise
Metadata Management."
"SeeBeyond Sponsors Formation of Technical Committee for Web Services
Business Process Execution Language (WSBPEL). OASIS Member Supports
Merging of Competing Specifications to Accelerate Development of Open
Standards for Business Process Integration."
"SCO Outlines SCOx Web Services Strategy for Future Growth. Company to
Roll Out Technology Framework for Integrated Web Services Applications
at SCO Forum."
"Corel Smart Graphics Studio Now Available."

Selected references from the events calendar at:

Online Information 2003.  December 2 - 4, 2003. Olympia Conference
Centre and Grand Hall, Hammersmith, London, UK.

Fifth O'Reilly Open Source Software Convention (OSCON) 2003.  "Extend
and Embrace."  July 7 - 11, 2003.  Portland Marriot Downtown,
Portland, Oregon, USA.

ELPUB 2003.  ICCC/IFIP Seventh International Conference on Electronic
Publishing. June 25 - 28, 2003. University of Minho, Guimaraes,

The Eighth Global Grid Forum (GGF8).  "Building Grids: Obstacles and
Opportunities."  June 24 - 27, 2003. Seattle, WA, USA.

IEEE Conference on E-Commerce (CEC 2003).  June 24 - 27, 2003. Newport
Beach, California, USA.

Open Publish 2003.  June 23 - 25, 2003, Sheraton Society
Hill Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

EEMA 2003. EEMA Sixteenth Annual Conference. "Management and
Compatibility of Web Services: The Impact on Your Business."  June 16
- 18, 2002.  Prague, Czech Republic.

Eighth Annual Arbortext User's Group International Conference. AUGI
2003. May 7 - 9, 2003. Adam's Mark Hotel, San Antonio, Texas, USA.

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