Category Archives: Xml.Du.Jour

JustSystems sponsors Dave Raggett as W3C Fellow for work on XBRL and the Semantic Web

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Christopher Cox on XBRL

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OASIS Launches SAML XML.org Online Community

The OASIS international standards consortium today introduced a new XML.org online community web site dedicated to supporting the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML). The site (http://saml.xml.org) will serve as the official information resource for the SAML OASIS Standard, which provides an XML-based framework for online partners to exchange user authentication, entitlement, and attribute information. “SAML […]

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SEC Proposes Requiring Interactive Data Reporting [XBRL]

<ed.note>I told ya it was comin’…</ed.note> We are proposing rules requiring companies to provide financial statement information in a form that would improve its usefulness to investors. Under the proposed rules, financial statement information could be downloaded directly into spreadsheets, analyzed in a variety of ways using commercial off-the-shelf software, and used within investment models […]

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S.E.C. Moves Toward Requiring Interactive Data Filings

May 14, 2008, By Grant Gross, IDG News Service\Washington Bureau, IDG, NYTimes.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has taken a major step toward requiring publicly traded companies to submit their reports to the agency in an interactive data format, with backers saying the change will make financial reports easier to analyze. All three SEC […]

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OASIS Members Demonstrate Interoperability of XACML Access Control Standard in HITSP Health Care Scenario

San Francisco, CA, USA; 7 April 2008 — At the RSA Conference today, members of the OASIS open standards consortium, in cooperation with the Health Information Technologies Standards Panel (HITSP), demonstrated interoperability of the eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML) version 2.0. Simulating a real world scenario provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, […]

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HR-XML Related Presentations from Global Partnering and Integration Summit 2007

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About Time For Some More XBRL Stories

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Partners Converge

Dec 1, 2007 By Michael Fickes, securitysolutions.com After years of talk, physical security systems are finally converging with IT networks to automate new tasks. “We are all talking XML today,” says Mark Allen, director of enterprise convergence solutions with Hirsch Electronics Corp. in Santa Ana, Calif. “Today we can put a Web server on a […]

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Gleaning Resource Descriptions from Dialects of Languages, Open Virtual Machine Format Specifications write ups at Cover Pages

The World Wide Web Consortium has announced the publication of Gleaning Resource Descriptions from Dialects of Languages (GRDDL) as a W3C Recommendation, together with a separate GRDDL Test Cases Recommendation. The GRDDL specification represents "an important link between Semantic Web and microformats communities. With GRDDL (pronounced ‘griddle’), software can automatically extract information from structured Web […]

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