Despite these problems, W3C XML Schema is everywhere
Microsoft announced early
At a time when Microsoft was under fire for selectively implementing W3C specs, Andrew Layman
announced that Microsoft would support W3C XML Schema - before it was clear what that would really be.
Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Sun, etc.
Large vendors have provided the backbone justification for others to create W3C XML Schema-based
tools, sprinkling WXS from databases to Web Services.
Lots of tools produce
XML Spy, XML Authority, various data-binding tools (including Visual Studio .NET), and a raft
of others can produce W3C XML Schema, helping developers work with it through graphical or other familiar
Lots of tools consume
Microsoft Office XML 2003 expects WXS for much of its XML functionality, as do many Web Services
tools and lots of other software.
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