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Short Take: WebBroker submitted as standard

The World Wide Web Consortium has formally acknowledged a submission from DataChannel for consideration of WebBroker as a standard. The WebBroker proposal, based on XML 1.0, simplifies how Web applications are written by supporting distributed objects such as CORBA and Microsoft's COM+ in a Web-native fashion. WebBroker could affect applications for electronic data interchange, enterprise resource planning, and e-commerce. DataChannel's RIO software relies on WebBroker.

The World Wide Web Consortium has formally acknowledged a submission from DataChannel for consideration of WebBroker as a standard. The WebBroker proposal, based on XML 1.0, simplifies how Web applications are written by supporting distributed objects such as CORBA and Microsoft's COM+ in a Web-native fashion. WebBroker could affect applications for electronic data interchange, enterprise resource planning, and e-commerce. DataChannel's RIO software relies on WebBroker.