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A client recently asked EDS to design and support an EAI implementation based on XML messaging. The implementation of this solution created a need for an internal application that would allow multiple developers and analysts to create and manage a variety of XML documents. The solution needed to be inexpensive, flexible, extensible, and yet easy to manage. Since the client's environment and business needs are constantly changing, the company didn't want to spend excessive time on support and maintenance of internal applications. The solution also needed to leverage the effort EDS put into creating and maintaining XML documentation around these data services. To create the solution, EDS used two open-source technologies - Sleepycat's Berkeley DB XML (bdbxml) (www.sleepycat.com) and Cocoon (http://cocoon.apache.org). The Apache Cocoon product provides the XML-based ... (more)