[dfdl-wg] example of MS Biztalk dfdl-like annotations
beckerle at us.ibm.com
Thu Jul 14 13:43:02 CDT 2005
I'm not sure though. I found other materials on Biztalk indicating that
theortically it is an LL(k) parser which can be set to "unbounded"
lookahead, and that is not consistent with implied limitations that you
So who knows really?
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Re: [dfdl-wg] example of MS Biztalk dfdl-like annotations
Interesting. The problem the author observes at the end is one we
at the F2F. It can be solved in DFDL using regular expressions, or by
multiple parsing. It looks like BizTalk does not support this? If so it
means there are a large class of data structures that it can not easily
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[dfdl-wg] example of MS Biztalk
12/07/2005 19:47 dfdl-like annotations
I found this link to the Microsoft biztalk style of annotations. Thought
some of you might like to surf it. There's no news here. Just indicates a
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