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 An XML schema is written for the logical model of the data. The schema is augmented with special DFDL annotations. These annotations are used to describe the native (non-XML) format of the data. This is an established approach that is already being used today in commercial systems. DFDL evolves this approach into an open standard capable of describing almost any format of text or binary data. An XML schema is written for the logical model of the data. The schema is augmented with special DFDL annotations. These annotations are used to describe the native (non-XML) format of the data. This is an established approach that is already being used today in commercial systems. DFDL evolves this approach into an open standard capable of describing almost any format of text or binary data.
  
-A good place to start to learn about DFDL is the [[http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/se-dfdl/ | Getting Started With DFDL]] page on IBM developerWorks. There is also a set of [[http://​www.xfront.com/​DFDL/​index.html | recently updated tutorials available on the XFront tutorial web site]].+A good place to start to learn about DFDL is the [[https://community.ibm.com/community/user/integration/viewdocument/​get-started-with-the-data-format-de|Getting Started With DFDL]] page on the IBM Community web pages. There is also a set of [[http://​www.xfront.com/​DFDL/​index.html | recently updated tutorials available on the XFront tutorial web site]].
  
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