What does XDR stand for?
XDR stands for XML for Data Representation
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We could easily misspell one of them without any warning from the compiler. In the XML Data Binding version, misspelling a function name which identifies an element would lead to a compile error. Also note that the code in the DOM version is conceptually split into two parts. The first part extracts the data from the raw representation of XML provided by DOM. The second, much smaller part, implements the application logic and is essentially the same as the XML Data Binding version.
Most of the excitement around XML is around a new role as an interchangeable data serialization format. XML provides two enormous advantages as a data representation.
If the given value is of an unexpected type, that type must be explicitly specified. The type of an element can be specified using the TY attribute. 19690219 1969 2 a The TY attribute determines all the features of a value, i. e. all the expected attributes child-elements and content data and their representation.
The following is the definition of a ·user-derived· datatype which is a better representation.
XML data binding refers to a means of representing information in an XML document as a business object in computer memory. This allows applications to access the data in the XML from the object rather than using the DOM or SAX to retrieve the data from a direct representation.