Study of Security of Material Information Management Based on XML

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Enterprise Information, especially in the manufacturing process, material information management is a key technology. If some companies or individuals need to communicate or exchange the material information between them and they use incompatible systems, what style of data file will be chosen to exchange? Converting the data to XML can greatly reduce this complexity and create data that can be read by many different types of applications. This paper describes basic principle about XML(Extensible Markup Language) and its security, then analyzes an application of its security.

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Jing Guo

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444-449

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S. Yu and G. M. Azar, "Study of Security of Material Information Management Based on XML", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 224, pp. 444-449, 2012

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November 2012

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