April 5 webcast: The World’s First DFDL Implementation – Modeling Text and Binary Data Using WebSphere Message Broker V8


Dear WebSpherian,

Don’t miss the upcoming webcast: The World’s First DFDL Implementation – Modeling Text and Binary Data Using WebSphere Message Broker V8

Date: April 5, 2012
Title: The World’s First DFDL Implementation – Modeling Text and Binary Data Using WebSphere Message Broker V8
Time: 11 AM EDT (GMT -4)

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DFDL (Data Format Description Language, often pronounced “daffodil”) is a new standard for modeling and parsing all kinds of general text and binary data. IBM has created the world’s first production-ready DFDL implementation, and it is generally available in WebSphere Message Broker V8. Up until now you had to use proprietary languages such as WebSphere Message Broker’s MRM or WebSphere Transformation Extender’s type trees. DFDL gives you the option of utilizing an emerging standard from the Open Grid Forum which aims to become for text and binary data what XML Schema is for XML data – the open, standard way to model that kind of data. Join us for this webcast to gain a better understanding of the DFDL language and explore IBM’s DFDL offering, including eclipse tools for creating and testing DFDL schema files.

Sincerely,
The Global WebSphere Community Management Team

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