The Desktop Management Task Force (DMTF) approved a number of Extensible Markup Language XML specs earlier this month, and expects a number of key vendors, including Tivoli and Novell, to state their backing for XML at Networld+Interop in Atlanta next week.
The DMTF wants the industry to use XML to implement the Common Information Model (CIM) as a standard object description schema for Web management tools.
The new specs are final versions for public release, and they include Document Type Definition v1.0; Encodings for CIM Schema v2.0.1; Mapping Specification v1.0; Whitepaper XSLStyle Sheet; and XSLStyle Sheet.
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