Koen Verbeeck (1/24/2013)
What a stupid question. How can you possibly answer it with the limited details provided?
I first thought it was a joke :-D
"Pffft, who uses XML anyway?"
Xml os very handy when one has to deal with seriously unstructured data and or , for example, metadata concerning document storage. I worked for a client who had implemented a content management solution, and had to stote the metadata about all the scanned-in documents. Because of the wide range of data, xml turned out to be the most efficient way to store this data; but only as part of a relational model.
Space, the final frontier? not any more...
All limits henceforth are self-imposed.“libera tute vulgaris ex”