FIDX OKs three more XMLs as industry standards

Carroll, Brian
August 2001
Furniture/Today;8/6/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 47, p33
Trade Publication
Reports that Furniture Industry Data Exchange (FIDX) has approved XML document markup language schemes for electronic business transactions. Intended purpose for the organization's move; Challenges expected to be encountered by FIDX in electronic commerce; Organization's plans of creating standards for order status requests and responses.


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