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DEFINITION: Outline Processor Markup Language (OPML) is an XML file format used for creating outlines. As a result of the extensibility of the XML base, OPML has been used to organize many kinds of data as it may be customized for each application. The format is simple, self-documenting, extensible and human-readable. OPML allows a user to classify where content should be placed within a hierarchy as it is being  … 
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XML: Changing the Data Warehouse whitepaper
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: Technical white paper covering the impact of XML on data warehousing and how to deliver new levels of business analysis and bring users closer to their data.
Posted: 17 Mar 2011 | Published: 17 Mar 2011

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MARKUP LANGUAGES DEFINITION (continued): …  created. This feature makes the format extremely useful for the creation of "living documents," where relationships and content are continuously updated.OPML was created as a file format for an outliner application. An outline, in the context of information technology, is a hierarchy that explains how textual elements relate to each other; an outliner application is a text editor that gives the user control of the visible level of detail of a textual outline, allowing browsing and reorganization of the content according to its structure. Some OPML files may include data concerning size, position … 
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