contact book in xml - does anyone know the worldwide standard forthis one?

Discussion in 'XML' started by stapak, Jan 26, 2005.

  1. stapak

    stapak Guest

    I have a common (I guess) problem.
    I need to store my address book in format that would be independent on
    any e-mail clients - preferably in XML - to work sometimes on raw data.
    I tried to find something on the Web, however I did not find anything
    than some data converters and no common non-vendor standard.

    Does anyone know such XML-based open standard for storing and exchanging
    contact/address data?

    Regards,

    Stan
    stapak, Jan 26, 2005
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  2. stapak

    anonymous Guest

    Re: contact book in xml - does anyone know the worldwide standardfor this one?

    stapak wrote:
    > I have a common (I guess) problem.
    > I need to store my address book in format that would be independent on
    > any e-mail clients - preferably in XML - to work sometimes on raw data.
    > I tried to find something on the Web, however I did not find anything
    > than some data converters and no common non-vendor standard.
    >
    > Does anyone know such XML-based open standard for storing and exchanging
    > contact/address data?
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Stan


    I did an addressbook for a customer last year. Based on LDAP, the
    Java/LDAP layer returns XML with the Active Directory Fields they
    needed. An XSL stylesheet transforms the xml to a nice addressbook on
    their web site.
    anonymous, Jan 26, 2005
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