At one time, publishers worked in a well-defined specialized area. Their job was to format content for a single print channel, delivering primarily PostScript or PDF. Although the Information Technology (IT) function was entirely outside of the publishing process, they were responsible for providing the computing environment that publishers used.
This white paper provides a perspective on the use of XML standards and managing styles during document publishing and describes how XPP supports standards-based publishing.
XML is an adaptive publishing engine that formats structured data into consumable content for print, PDF, or virtually any other format for output.