Wed, Jan 12 2005 10:47 AM
Spot the difference
Frans Bouma already wrote some stuff about the delay of WinFS.
WinFS probably won't be present in Longhorn for a long while.
Especially interesting since I've just recently read this article about SOA on MSDN.
It's also downloadable as Word doc.
Now, can you find the difference?
I'll make it easy for you.
On page 11 of the Word doc you'll read:
“WinFS,” the code-name for the next-generation storage platform in “Longhorn,” is one key innovation that will make “Longhorn” critical to your connected systems strategy. This new structured file system will permit schematized storage of information using an extensible type system. Microsoft will deliver initial support for common types and encourages development groups to schematize the information their applications use for greater reusability of critical organizational information. “WinFS” will greatly reduce the cost of replicating service information for local and offline manipulation.
Now try to find the word “WinFS” in the webbased article...
I guess Microsoft forgot the remove this section in the webpage
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