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GroupWise RSS Reader



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July 6, 2004 4:08 pm

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Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a dialect of XML for sharing headlines and Web content. A Web site administrator can publish one or more RSS feeds to give subscribers a “What’s new” overview of his Web site.

Because we’re all attached to our GroupWise client, I decided to write a little application that reads in preconfigured RSS feeds and stores its RSS messages into GroupWise rather than into a separate database system. By doing this, a GroupWise user can use all the great GroupWise features such as searching, filtering, and even “Notify” to check out new RSS feed messages.

See this article for details.

Authors:
Roel van Bueren
Ronald de Zwart

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