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Markup languages

By Chemical Engineering |

The World Batch Forum (WBF; St. Louis, Missouri; edlinks.chemengonline.com/6891-542) has released new versions of its two, XML-based markup languages for implementing the ANSI/ISA S88 and S95 standards and their international countrerparts IEC-61512 and IEC/ISO-62264. Enhancements in Version 2.0 of WBF’s Batch-to-Manufacturing Markup Languages (B2MML) and Batch Markup Language (BatchML) include greater compatibility with popular programming tools and improved ease of use in a number of areas, says WBF. The WBF schemas are available free of charge.  
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