Content Assembly Mechanism is an actively used xml format created in 2002. Content Assembly Mechanism (CAM) is an XML-based standard for creating and managing information exchanges that are interoperable and deterministic descriptions of machine-processable information content flows into and out of XML structures. CAM is a product of the OASIS Content Assembly Technical Committee. The CAM approach aligns with the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) approach and assists with producing Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD). Read more on Wikipedia...
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Example code from the web:
<CAM CAMlevel="1" version="1.1"> <Header/> <AssemblyStructure/> <BusinessUseContext/> <Extension/> <!-- Optional, repeatable --> </CAM>
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