Virtual centricity is a concept that places special database business data at the center of your database design efforts and forces your application requirements into the role of becoming the embedded reality of your operational software. This is accomplished special database by setting up an articulate plan that allows for scripting of database mappings between XML tags and function pointers to the relevant Read-Write routines found in the XML code that acts as a glue holding the syntax in a pattern suited for business special database semantics.
An XML-based architecture fits into a real-time operating system as the special database embedded requirements of a business application. The real-time operating system provides the business application with low-level services such as memory allocation, network services (TCP/IP), and semaphores. The business special database application software provides the system with its unique value, the device's "reason for being." In the business code, there is assumed to be an autoresponder agent-either developed in-house or purchased special database commercially. In addition, there is a set of management information objects which access the device data for management via the autoresponder.
The XML embedded software consists of a series of special database wrapper routines (scripted tagged-access methods) for the requirements data found in the business software. Lastly, since there are as many different ways of representing data as there are individual developers and designers, a viable Web-based special database management solution needs the data access written in a special format that it can understand. This special format is an agile business-centric perspective referred to as virtual centricity. Some common characteristics regarding the virtual centricity special database include the following factors that must be written into the syntax of the software and tightly mapped into a pattern of named-tags associated with the XML tree structure and corresponding database. Recognition of the facts that data flows in from one or more sources while some data is static.