In the computing world, there are a lot of file formats out there created by a multitude of companies for a variety of uses and reasons. Most of these file formats are very common to most users, because they are used practically every day for the purpose of storing and transferring information on a regular basis. There are times when the average computer user will stumble upon a file format that they've probably have never seen before, and don't quite know what to do with it. These file formats are often used by programmers and designers on programs that the vast majority of average computer users will most likely not bother to use. The file extension .xfdl is one of those file formats that not many people outside of the programming community will recognize, but it is one that helps makes the workflow of others much easier to deal with.
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XFDL stands for "Extensible Forms Description Language", and is also a class of the Extensible Markup Language, also known as "XML". The XFDL format is nearly the same as the XML format, except that XFDL offers far more options in regards to security, making it ideal for those who wish to create legally binding documents and forms. The files that carry this extension are normally used by businesses and government agencies that want to create secure online forms. Chances are, if you have had to fill out a legally binding government form online, then you have had your first encounter with a XFDL file. For those working with the XFDL format, it allows for precise control over form layout, allowing programmers to include custom items and options, as well as external code functions. The XFDL format is also considered "human readable", making it easier to program secure forms, and it is also "open standard", meaning that the format is not proprietary and is publicly available, with various rights to use associated with it. The XFDL format supports multiple digital signatures, plus those signatures can be applied to specific sections of a form in order to prevent changes to signed content. The XFDL format also provides a syntax for inline mathematical and conditional expressions and combines the Universal Forms Definition Language (known as UFDL) with XML.
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More Info Regarding File Extension Xfdl
The XFDL format was introduced in 1998 by e-commerce standards firm PureEdge (formerly known as UWI.com) and World Wide Web Consortium (known as W3C) editor Tim Bray. Work began on the XFDL format in 1993 at the University of Victoria, and underwent redesign in 1996 in order to address several shortcomings, including the inability for the existing language (that was based on XML) to express computations. Many companies and organizations have migrated to the XFDL format due to its capability in responding to the needs of e-commerce in regards to creating and utilizing secure legally binding documents and forms. Large organizations such as the United States Army have migrated to XFDL from other formats as a result.
PureEdge provides a XFDL viewer that can function as a standalone viewer or be integrated into an existing web browser. Another XFDL viewer that can be used in lieu of the PureEdge viewer is IBM Lotus Forms, which comes in a full featured trial version that is valid for 60 days. Forms that are received in the XFD format can also be opened and viewed with this product. While it is highly unlikely that this format can be used to transmit and spread viruses and other malware, it is always advisable to take caution and only open these files if they are from trusted sources. Spam e-mail that prompts you to view an XFDL file may contain malicious content and should not be opened.