This column is adapted from the book Universal Meta Data Models by David Marco and Michael Jennings (John Wiley & Sons).

Last month's column presented the meta data sourcing layer of a managed meta data environment (MME), along with a walk-through of two of the most common sources of meta data: end users, and documents and spreadsheets. This month's column will walk through the remaining common meta data sources: messaging and transactions, applications, Web sites and e-commerce, and third parties.

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