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Introduction to xml

Extensible Markup Language (XML) and C  Extensible Markup Language (XML) and C

 The .NET Framework uses XML extensively. The Framework Class Library (FCL) provides an extensive set of XML-related classes. Much of Visual Studio's internal implementation also employs XML. In this paper, we introduce XML, XML-related technologies and key classes for creating and manipulating XML documents....

Building an XML Architecture  Building an XML Architecture

 This is a tutorial which comes with the ability to guide the users in making ecommerce solution by building it on XML. The author says that XML based ecommerce sites always allow future modification. In addition this tutorial insists that building an XML architecture for ecommerce solution is the safest and cost effective one....
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XSLT/XPATH tutorial  XSLT/XPATH tutorial

 In this 28 page tutorial, you will go from not knowing much about XML/XSL/XPATH to finishing with a working knowledge of XSLT and XPATH....

Extend JAX-RPC Web services using SOAP headers  Extend JAX-RPC Web services using SOAP headers

 This is an article where people can gather information about handling SOAP headers with JAX-RPC SOAP handlers. The author clearly explains about the performance of the JAX-RPC SOAP handlers in adding SOAP headers to an outgoing message and also in removing SOAP headers from the incoming message.In addition author also offers deployment models and JAX-RPC programmatic configuration and explains their functions in this process....

XSL Formatting Objects  XSL Formatting Objects

 XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO) are the second half of the Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL). XSL-FO is an XML application that describes how pages will look when presented to a reader. A style sheet uses the XSL transformation language to transform an XML document in a semantic vocabulary into a new XML document that uses the XSL-FO presentational vocabulary. While one can hope that Web browsers will one day know how to directly display data marked up with XSL formatting objects, for now an additional step is necessary in which the output document is further transformed into some other format, such as Adobe's PDF....
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An Introduction to XML Templates with SQL Server 2000  An Introduction to XML Templates with SQL Server 2000

 An Introduction to XML Templates with SQL Server 2000 is an simple and easy to understand tutorial through which the programmers can get details about easy methods of using XML templates in SQL server 2000. From this artcile they can also learn about several template parameters, about the method of accessing the SQL data over HTTP etc....

XPointers  XPointers

 XPointer, the XML Pointer Language, defines an addressing scheme for individual parts of an XML document. These addresses can be used by any application that needs to identify parts of or locations in an XML document. For instance, an XML editor could use an XPointer to identify the current position of the insertion point or the range of the selection. An XInclude processor can use an XPointer to determine what part of a document to include. And the URI in an XLink can include an XPointer fragment identifier that locates one particular element in the targeted document. XPointers use the same XPath syntax that you're familiar with from XSL transformations to identify the parts of the document they point to, along with a few additional pieces....

XML Tags  XML Tags

 This is an online article that details on XML tags. In this tutorial the author says that XML's tags are used to define the elements with attributes about the elements. The author also explains the bracket usage on the XML tags. This tutorial covers end tag, element, element tag, element type, element content etc., for a better reference....
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Introduction to XML  Introduction to XML

 XML, the Extensible Markup Language, has been hailed as a technical revolution comparable in scope to sliced bread and the wheel. This tutorial cuts through the hype to show you what XML is all about. XML is an important new technology that will revolutionize the web. Just as important, XML isn't rocket science. There's no reason you can't start using XML to transform your business today...

Thinking XML: Patent filings meet XML  Thinking XML: Patent filings meet XML

 This tutorial clearly explains about the background of the XML based e-filing. Author provides information which are gathered from patent organisations. He elaborately discusses about the patent filings that is useful for the readers to use XML. Author practically describes how to do patent filing on XML by gathering information from experts....

IBM developerWorks Live! Technical briefings  IBM developerWorks Live! Technical briefings

 Programmers can find three types of briefings first one is by geography, second one is by country / religion and the last one is by type. They can gather more information about software development including new advanced technologies, techniques and products which are collected as briefings from all over the web. It makes programmers in resulting a quality solution in their effective software projects....

Xml-Tutorial and the domain as sample  Xml-Tutorial and the domain as sample

 Xml is useful to do a lot of background-things - and can be helpful to create and manage a domain. So the tutorial has a lot of (downloadable) sample: Splitting a xml-document in parts using entities, importing xml-fragments from textfiles and validate a document against the set of imported DTDs, using namespaces. Combined with Xsl plain Html can produced, a freeware tool allows to do this recursive and produce UTF-8 or UTF-16 as output....

XSLT/XPATH tutorial  XSLT/XPATH tutorial

 In this 28 page tutorial, you will go from not knowing much about XML/XSL/XPATH to finishing with a working knowledge of XSLT and XPATH....

XML Schema : What You Need to Know and Why  XML Schema : What You Need to Know and Why

 People can learn more things about XML schema from this tutorial. This tutorial elaborately discusses about its roll on webservices. This tutorial provides users an extraction of the most important things including restriction, complex type, name space consideration, important usage etc., which have to be understood by the users. People can also learn about the tool usage through this tutorial....

Herong's Notes On XML Technologies  Herong's Notes On XML Technologies

 This is a tutorial which has a collection of notes and comes in a book format. People can utilize this tutorial to learn several things about XML, this tutorial is categorised into topics like XML syntax, Simple API for XML (SAX), XML Browsers, XML Schema Definition (XSD) etc., and each category is divided into few sub titles also. So people can gather more information about XML technologies from this book....

Roundtrip issues in Java coding conventions  Roundtrip issues in Java coding conventions

 This is a tutorial in which programmers can find some tricks and tips in programming. This tip is about the importance of the java coding conventions to enable the roundtrip. Programmers can clearly learn about how java coding conventions are essential in roundtripping with the help of this tutorial with several examples....

A survey of XML standards, Part 4  A survey of XML standards, Part 4

 The world of XML is vast and growing, with a huge variety of standards and technologies that interact in complex ways. It can be difficult for beginners to navigate the most important aspects of XML, and for users to keep track of new entries and changes in the space. XML is a basic syntax upon which you develop local and global vocabularies. Previous in-depth articles have presented the most important standards relating to XML. This fourth article, provides a detailed cross-reference of all covered standards....

A Technical Introduction to XML  A Technical Introduction to XML

 This introduction to XML presents the Extensible Markup Language at a reasonably technical level for anyone interested in learning more about structured documents. In addition to covering the XML 1.0 Specification, this article outlines related XML specifications, which are evolving. The article is organized in four main sections plus an appendix....

XML Matters: GUIs and XML configuration data  XML Matters: GUIs and XML configuration data

 Over time, XML has permeated many niches. One area where XML is used increasingly is in the configuration of graphical user interfaces, especially in elements that are persistent but should not be fixed at compile-time. In this installment, David looks at the use of XML in Mac OS X`s Aqua GUI, and in the K Desktop Environment (KDE) which is either standard or available in most modern Linux distributions....

Tip: Use data dictionary links for XML and Web services schemata  Tip: Use data dictionary links for XML and Web services schemata

 When designing XML and Web services schemata you will often (and ideally) reuse data elements defined in pre-existing standards. If so, it is extremely useful to include links to such standards, providing precise data dictionary references. In so doing, you make processing and maintenance easier to automate. This tip illustrates this practice....

 

 

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