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Using DOM in Java
This article helps you understand: What is Document Object Model (DOM); Parsing XML Files with DOM The DOM Tree structure; Building a New DOM Document Converting DOM; Documents to XML Files

Type: DOM  #Views: 3052  Category: Article    

Use DOM to create data-driven HTML documents
The Document Object Model can be a powerful object-oriented tool for creating data-driven HTML documents. See how DOM can be used in conjunction with XML data islands to increase the efficiency of your Web applications.

Type: DOM  #Views: 2576  Category: Article    

XML Parsing With DOM and Xerces (part 1)
The Simple API for XML (SAX) is just one approach to parsing XML. An alternative approach is the Document Object Model (DOM), which builds a data tree in memory for easier, non-sequential access to XML data fragments. In this article, find out how to combine the Java-based Xerces parser with the DOM to create simple Java/XML applications.

Type: DOM  #Views: 4044  Category: Article    

Using the XML DOM with Visual C++ and COM
The XML Document Object Model, or DOM, is a very powerful and robust programmatic interface that not only enables you to programatically load and parse an XML file, or document, it also can be used to traverse XML data. Using certain objects in the DOM, you can even manipulate that data and then save your changes back to the XML document. A full and comprehensive look at all the DOM's functionality would be impossible in the space provided here. So in this article I'll highlight some of the power of the DOM by using it to load an XML document and then iterate through the document's elements.

Type: DOM  #Views: 4277  Category: Article    

DOM and SAX Are Dead, Long Live DOM and SAX
Most serious books, tutorials, or discussions of XML processing for programmers mention, even if only in passing, DOM and SAX, the two dominant APIs for handling XML. A general discussion of XML programming which failed to mention DOM and SAX would be as neglectful of its duty as would a monarchical subject who, upon entering the royal chambers, failed to acknowledge the presence of the King and Queen. Failing to acknowledge the potentate is simply one of the things one must never do.

Type: DOM  #Views: 1828  Category: Article    

Reading, Storing and Transforming XML Data in .NET - Introduction
Unless you happened to be involved in some other career field, it would almost impossible to not realize that XML is steadily growing as a common data exchange format that can used be across any platform. As long as you conform to standard XML specifications, you can send your XML file anywhere, have it parsed or searched, and displayed as if it were perhaps on your local computer.

Type: DOM  #Views: 1780  Category: Article    

DOM for Web Services, Part 3
In this third and final article of this series I demonstrate the use of Xerces, which is the most popular Java-based implementation of DOM. In this article's first section I develop a couple of Java classes that can create and process SOAP messages.

Type: DOM  #Views: 1036  Category: Article    

DOM for Web Services, Part 3
In this third and final article of this series I demonstrate the use of Xerces, which is the most popular Java-based implementation of DOM This will demonstrate the basic DOM features of Xerces. In the second section I demonstrate the use of some other important features, including:

Type: DOM  #Views: 976  Category: Article    

DOM for Web Services, Part 2
This second article discusses MSXML in detail. I use MSXML DOM to perform a WSDL to HTML transformation in order to generate a user interface for a web service.

Type: DOM  #Views: 892  Category: Article    

Using Microsoft's XMLHTTP Object to Get Data From Other Web Pages
There are several popular commercial COM components that retrieve data from other web sites via HTTP requests, such as AspTear and AspHTTP. There is another lesser know option from Microsoft, however. Microsoft's suite of XML DOM (Document Object Model) components includes the XMLHTTP object.

Type: DOM  #Views: 1214  Category: Article    

Extract XML/DOM-friendly data from a JDBC database
This article will show you how to build an interface that can read any JDBC-compatible relational database, creating a ResultSet that can later be translated into almost any type of character output.

Type: DOM  #Views: 964  Category: Article    

microdom: an XML DOM Designed For HTML
microdom was originally designed as the underlying library for a Python web templating framework called Woven. Starting out as a generic implementation of a subset of the W3C XML DOM API for manipulating XML trees, microdom quickly grew to support HTML-specific features.

Type: DOM  #Views: 910  Category: Article    

The XML Web
In this short article, I'll talk about how the "HTML Web" is moving towards the "XML Web".

Type: DOM  #Views: 954  Category: Article    

DOM for Web Services, Part 1
In this first article of a three-part series, I offer a tutorial of the W3C Document Object Model (DOM) with particular application to web services. Here we will discuss, explain, and demonstrate what DOM can do for the XML authoring and processing required by web service applications.

Type: DOM  #Views: 807  Category: Article    

DOM Developer's Guide
This guide introduces the Microsoft COM implementation of the Document Object Model (DOM). The DSOM provides a navigable set of classes that directly reflect the W3C Document Object Model (DOM) Level 1 specification. These classes enable you to construct an XML document in memory.

Type: DOM  #Views: 1001  Category: Article    

DOM for Web Services, Part 2
This second article discusses MSXML in detail. I use MSXML DOM to perform a WSDL to HTML transformation in order to generate a user interface for a web service. I will demonstrate the use of MSXML on both client and server sides. On the client side, I'll use JavaScript inside a browser and, on the server side, MSXML inside an ASP.NET page.

Type: DOM  #Views: 899  Category: Article    

DOM Basics with C++ and MSXML
In this article, I'll cover the essential things you need to know about how to use the MSXML DOM implementation from C++. We'll start with DOM and MSXML/C++ basics, and then review two very simple programs that consume and produce XML documents.

Type: DOM  #Views: 1259  Category: Article    

The Object Model-based approach
The previous section presented the event-driven approach to handling XML documents. There is another option for the handling of XML documents: the "object model" approach. This approach is also known as the "tree based approach," and it is based on the idea of parsing the whole document and constructing an object representation of it in memory.

Type: DOM  #Views: 992  Category: Article    

Dare to script tree-based XML with Perl
Parsing an XML document into tree structures makes it possible to operate on the tree structure of the data. Find out how to use the functions for accessing and manipulating the document tree, and follow a sample stock-trading application that uses Perl, DOM, XML, and a database to evaluate trading rules. (You can apply the same techniques with other scripting languages, including Tcl and Python.) This is the second installment on using scripting languages to manipulate and transform XML documents.

Type: DOM  #Views: 1037  Category: Article    

The Object Model-based approach
The previous section presented the event-driven approach to handling XML documents. There is another option for the handling of XML documents: the "object model" approach. This approach is also known as the "tree based approach," and it is based on the idea of parsing the whole document and constructing an object representation of it in memory.

Type: DOM  #Views: 879  Category: Article    

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