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XPath Querying Over DataSets with the DataSetNavigator
Arpan Desai discusses the DataSetNavigator, which provides the power and flexibility of the XML programming model without the overhead of having to convert the entire DataSet into an XmlDataDocument object.

Type: XPath  #Views: 826  Category: Article    

.NET and XML: Part 1—XPath Queries
The W3C (the World Wide Web Consortium, http://www.w3.org) published the XML 1.0 specification on February 10th, 1998. The XML 1.1 specification was published six years later, on February 4th, 2004. In these six years, XML has taken the industry by storm. XML has become the standard for how to describe and exchange data.

Type: XPath  #Views: 1111  Category: Article    

Location Steps and Paths in XPath
The idea behind XPath location paths is very much the same as directory paths, except that the XPath syntax can get much more complex and detailed. Steve Holzner explains.

Type: XPath  #Views: 794  Category: Article    

Get started with XPath
This tutorial introduces XPath and covers most aspects of it. It is aimed at people who do not know XPath or want a refresher. If you plan to use XSLT, you should take this tutorial first. You will learn: What XPath is, the syntax and semantics of the XPath language, how to use XPath location paths, how to use XPath expressions, how to use XPath functions, and how XPath relates to XSLT. XPath is a W3C standard. This tutorial covers version 1.0.

Type: XPath  #Views: 859  Category: Article    

Get started with XPath
This tutorial introduces XPath and covers most aspects of it. It is aimed at people who do not know XPath or want a refresher. If you plan to use XSLT, you should take this tutorial first. You will learn: What XPath is, the syntax and semantics of the XPath language, how to use XPath location paths, how to use XPath expressions, how to use XPath functions, and how XPath relates to XSLT. XPath is a W3C standard. This tutorial covers version 1.0.

Type: XPath  #Views: 669  Category: Article    

The Best of Both Worlds: Combining XPath with the XmlReader
Dare Obasanjo discusses the XPathReader, which provides the ability to filter and process large XML documents in an efficient manner using an XPath-aware XmlReader. With the XPathReader, one can sequentially process a large document and extract an identified sub-tree matched by an XPath expression.

Type: XPath  #Views: 628  Category: Article    

Optimizing XPath Queries
Two of XML's biggest strengths are its abilities to represent arbitrary types of data (e.g., purchase orders, financial transactions, calendar items) and to provide a platform-neutral format for exchanging data between business partners. Once you've decided to exchange XML data with your business partner, you need to agree on the XML grammar you'll use to exchange the data. You'll either invent your own custom XML grammar or adopt a predefined, industry-standard grammar such as the XML Common Business Library, xCBL (see http://www.xcbl.org for details about xCBL), if one is relevant to your application. In most cases, you'll build or obtain the XML Schema Definition (XSD) schema that defines the grammar you've created or selected. Although it's not a strict requirement, a schema provides a formal agreement between you and your business partner on the format of the exchanged data.

Type: XPath  #Views: 545  Category: Article    

Object Graphs, XPath, String Comparisons, and More
Question / Answers with Aaron Skonnard about Object Graphs, XPath, String Comparisons, and More.

Type: XPath  #Views: 528  Category: Article    

MSXML 3.0 Supports XPath 1.0, XSLT 1.0, XDR, and SAX2
If you've been watching the Microsoft® XML Web site (http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml), you've probably noticed the increased pace of MSXML releases. MSXML 2.0 shipped with Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 while MSXML 2.5 shipped with Windows® 2000. There was also an interim MSXML 2.6 release which included most of the features in the current 3.0 release with a few exceptions. There have also been several additional MSXML 3.0 releases this year. In this month's column, I'll describe the major enhancements made to MSXML since the original, version 2.0. These enhancements include new support for the official W3C XPath 1.0 and XSLT 1.0 specifications, improved support for the Microsoft XML Schema dialect known as XML-Data Reduced (XDR), and new support for the popular stream-based Simple API for XML (SAX). If you're not familiar with some of these terms, refer to The XML Files in the May 2000 issue, where I covered how all the core XML technologies fit together.

Type: XPath  #Views: 484  Category: Article    

XPath, XSLT, and other XML Specifications
When I wrote the first installment of The XML Files for the premiere issue of MSDN™ Magazine, I dove right into a discussion of XML-based persistence behaviors. This month I'd like to give you a proper introduction to this column. The XML Files will focus primarily on XML and the technologies that support it. Upcoming columns will provide a study of the technology specifications and standards (as defined by W3C, IETF, and so on), and the support for these technologies in Microsoft® products. The main goal of this column is to distill XML's undeniable merits from the noisy industry hype.

Type: XPath  #Views: 435  Category: Article    

Addressing Infosets with XPath
In my May 2000 column, I reviewed the set of W3C recommendations that most developers consider the current core of XML. The XML Information Set (Infoset) specification was probably new to most readers, including those already actively using XML. This lack of awareness mostly stems from the fact that XML was originally defined in terms of a concrete syntax, as opposed to an abstract data model. This makes it hard to approach XML without first thinking about angle brackets. The Infoset specification (http://www.w3.org/TR/xml-infoset) takes a few steps back and standardizes the abstract data model implied by the XML 1.0 and Namespaces recommendations.

Type: XPath  #Views: 389  Category: Article    

Things to Know and Avoid When Querying XML Documents with XPath
Inspiration for this article arose from a weekend where nothing that I expected to work on actually panned out. My significant other decided to take a celebratory trip to Las Vegas with a coworker, which coincided quite nicely with my plans to go to Ikea and pickup a bookcase so I could finally unpack my books since moving to Redmond a few months ago. After trundling around Ikea for two hours, I found a bookcase on display that fit the color scheme of my living room only to find out that some the necessary pieces were out of stock. I ended up ordering the bookcase and went home empty-handed. Unfortunately I had already unpacked my books at home and they were strewn all over my living room. This became the perfect opportunity to catalog my burgeoning library, and of course I chose to use XML to achieve this task.

Type: XPath  #Views: 422  Category: Article    

Adding Custom Functions to XPath
Guest author Prajakta Joshi discusses how to create custom functions for XPath using System.Xml APIs from the .NET Framework SDK. Topics include adding extension functions to XPath 1.0, a look forward to XPath 2.0, and using extension functions in XSLT.

Type: XPath  #Views: 265  Category: Article    

Building a Desktop News Aggregator
Dare Obasanjo builds a C# application that retrieves and displays news feeds from various Web sites. The application utilizes XPath, XSLT, XML Schema, the DOM, and XML Serialization in the .NET Framework.

Type: XPath  #Views: 257  Category: Article    

XPath Querying Over Objects with ObjectXPathNavigator
Steve Saxon discusses the ObjectXPathNavigator, which provides the power and flexibility of the XML programming model without the overhead of having to serialize an entire object graph into an XmlDocument object.

Type: XPath  #Views: 277  Category: Article    

EXSLT Meets XPath
Dare Obasanjo combines his efforts from a previous article on EXSLT with those of Oleg Tkachenko's article on creating multiple outputs from a single XSLT transformation to create a customer EXSLT library for the .NET Framework that includes support for EXSLT functions to regular XPath queries.

Type: XPath  #Views: 248  Category: Article    

Optimizing XPath Queries
Two of XML's biggest strengths are its abilities to represent arbitrary types of data (e.g., purchase orders, financial transactions, calendar items) and to provide a platform-neutral format for exchanging data between business partners. Once you've decided to exchange XML data with your business partner, you need to agree on the XML grammar you'll use to exchange the data.

Type: XPath  #Views: 270  Category: Article    

What's New in XPath 2.0?
Get a head start on XPath 2.0 by reviewing the new features.

Type: XPath  #Views: 209  Category: Article    

Evaluating Xpath for Structure-Shyness
Xpath is a standard from W3C (a "recommendation" in W3C parlance as opposed to "working drafts") that can be used to navigate/address parts of an XML document and is meant to be used with XSLT & XPointer standards from W3C which are the languages for document-transformation and Multi-directional links respectively. This project attempts to evaluate the structure-shyness of Xpath.

Type: XPath  #Views: 292  Category: Article    

Adding custom XPath functions to XSL
The XSL transformation is a powerful way of visualizing XML. The presence of extension objects makes it even more powerful. However it turns out that extension objects are very limited.

Type: XPath  #Views: 241  Category: Article    

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