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Document Object Model (XML) Level 1
The DOM Level One (Core) specification defines a set of object definitions that are sufficient to represent a document instance (the objects that occur withing the document itself). This specification is extends the DOM Level One (Core) specification such that document type definitions, entities, CDATA marked sections can also be represented.

Type: DOM  #Views: 185  Category: Article    

XML Reading Using DOM and SAX
There are two simple methods in my application: one is reading xml file by using DOM method and the other is reading the same file using SAX method. I’m not gonna explain the difference between DOM & SAX, only telling this that in DOM , a parser must read the whole file u r reading before u can read anything. In other words the file is loaded into the memory of your application, where DOM makes an object model of it, then u can traverse throw the elements of this object model & receive/update needed information.

Type: DOM  #Views: 314  Category: Article    

What is the Document Object Model?
The Document Object Model (DOM) is an application programming interface (API) for HTML and XML documents. It defines the logical structure of documents and the way a document is accessed and manipulated. In the DOM specification, the term "document" is used in the broad sense - increasingly, XML is being used as a way of representing many different kinds of information that may be stored in diverse systems, and much of this would traditionally be seen as data rather than as documents. Nevertheless, XML presents this data as documents, and the DOM may be used to manage this data.

Type: DOM  #Views: 208  Category: Article    

From Office DOM to XML DOM
Microsoft identifies itself with the Extensible Markup Language (XML) more than just about any other company. The company produced a readily available component for XML parsing within months of the convening of the XML committee, and it pushed for a view of XML that emphasized its ability to transfer any data—not just documents. It also raised the awareness of Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) to new heights and started more people out with the query aspects of XML than the rest of the industry combined.

Type: DOM  #Views: 294  Category: Article    

Programming XML: SAX and DOM
The Infoset is a nice idea, but it is barely useful if software cannot be written against it. Fortunately, there are two widely accepted programmatic interfaces based on the Infoset that allow documents to be manipulated and [de]serialized at the Infoset level, not at the character-stream/markup level: SAX and DOM.

Type: DOM  #Views: 269  Category: Article    

PHP and DOM: The Way of the Widget
This article looks at the DOM extension and how it can be used to read and generate XML, providing new solutions for web page generation.

Type: DOM  #Views: 456  Category: Article    

DOM XML: An Alternative to Expat
There are many xml tutorials for php on the web, but few show how to parse xml using DOM. I would like to take this opportunity to show there is an alternative to the widespread SAX implementation for php programmers.

Type: DOM  #Views: 779  Category: Article    

DOM for Web Services, Part 2
In the first article of this series, I discussed web service usage models and described XML processing requirements in web services. I also introduced W3C Document Object Model (DOM) and two of its popular implementations, MSXML and Xerces.

Type: DOM  #Views: 164  Category: Article    

DOM for Web Services, Part 3
In the first article of this series I discussed the XML authoring and processing requirements in web services, explained the DOM architecture along with the features in the three DOM levels, and introduced MSXML and Xerces, two popular DOM implementations.

Type: DOM  #Views: 202  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. We will consider each of the three DOM levels and apply the DOM functionality to explain why, when, and how to use the various features that W3C DOM offers. Each level provides a certain collection of XML authoring and processing features. Levels 1 and 2 have become W3C recommendations, while the third level is currently a working draft at W3C.

Type: DOM  #Views: 186  Category: Article    

XML DOM in .NET Framework - Part 1
I have searched over the net to find some material about the XML DOM but could not find that, so eventually I decided to write one, which will help the other developers to start working in XML DOM. Believe me, it is very easy, but the problem is where to start it. This article gives you some information about the XML DOM. The is the 1st part of the XML DOM implementation in .NET. It includes XmlDocument, XmlElement, XmlAttribute, XmlNode, XmlNodeList. The 2nd Part will cover XPath, XslTransform and XML and ADO.NET. So before starting this series I assume that you are familiar with the Xml.

Type: DOM  #Views: 445  Category: Article    

Ontonet Enterprise Class XML DOM
Many enterprise applications use XML, and those applications processing very large amounts of XML or performing complex operations with XML face limits. One major limit is the large memory requirements of conventional XML DOM implementations, since these XML DOM implementations require the entire XML DOM be in memory all of the time.

Type: DOM  #Views: 327  Category: Article    

Working with Xml DOM
The standard for representing data over the internet is indeed very powerful and has a lot of importance in today's connected world, but very few platforms have been able to fully support Xml and its various specifications. On the .NET Platform, Microsoft has clearly displayed its interest in supporting Xml by providing an extensive API that fully supports the latest Xml standards.

Type: DOM  #Views: 340  Category: Article    

XML via the Document Object Model: A Preliminary Course
XML is a powerful, flexible, and intuitive way to structure data but it does not, by itself, process, manipulate, or output data as such.

Type: DOM  #Views: 286  Category: Article    

Visual Basic and the XML DOM: An Annotated Example
One of the most frequently asked questions we get concerning XML and Visual Basic is about how to work with the Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML.DLL) that comes with Internet Explorer 5. It's fine knowing how to write XML, but one needs to know how to read and manipulate an XML file.

Type: DOM  #Views: 429  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: 272  Category: Article    

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