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J2ME XML Development Using kXML
XML promises to be a technology that unifies mobile workers with enterprise applications. In this article, Bryan Morgan takes a look at the kXML parser designed specifically for the J2ME environment.

Type: XML  #Views: 332  Category: Article    

Streamline Your XML Searches
Imagine a customer has hired you to put together a solution for managing a huge quantity of XML information. The firm's team is using XML because it gives them flexibility in how the data is structured. They like the fact that they do not need to specify a given record structure up front, and they can change the XML structure of records whenever they need to.

Type: XML  #Views: 158  Category: Article    

An XML and RSS Overview
Learn some basics of an XML document and see how to use an XML variant, RSS, for the Web.

Type: XML  #Views: 165  Category: Article    

XML for Web Designers
No doubt, you have heard about XML. XML is everywhere. For Web designers, that can add to the confusion. If something is everywhere, it's nowhere. If only you heard "XML is the new HTML," then maybe you could wrap your mind around it as a markup language. But chances are, you've heard much more than that about XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 213  Category: Article    

Using XML Markup
Learn to use XML Attributes, Entity references and how to use them as shortcuts, how to include comments in your code, what CDATA sections are and how they are used, and processing instructions.

Type: XML  #Views: 204  Category: Article    

Software AG Launches XML Integration Portfolio
Software AG has launched XML Business Integration Portfolio, which bundles together a number of existing integration applications as well as adding a new Enterprise Information Integrator product that it said offers a single view of information stored in multiple systems.

Type: XML  #Views: 223  Category: Article    

Databases flex their XML
If you could do one thing to improve integration and automate processes with customers and business partners, it would be to implement XML, which has become the standard for exchanging information between disparate systems because it is easily transformed into any format. With very little effort, the same file can be sent to several different customers with their own specific needs. XML eases the development effort for the transmitting company and gives recipients a safety net for altering the way they use the data without having to alter how they receive it.

Type: XML  #Views: 126  Category: Article    

What's New in FOR XML in Microsoft SQL Server 2005
This first in a series of articles by Michael Rys details the major new capabilities of the server-side FOR XML clause in the next version of SQL Server. These enable you to further enhance the XML support in your applications and to write easy-to-maintain relational data-to-XML aggregations.

Type: XML  #Views: 185  Category: Article    

XML Planning Group Selected to Help Automate the State of Idaho Legislature
XML Planning Group has been selected to provide consulting services, training, and implementation expertise to the Idaho Legislative XML Application Project. Commenting on today's announcement, Devan Shepherd, Principal of XML Planning Group, stated, "XML Planning Group is ideally suited to perform the tasks required by the State of Idaho Legislative Services Office, having worked extensively on systems analyses and implementations in other State Legislatures." Based on its experience in similar environments, and its knowledge of the unique operations characterized by legislatures, XML Planning Group will offer general consulting, build XML models, provide knowledge transfer, and help the State of Idaho IT Team to implement the tools required for automation of the processes involved in creating bills, codifying laws, revising statutes, and publishing legislative documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 178  Category: Article    

Quick quiz: What is XML?
My CIO has mentioned XML six times lately, and I still don't know what it is.

Type: XML  #Views: 160  Category: Article    

Something Useful This Way Comes
The Semantic Web is a complex human undertaking. Which means, at the very least, that we should expect it to require a significant investment of time and effort and funding. Both the European Union, and the US Pentagon System, as well as many member companies of the W3C, have invested heavily in technologies directly related to the Semantic Web, including XML, RDF, OWL, and various rule and agent systems and languages.

Type: XML  #Views: 138  Category: Article    

XML and Dreamweaver
While certainly not a full-blown XML editor, Dreamweaver MX 2004 includes a fair amount of support for XML. This latest release eases the web designers' transition into the area of structured markup. Many web designers using Dreamweaver rarely view their code, preferring instead to stay within the safe confines of the Dreamweaver Design View. Other designers frequent Code View often while writing JavaScript, CSS or simply because they are well-versed in HTML and prefer to write code as opposed to the WYSIWIG, drag-and-drop methods. Viewing or writing XML files will force the designer into Code View and may provide for all the functionality that's needed for web designers working with XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 222  Category: Article    

Day Four: Reformulating HTML into an XML Application
XHTML embraces the rules inherent to XML but allows you to use the rules of HTML. XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag discusses how to reformulate HTML into an XML application.

Type: XML  #Views: 192  Category: Article    

The XML Economy
XML expert Benoit Marchal shares his vision of the convergence of XML and eCommerce - the “XML Economy.”

Type: XML  #Views: 162  Category: Article    

XML presses the publishing business
Adobe Systems Inc. on Monday joined an army of software vendors that are using XML (Extensible Markup Language) to transform the way documents are published.

Type: XML  #Views: 131  Category: Article    

Diebold and Brixlogic Team Up to Offer XML-Based Multi-Channel Banking Integration Solutions
Brixlogic, a provider of integration solutions for the financial services industry, today announced it has become an active member of Diebold's Partner Information Xchange (PIX) program. The PIX program enhances and promotes Diebold's relationship with software suppliers by supporting them from a technical and business perspective.

Type: XML  #Views: 180  Category: Article    

XML Tower of Babel - bring on UBL
XML is taking over the world for all sorts of good reasons (see my earlier article http://www.it-director.com/article.php?articleid=11152 ). But just as we thought that it would solve all our problems and let us build a tower up to the gods babble intervenes.

Type: XML  #Views: 182  Category: Article    

XML--Rodney, are we there yet?
After initially creating a lot of buzz in the late days of the dot-com boom, XML seemed in danger of becoming the Rodney Dangerfield of the technology world. Now, it appears that XML might finally be getting the respect it deserves in the marketplace.

Type: XML  #Views: 135  Category: Article    

XML and Distributed Computing
In this first of a new series on the XML-based revolution in distributed computing, Frank Coyle looks at XML-RPC as an alternative to code-entric distributed computing models.

Type: XML  #Views: 226  Category: Article    

Principles and Frameworks Around MSXML
Fabio Arciniegas, author of C++ XML, shows you how to use the Microsoft XML toolkit, MSXML, to create highly reusable DOM code (exemplified with a 3D rendering application) and to extend the Visual Studio product to automate DOM programming. He also discusses pitfalls and advantages of MSXML development and Wizard creation and reuse.

Type: XML  #Views: 192  Category: Article    

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