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Creating C++ Interpreters for XML Extension Languages
Fabio Arciniegas, author of C++ XML, shows you how to create C++ interpreters for custom XML extension languages. The process is exemplified with the construction of an XML language to control a graphic processing application, including image manipulation primitives, loops, and conditionals.

Type: XML  #Views: 275  Category: Article    

A simple XML database for your Windows applications
I want to create a Windows Application that allows a user to enter/edit/access data that he or she creates without connecting to a remote database. I want all of the data accessing to be local. Is this possible? I was thinking maybe using XML files to store the data and read the data. I hear this question quite often and have answered a related question in March. In that article I showed one Builder reader how to persist data from a remote RDBMS to the local hard drive and then read that persisted data back into the application. Your question however calls out two different areas that I did not cover in that answer:

Type: XML  #Views: 267  Category: Article    

Loading XML into Gecko-based browsers
Mention client-side XML to a group of Web developers and the majority of them will think of Microsoft Internet Explorer and either MSXML2 or MSXML3. But when it comes to client-side XML support there is an alternate to MSXML, namely Gecko. Just because nobody is in your face touting the XML support features of Mozilla and Netscape doesn’t mean that the support doesn’t exist. In fact, Gecko supports XML, XSLT, XPath, XMLHTTP, SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) and MathML. The only real lack in Gecko’s XML support is how few people know about it, but I intend to remedy that with my big mouth.

Type: XML  #Views: 231  Category: Article    

Extract XML document statistics with PHP
As more and more content moves to the XML format, and as XML files get more and more complex, you'll sometimes need to analyze these files and generate statistical information about them. This requirement is, admittedly, not common. But if you ever do find yourself facing it you'll be happy to know that you don't need to write complex SAX parsing/calculation routines or sophisticated DOM tree counting algorithms. All you really need to do is reach for a copy of the XML_Statistics class, available in the PEAR PHP repository.

Type: XML  #Views: 135  Category: Article    

Adobe to unveil document services platform
Adobe Systems this week will introduce a new Java-based server platform designed to automate and accelerate the flow of information between organizations using PDF documents. In addition, Adobe will unveil several new and updated products that take advantage of the new platform. All products are part of Adobe’s Intelligent Document Platform, a plan to make XML-enhanced PDFs the standard way to transmit data among systems.

Type: XML  #Views: 136  Category: Article    

You can't reboot the Internet, and other comments from Don Box
'Harrumph. Harrumph.'When we caught up with Microsoft Architect Don Box at TechEd in San Diego, he had a bad cold. In reviewing our notes we find mostly bouts of coughing. Harrumph. Harrumph,' said Don, as he soldiered on. Not wishing to afflict the afflicted, we kept the interview brief. Box, one of the inventors of the XML SOAP standard, has been standing up in front of crowds of developers for years now -- educating, entertaining and even sometimes illuminating. We asked what message he wanted to carry forward to them these days.

Type: XML  #Views: 176  Category: Article    

XML Comments for Managed C++ Applications
Visual Studio.NET Add-in allowing XML style comments in Managed C++ Applications

Type: XML  #Views: 212  Category: Article    

Adobe Products Redesigned for J2EE and XML Web Services Standards
Adobe is widening and deepening its presence in the electronic forms market by moving to a single, Java-based platform.

Type: XML  #Views: 127  Category: Article    

XML DTDs Vs XML Schema
XML is a very handy format for storing and communicating your data between disparate systems in a platform-independent fashion. XML is more than just a format for computers -- a guiding principle in its creation was that it should be Human Readable and easy to create.

Type: XML  #Views: 216  Category: Article    

XML Namespaces Explained
There are really two fundamental needs for namespaces: 1) To disambiguate between two elements that happen to share the same name. 2) To group elements relating to a common idea together. OK, so these statements are a bit vague - let's give some examples here:

Type: XML  #Views: 219  Category: Article    

Upload an XML File and Validate Against a Schema
This ASP.Net (VB) program allows you to locate an XML file on your local machine, or anywhere on your network for that matter, upload it to a web server and validate the file against an XML Schema existing on the web server. If the xml file validates, a success notification is provided. If the validation fails, either because your xml file is malformed, or because the data does not match the requirements listed in your schema, an html file will be produced containing a table of errors and the error locations.

Type: XML  #Views: 308  Category: Article    

Modeling XML Vocabularies with UML: Part III
This article introduces a UML profile for XML schemas that allows all detailed design choices to be added to the model definition and then used to automatically generate a complete schema. Our end result is a UML model that is used to generate a W3C XML Schema, which can successfully validate XML document instances copied from the Schema Primer specification.

Type: XML  #Views: 227  Category: Article    

Getting Started with XML Security
Meeting security requirements for privacy, confidentiality and integrity is essential in order to move business online. With the growing acceptance of XML technologies for documents and protocols, it is logical that security should be integrated with XML solutions. The XML Security standards define XML vocabularies and processing rules in order to meet security requirements. These standards use legacy cryptographic and security technologies, as well as emerging XML technologies, to provide a flexible, extensible and practical solution toward meeting security requirements.

Type: XML  #Views: 198  Category: Article    

The XML Epidemic
When XML first hit my radar, it sounded great. There were rumors (quite a while back) that Microsoft Office would save its documents in XML as a native format. How cool would that be? Need to write something that can read a Word document? No problem! Just crack open the file with your favorite text editor and learn the format in minutes.

Type: XML  #Views: 148  Category: Article    

Store and Display Data Using ASP and XML/XSL
Storing and displaying data is an essential task if you work with applications. Regardless of whether you work with desktop applications or Web applications, the save and display processes are nearly always required.

Type: XML  #Views: 211  Category: Article    

Using XML Data Traversal
In this article, we'll take a look at an XML-based, client-side JavaScript that reads data from an external XML file, traverses the XML data, and displays it in a tree format.

Type: XML  #Views: 155  Category: Article    

Simple XML Data Manipulation Language Draft
XML has become a popular data interchange and storage format which in recent times has precipitated the rise of XML-enabled relational databases as well as native XML databases. In the relational database world there exist programming APIs as well as a single language that provides a single point from which to perform data definition, manipulation and management tasks within the database management system. Unfortunately nothing analogous to such a language (SQL) or such APIs(ODBC, JDBC, etc) exist for XML databases. This document outlines a data manipulation language for XML repositories that enables users to perform data management tasks such as creation and deletion of indices, collections and documents. The language proposed also provides the ability to perform queries, transformations and updates on the documents in the XML repository either singly or across an entire collection. Syntax for the language borrows heavily from SQL and DL/I so as to be familiar to developers and DBAs already familiar with relational and hierarchical database systems.

Type: XML  #Views: 210  Category: Article    

Using the XML Data Source Object
The XML Data Source Object (DSO) is a Microsoft ActiveX control that’s built into Microsoft Internet Explorer 4+. Using this object, it is possible to extract content from an external XML file, or XML data embedded in an HTML file, into an HTML page.

Type: XML  #Views: 165  Category: Article    

XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language. XML is a meta-markup language developed by the World Wide Web Consortium(W3C) to deal with a number of the shortcomings of HTML. As more and more functionality was added to HTML to account for the diverse needs of users of the Web, the language began to grow increasingly complex and unwieldy. The need for a way to create domain-specific markup languages that did not contain all the cruft of HTML became increasingly necessary and XML was born.

Type: XML  #Views: 182  Category: Article    

Can One Size Fit All?
Traditionally, APIs for processing XML have been categorized according to whether they're designed for processing entire XML documents loaded in memory, such as the W3C DOM, or for processing XML in a streaming, forward-only fashion, such as SAX. However, these divisions do not fully represent the various classes of APIs for processing XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 157  Category: Article    

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