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The XML Usage Spectrum
Uncover the key concepts of XML and the spectrum of its uses. You will see how the MOM (Machine-Oriented Messaging) and POP (People-Oriented Publishing) store can be successful on the Web.

Type: XML  #Views: 125  Category: Article    

Parsing XML with Visual C++
Web services have become a fixation for many developers because they view the Internet as the best way to promote application communication. These services all rely on XML to transmit data, and although some developers think that XML parsing is difficult, .NET makes it quite easy. John Mueller dispels some of the urban legends surrounding XML files.

Type: XML  #Views: 176  Category: Article    

Accessing and Manipulating XML Data
Learn how to access and manipulate XML data in preparation for your MCAD Exam 70-310.

Type: XML  #Views: 152  Category: Article    

XML Case Study: Converting Excel Diaries to XML
Excel workbooks are extremely versatile at calculating and graphing workbook data. But workbooks don't make an ideal repository, given Excel's inherent size limitations and less-than-stellar access by other enterprise applications. This article explores the process using VBScript to convert Excel workbooks to a composite XML file.

Type: XML  #Views: 172  Category: Article    

Introduction to XML
XML -- extensible markup Language -- is an exciting development in web technology. It is the youngest and most comprehensive of markup Language. (Markup refers to any thing on a document that adds special meaning to a particular text; for example, bold text is a form of markup). This language got the name Extensible Markup Language from the characteristic that is not restricted to fixed set of tags, as is HTML (Hypertext Markup Language). An XML user creates his own tags according to need. A tag is a sequence of characters in a markup language used to provide information, such as formatting specifications, about a document.

Type: XML  #Views: 219  Category: Article    

Reactivity and Computer Associates Team to Secure and Manage Web Services
Reactivity, Inc. today announced the integration of its XML Firewall appliance with Web Services Distributed Management (WSDM) from Computer Associates International, Inc. (CA), creating a complete solution for the rapid and secure deployment and management of Web services.

Type: XML  #Views: 227  Category: Article    

Creating Valid XML Documents: DTDs
In HTML, a browser can check HTML because it knows all about legal HTML. In XML, you define what's legal and what's not by specifying the syntax you're going to allow for an XML document. This makes validation critical. Steve Holzner shows you how to validate XML documents with document type definitions (DTDs).

Type: XML  #Views: 168  Category: Article    

Using XML in Reporting Systems
No matter what the Web application, or where it's implemented, it's a safe bet to assume that there will be some reporting involved. The development of many reporting systems can benefit from the appropriate placement and usage of XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 166  Category: Article    

Why You Should Include an XML Declaration
Although XML declarations are optional, every XML document should have one. An XML declaration helps both human users and automated software identify the document as XML. It identifies the version of XML in use, specifies the character encoding, and can even help optimize the parsing. Most importantly, it's a crucial clue that what you're reading is in fact an XML document in environments where file type information is unavailable or unreliable.

Type: XML  #Views: 135  Category: Article    

Creating Well-Formed XML Documents
Making your XML well-formed is integral to creating XML documents. Steve Holzner covers all aspects of well-formedness, including constraints, namespaces, infosets, and canonical XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 175  Category: Article    

XML-Enabling a Legacy Application
Mike Rawlins summarizes an approach for and some major issues involved with building XML support into existing applications.

Type: XML  #Views: 123  Category: Article    

The Great XML-Access Database Exchange
With the latest releases of Access, you can export database data from Access to XML format for use in a web site, export data to other databases, and even import XML data from a Web site right back into your Access database. This means ease of recordkeeping for a small business gathering sales over the Internet, or the collection of feedback from uses of your Web site into your database for analysis and safekeeping.

Type: XML  #Views: 250  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: 190  Category: Article    

XML Security Standards
Because XML is proliferating applications both on the Internet and the workstation, there are many initiatives under way to apply security technologies to XML data. In this article and the next, I'll cover a couple of the initiatives that are in various states of development to make XML more secure: XML Signature and XML Encryption.

Type: XML  #Views: 198  Category: Article    

XML 1.1 and Namespaces 1.1 revealed
In this article, software engineer Arnaud Le Hors explains what XML 1.1 and Namespaces 1.1 are about, what changes they bring, and how they affect other specs and users.

Type: XML  #Views: 144  Category: Article    

At Gartner Summit: Jacada joins the Navy
Providing a case study in the use of XML Web services for internal integration, Jacada Ltd. unveiled a new tool for 'fusing' applications during the Gartner Application Integration and Web Service Summit held this week in Los Angeles. The U.S. Navy is using the new Jacada Fusion product to integrate procurement systems, including legacy systems where the Navy does not have the source code, into a single end-user application, explained Rob Morris, vice president, product strategy at Atlanta-based Jacada.

Type: XML  #Views: 191  Category: Article    

The Courtship of Atom
We've followed Atom -- the community-driven XML vocabulary and protocol API for web resource syndication -- on since it was first announced. In fact, I suspect that we've published as much about Atom, including columns by Mark Pilgrim and Joe Gregorio, as any other web publication. In this week's XML-Deviant column I talk about the issues surrounding the news that the W3C is considering chartering a Working Group to standardize Atom. As with every great romance, and most notable marriages, it's not entirely clear here who's courting whom.

Type: XML  #Views: 137  Category: Article    

UML, XMI, and code generation, Part 2
In the second part of this series on UML and XML, Benoît introduces the UML metamodel. He proceeds to XMI, the XML-based specification for the exchange of models. He then shows how to map from the metamodel to XML schema. As an illustration, he includes two stylesheets that provide simple round-trip engineering between UML and XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 185  Category: Article    

Once again round the block
Once again, this column takes a break to look at what's new and what has been neglected in the normal run of discussion. This time, Uche Ogbuji examines a couple of older XML schema systems for common business transactions that are overdue for a look (xCBL, cXML), as well as a new entry to the field (UBL), and some updates in the wide world of RDF.

Type: XML  #Views: 169  Category: Article    

Semantic anchors for XML
XML syntax is just the foundation for data interoperability. The next step is semantic transparency. Some groups are working to address this by defining entire document formats to be adopted wholesale, while other groups are working on ways to express common terminology and concepts at a more granular level. In this installment, Uche Ogbuji looks at XML Topic Maps Published Subjects and Universal Data Element Framework (UDEF), two ideas that take the granular approach by seeking to provide anchors in the semantic stream.

Type: XML  #Views: 188  Category: Article    

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