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XML transformation using Xslt in C#
Xml is a meta-markup language that provides a format for describing data. Xslt is one way to consume and transform this data into a variety different formats, including Xml, html and wml. In this article we shall learn how to transform a simple Xml document using Xslt.

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Extending XSLT using C#
XSLT is a transformation language for XML. It allows server systems to transform the source XML tree into a more suitable form for clients. XSLT uses node patterns to match against templates to perform its transformations. Though it makes complex transformations relatively simple there are some situations where we might have to use some custom classes.

Type: XML  #Views: 198  Category: Article    

An XML-RPC Package for .NET
This package provides a simple XML-RPC client and server for C# applications. It's pure C#, using .Net for networking and XML functionality. What separates this from XML-RPC.Net? This is much lower tech, no required attributes, no proxies, no IIS.

Type: XML  #Views: 221  Category: Article    

XML In ASP.NET - The XmlTextReader
To leverage XML ( eXtensible Markeup Language ) features in ASP.NET, you have to reference the System.XML namespace. Take a look at some of the classes found in the namespace to get a birds eye view of XML with ASP.NET.

Type: XML  #Views: 202  Category: Article    

XML TreeView
The application shown here was my first adventure into Xml in the .Net platform. My goal was to be able to reflect any Xml file into the Windows Forms TreeView control. I found various examples online, but none I found were suited for opening all Xml files, rather they were suited to one schema or another.

Type: XML  #Views: 273  Category: Article    

XmlDocument and XmlNode Basics
The XmlDocument class gives you the ability to load an Xml file. The class implements the DOM, which is an in-memory (cache) tree representation of an XML document, which allows you to navigate and edit the document.

Type: XML  #Views: 231  Category: Article    

DataSets and Xml Representation
One of the powerful features when using DataSet's is its ability to represent Xml data. There are a few ways that you can use Xml with the DataSet, today we are going to load an Xml document directly into the DataSet object.

Type: XML  #Views: 188  Category: Article    

XML Transformations
Your XML document is a well-organized container of information, but it seems static. Although the document format is useful in representing information structurally, you still tied down to software applications specifically made to handle it.

Type: XML  #Views: 176  Category: Article    

Writing XML Providers for Microsoft .NET
Roughly five years ago Microsoft introduced the Universal Data Access (UDA) architecture, which promised to simplify working with enterprise data. The UDA strategy promoted exposing data through a single suite of COM interfaces known collectively as OLE DB, the idea being that a single suite of interfaces lowers the bar for consumers and makes it easier for them to access a variety of supported data stores whether they are relational or nonrelational. In an OLE DB-centric world, consumers no longer needed to worry about learning the details of native (data source-specific) APIs.

Type: XML  #Views: 172  Category: Article    

Understanding XML Namespaces
Namespaces are the source of much confusion in XML, espe-cially for those new to the technology. Most of the questions that I receive from readers, students, and conference attendees are related to namespaces in one way or another. It's actually kind of ironic since the Namespaces in XML Recommendation ( is one of the shorter XML specifications, coming in at just under 10 pages, excluding appendices. The confusion, however, is related to namespace semantics as opposed to the syntax outlined by the specification. To fully understand XML namespaces, you must know what a namespace is, how namespaces are defined, and how they are used.

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XML Encoding, DTDs and Namespaces, Binary Data, Namespace Identifiers, and More
Some Q/A with Aaron Skonnard about XML Encoding, DTDs and Namespaces, Binary Data, Namespace Identifiers, and More .

Type: XML  #Views: 170  Category: Article    

XML-based Persistence Behaviors Fix Web Farm Headaches
Developers usually want their Web applications to work successfully for the widest possible audience, so they frequently develop for the lowest common denominator. When it comes to managing state on the client machine, most developers use cookies or hidden-field forms and embedded query string values. However, if you can be sure your users are running Microsoft® Internet Explorer 5.0, you can take advantage of the newly introduced client-side persistence behaviors that offer a better solution for managing state.

Type: XML  #Views: 164  Category: Article    

ToDoList 3.5.1 - A simple yet effective way to keep track of your current programming tasks
A tree-based task manager with native XML support for easy web site integration

Type: XML  #Views: 178  Category: Article    

From One String to Many
In John Simpson's latest XML Q&A; column he describes several ways, including those for XSLT/XPath 2.0 and EXSLT, to tokenize strings.

Type: XML  #Views: 166  Category: Article    

XML Europe 2004: Refactoring XML
The European XML conference (XML Europe) took place last month in Amsterdam. One of the presentations was titled "refactoring XML" and, without going that far, one of the main recurring themes was certainly refactoring the uses of XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 148  Category: Article    

Does StAX Stack Up?
There is a new XML API in town called StAX (Streaming API for XML). With SAX (Simple API for XML), DOM (Document Object Model), and TrAX (Transformation API for XML), do we really need another API in the JAXP (Java API for XML Processing) family for processing XML documents? I would argue, yes.

Type: XML  #Views: 161  Category: Article    

The Power of XmlElement Parameters in ASP.NET Web Methods
Matt Powell explores different ways to use XmlElement parameters with your Web service to access raw XML data and gain high-level control.

Type: XML  #Views: 347  Category: Article    

Defending Your XML Web Service against Hackers, Part I
One of the biggest concerns we hear from developers when we talk about the potential of XML Web Services is the fear of vulnerabilities that might allow malicious users to attack their services. The bad news is that attacks can result in such atrocities as limiting the availability of your service, private data being compromised, or in the worse case, losing control of your machines to these malicious users. The good news is that there are real protections available to you that can limit the risks involved from these attacks. We are going to take a look at what kind of attacks are out there, and what you can do to protect yourself in the areas of deployment, design and development. This first column on the subject will focus on deployment issues you should consider; in our next column, we will look at design and development issues that you need to be aware of when developing your XML Web Services.

Type: XML  #Views: 169  Category: Article    

Defending Your XML Web Service Against Hackers, Part II
In the last article, we talked about different kinds of attacks, and what you can do from a configuration standpoint to protect yourself from these attacks. In this article, we will focus on design and development issues in regard to attack prevention.

Type: XML  #Views: 163  Category: Article    

Building XML Web Services Using Industry Standardized WSDLs
You are a pencil-reselling tycoon. As a pencil-reselling tycoon, you require constant information on the state of your suppliers in order to get the best price and to meet the demands of the pencil retailers who purchase your product. Your suppliers are your lifeline, so you must always know exactly what price they are asking, whether or not they have stock available for immediate shipping, the general quality of their product, and their timeliness in fulfilling orders.

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