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ZapThink: XML Inefficiency Choking Networks; Market for High Performance and Appliance Approaches fo
WALTHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 16, 2004--The rapid adoption of XML and Web Services has a significant downside. As network traffic based on XML increases, IT data center administrators and developers are quickly realizing that the operational inefficiencies of XML are bogging down their general-purpose hardware and software, according to ZapThink's latest report, "High Performance and Appliance Approaches for XML."

Type: XML  #Views: 823  Category: Article    

Web-Based Surveys Made Easy
Most Web masters, at one time or another, are asked to create an online survey for their company's web site. This isn't a terribly difficult task with just plain HTML and traditional ASP, but suppose you'd like to be able to create a survey quickly -- I mean really quickly -- and you don't want to be stuck with the same look and feel you used last time. Rather, you want to create a survey with completely new questions and a fresh new look and feel. Well, that might be a bit time consuming, depending on how much of your original code you're able to reuse.

Type: XML  #Views: 720  Category: Article    

XmlSS.NET Spreadsheet Component
XmlSS.NET is a managed spreadsheet component based almost entirely on XMLSS, the XML Schema defined by Microsoft to govern the Excel workbook document instance. What follows in this article is a very brief introduction to XMLSS for those of you who are not already familiar with the subject, followed by a very quick rundown of the purpose, design, implementation, and use of the XmlSS.NET spreadsheet component.

Type: XML  #Views: 1371  Category: Article    

Facilitating a Teamwork of Web Designers and Programmers with XML and XSL
Again in my articles, I would like to return to problems of teamwork among Web designers and programmers. On the one hand, the problem looks as though it does not exist at all. But on another—in the development of complex and difficult sites, with huge files, and frequently varying data—this question of correct co-operation of Web designers and programmers is a big and important question! Designers usually are not technical geeks. And they also do not want to learn, for example, JSP to help the programmers. And they are right, because they need to do their own jobs well. So, what happens when programmers make a big change to the business logic of a project? They need to inform the designers, who will have to work with complex code, that consists of numerous lines of HTML, JSP, JavaScript, and other code in one place. It could be painful.

Type: XML  #Views: 656  Category: Article    

Work with XML Data Type in SQL Server 2005 from ADO.NET 2.0
One of the excellent features of the next release of SQL Server, known as SQL Server 2005, is its deep XML integration with the SQL Server database engine. This integration goes well beyond the simple relational-to-XML mapping layer that SQL Server 2000 provided. SQL Server 2005 will feature a native XML data type that will allow you to store native XML data in SQL Server itself.

Type: XML  #Views: 1014  Category: Article    

Populate Table Control Dynamically from DataReader According to a Format Given in an XML File
Populate Table Control Dynamically from DataReader According to a Format Given in an XML File.

Type: XML  #Views: 958  Category: Article    

Defining XML Serializable Objects Using Macros
It is often necessary to make your C++ objects serializable to/from XML. It is simple to do so in Java or C#, for example, by using reflection, but not always in C++. It would be interesting to introduce some brief but portable way to describe objects' serializable properties. The prototype presented allows defining XML serializable objects using macros in an MSVC++ 7 unmanaged code attributes-like manner because each serializable object/property needs to be described only once in the class definition, for example:

Type: XML  #Views: 591  Category: Article    

A Simple DOM-Based XML Manager Class
A simple wrapper class using DOM (Document Object Model) to manipulate XML files.

Type: XML  #Views: 625  Category: Article    

Playing with data using XML
Last December at XML 2003, I met with Jonathan Robie, one of my XML heroes. You’ll find his name on such core XML specifications as DOM, XML Schema, and XQuery. Jonathan is both a co-inventor of XQuery and, as XML program manager at DataDirect, a leading implementer of that standard. So he gets to combine theory with practice — nice work, if you can get it.

Type: XML  #Views: 433  Category: Article    

Lady and the Tramp
This week's XML Deviant is a tale of two specifications. One, a scruffy ragtag affair that barely seems to do the job. The other, a well-heeled, aristocratic sort of document, groomed for longevity. You know what's coming next, of course. The tramp of which I speak, the unlikely RSS, goes from strength to strength. But the latest offspring in the noble line of XML, version 1.1, is doomed.

Type: XML  #Views: 252  Category: Article    

XML 2004 To Showcase Latest In XML-based Business Solutions
World's Largest Independent XML Trade Conference Slated for Nov. 15-19 in Washington, D.C.; Event Sponsors Include Adobe, Arbortext, DataDirect, Sun Microsoft, SchemaSoft, and TRADOS. The will be numerous sponsors and exhibitors for XML Conference and Exposition 2004, being held Nov. 15-19 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. Organizations sponsoring this year's event include industry leaders Adobe Systems, Arbortext, DataDirect Technologies, Sun Microsystems, SchemaSoft and TRADOS.

Type: XML  #Views: 326  Category: Article    

Rain Day XML
The five weeks up to and including the middle of September were interesting (to say the least) here in sunny Florida. Depending on how you count, we had somewhere between three and five named tropical storms and hurricanes pummel our coastline and interior. We knew in advance the storms were coming, of course. We just didn't know when or exactly where.

Type: XML  #Views: 336  Category: Article    

Improving XML Document Validation with Schematron
Dare Obasanjo describes how to use the Schematron XML validation language to enforce constraints on XML documents beyond the capabilities of the W3C XML Schema.

Type: XML  #Views: 274  Category: Article    

Vegas Publisher Bets on XML for Print, Web Content Reuse
Newspapers are conservative when it comes to embracing new technology, says David Cole, a consultant who helps publishers devise better publishing workflows and systems selections. "Historically, major newspapers have been mired in proprietary technologies, and they turn over their systems only once every 10 to 15 years," he says. Perhaps it's fitting, then, that one of the few pioneers willing to bet on new XML-based technologies is the publisher of the Las Vegas Sun, a paper that has served the nation's gambling capitol since 1950. Greenspun Media Group, which publishes the Sun as well six magazines and affiliated Web sites, is breaking with specialized newspaper publishing systems to move into multichannel publishing and reuse with XML-tagged content.

Type: XML  #Views: 274  Category: Article    

The End Is in Sight for Paper-Intensive Transactions
For 30 years, a few strident voices have warned us that the world is running out of oil. With low energy prices, it used to be easy for some to dismiss them as tree-hugging cranks, but now with oil costing more than $40 per barrel and rising, maybe their dire predictions are finally coming true. Similarly, for 15 years we've been hearing that paper as a medium of financial transactions would be replaced by electronic media. That promise — or threat, depending on where your interests lie — has also been laughingly dismissed by the content management community as a pointy-headed fantasy. So far the naysayers have been right. Despite the hype, e-forms have never become a major factor in critical business processes. Sure, the Web is great for ordering books and music, but for getting a mortgage, filing an insurance claim or submitting a tax return, paper is still more secure, more legally enforceable and more user-friendly. I believe that a steep decline is finally in sight for high-volume paper-based transactions. We still won't have paperless offices or an upsurge in e-forms software, but in five years, much of the business handled today by paper forms scanning and data capture will have moved to XML data transmitted over the Web.

Type: XML  #Views: 258  Category: Article    

Design patterns for information architecture with DITA map domains
The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) provides maps for assembling topics into deliverables. By specializing the map elements, you can define a formal information architecture for your deliverables. This architecture provides guidance to authors on how to organize topics and lets processes recognize your organizing principles, resulting in a consistent, clear experience for your users.

Type: XML  #Views: 255  Category: Article    

Principles of XML design: Considering container elements
A critical issue in designing XML formats is figuring out how to arrange elements and represent relationships between them. Element design works best when it naturally corresponds to how people think about the concepts that each element represents. This article discusses best practices for organizing information into XML elements, focusing on the use of container elements.

Type: XML  #Views: 204  Category: Article    

Programming With XMLBeans
Get an in-depth look at the features and functionality of XMLBeans. This article introduces the technology with a simple example, takes you through the step-by-step process of compilation and binding, and discusses advanced features like XML cursors, tokens, and XQuery expressions. It also discusses how XMLBeans is more powerful than other XML-Java technology data binding techniques.

Type: XML  #Views: 316  Category: Article    

A Declarative Xml Parser In Less Than 300 Lines Of Code.

Type: XML  #Views: 331  Category: Article    

Easily navigate XML with VB.NET and XPath
The .NET platform includes full XPath support, so developers can easily combine .NET and XML to locate necessary information. Here's how it works.

Type: XML  #Views: 319  Category: Article    

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