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Growing Interest in XML Seen at AIIM Conference on Content and Records Management
The AIIM CMS conference and exposition was held in conjunction with the OnDemand conference from March 8 to 10 in New York City. Record attendance at both the exposition and the conference itself was reported by organizers, AIIM International and CAP Ventures. More than 33,000 people from around the world participated in the show, which focuses on document and records management processes and technology, with a growing undercurrent of XML related topics.

Type: XML  #Views: 163  Category: Article    

Part I. Understanding XML and the Java XML APIs
This section describes the Extensible Markup Language (XML), its related specifications, and the APIs for manipulating XML files.

Type: XML  #Views: 115  Category: Article    

Understanding XML Namespaces - Introduction
Understanding XML namespaces is essential to understanding and building Web services. Unfortunately, most developers do not understand how XML namespaces work and get confused when they see all the colons and URLs. The funny thing is, namespaces are so simple that once you understand them you wonder why you had trouble understanding them in the first place. I wrote this article to help you get over the initial hump of understanding XML namespaces, and to show you how they are used in XML documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 144  Category: Article    

Efficient Techniques for Modifying Large XML Files
Dare Obasanjo shows two techniques for efficiently updating or modifying large XML files such as log files and database dumps.

Type: XML  #Views: 169  Category: Article    

Saving HTML Form Data to XML, Part 2
In Part 1 we looked at a simple code example that would create an XML document using the Microsoft XMLDOM Object. In this part, we'll look at how to use this object to store a user's input as an XML document!

Type: XML  #Views: 165  Category: Article    

Saving HTML Form Data to XML
Usually form submissions in ASP are written to some sort of database management system. However, if you need your form submission data to be more portable, it can be written to an XML file. This is especially usefull when the data you are gathering on your Web site will be sent to applications on non-Windows platforms. Since XML is completely portable across all platforms the data will not need to be converted.

Type: XML  #Views: 158  Category: Article    

Using XML Catalogs with JAXP
XML documents often refer to other documents that an XML processor has to retrieve in order to make sense of the main document. These external resources, typically referred to by URIs, may be local files; or they may be remote, distributed across the web. In an ideal world the difference would be invisible, since it would be as cheap to access a remote resource as a local one. However, in the real world network failures do occur, and it is wise to design applications that take this into account.

Type: XML  #Views: 112  Category: Article    

From Wiki to XML, through SGML
Wikis are nice for typing. XML is nice for processing. SGML is a standard compiler compiler language for specifying conversions from one to the other.

Type: XML  #Views: 138  Category: Article    

XML Namespaces Support in Python Tools, Part 1
I have covered a lot of tools for processing XML in Python. In general I have deferred discussion of each tool's handling of XML namespaces in order to stick to the basics in the individual treatments. In this article I start to examine the support for XML namespaces in these packages, with a look at SAX and DOM from the standard Python library.

Type: XML  #Views: 121  Category: Article    

Using libferris with XML
This article presents the benefits of using libferris with your XML applications. libferris presents a uniform interface to hierarchical data. This data can be persisted using many providers including the filesystem, an RDBMS, or even XML. All the data providers in libferris are made available using a filesystem metaphor: MySQL tables can be seen using ferrisls on a "mysql://host/database/table" URL.

Type: XML  #Views: 159  Category: Article    

XML Databases
A relational database stores information in tables, with the ability to relate information from one table to information in another table. The primary data unit in relational databases is a column, which may contain one or more fields. While this model operates well under traditional data oriented systems, it isn't ideal for manipulating XML data. Database vendors have come up with several solutions to this problem.

Type: XML  #Views: 154  Category: Article    

Using SyncML to mobilize your data
In his continuing quest to make his data available wherever and whenever he wants it, XML developer Edd Dumbill sets out on a journey to investigate and deploy SyncML.

Type: XML  #Views: 166  Category: Article    

XML and JavaScript in Mozilla
In this article, I’ll explain how to read and use XML file data using JavaScript in Mozilla. We will see how to display tag values, tag attribute values, and more.

Type: XML  #Views: 128  Category: Article    

Does XML Content Require XML-Specific DBMS, Storage?
As more and more developers adopt XML techniques to format their data for web services and other node-to-node sharing, there is a growing debate among enterprise developers over whether XML content requires XML-specific databases and storage solutions.

Type: XML  #Views: 149  Category: Article    

Developers Use XML for Real Time Data Access
A recent study by a leading developer-focused research firm is finding that XML is gaining steam for certain mission-critical data access projects.

Type: XML  #Views: 150  Category: Article    

Use XML namespaces with care
XML namespaces are an imperfect solution to a difficult problem. From basic information architecture to difficulties with APIs, namespaces can open up rather painful gotchas if used carelessly. In this article, Uche Ogbuji covers some of the more important design principles which, if followed, can minimize problems with namespaces.

Type: XML  #Views: 145  Category: Article    

XML: Five Years and Counting - An AppDev Guide
Believe it or not, XML turned 5 last month. Integration Developer News takes the occasion to bring developers/sysadmins up to date on the latest resources for XML and the XML Schema Definition (XSD).

Type: XML  #Views: 152  Category: Article    

Tool Finds Best XML Parsers for Projects
When it comes to XML parsers, there's no shortage of choices: Apache's Xerces, GNU's JAXP, kXML and Sun's J2SE SDK parser are all available to developers as free downloads. You can also select from a few different XML-parsing APIs, not to mention JVMs (Java Virtual Machines).

Type: XML  #Views: 160  Category: Article    

Thinking XML: Patent filings meet XML
The major patent organizations all have the dual goal of making electronic patent filing easy and making such filings compatible from one office to another. XML is the leading technology behind these efforts and a great deal of thought and work has gone into XML formats for patent filing. In this column, Uche Ogbuji examines the background of XML patent e-filing and chats with patent expert Carl Oppedahl about the practicalities of XML filings. Share your thoughts on this article with the author and other readers in the accompanying discussion forum.

Type: XML  #Views: 138  Category: Article    

Find the Best XML Parser for Your Project
When it comes to XML Java parsers, there's no shortage of choice out there: Apache's Xerces, GNU's JAXP, kXML, and Sun's J2SE SDK parser are all available to developers as a free download. There are also a few different XML parsing APIs to choose from, not to mention JVMs (Java Virtual Machines).

Type: XML  #Views: 182  Category: Article    

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