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Managing Your XML Documents with Schemas
The XML Schema Definition Language solves a number of problems posed with Document Type Definitions. Because DTDs prompted much confusion and complaining among XML developers, the W3C set about creating a new standard for defining a document's structure.

Type: XML  #Views: 110  Category: Article    

XML Schemas in an Object-Oriented Framework
XML Schemas provide the grammar and constraints of XML documents. Given the increasing prevalence of XML as a data and command transport format in enterprise software systems across industries, it's important to have a methodology when designing the structure of the XML you will create.

Type: XML  #Views: 99  Category: Article    

Managing Data Sources with XSLT
I and a colleague were working on a research project when we saw an opportunity to approach our data management from a different angle. XML appeared on the scene, and when IBM alphaWorks released its first parser we were on our way, using XML to solve our data access problems.

Type: XML  #Views: 108  Category: Article    

Using XML to Maximize E-Commerce
The incredible growth of B2B e-commerce and the increasing demand for content management applications to complement online business initiatives are creating tremendous opportunities for developers. GartnerGroup is predicting that B2B e-commerce will grow to $7.29 trillion by 2004 and that 80% of application-to-application traffic passing over public networks will be in XML by 2003.

Type: XML  #Views: 158  Category: Article    

The Road So Far...and the Road Ahead
One of the key reasons behind the explosive growth of the Web is the simplicity and ease of use of the underlying standards - TCP/IP, HTTP, and HTML. Experts and critics have often argued about what's wrong with HTML and HTTP and why we need IPv6 et al. For instance, with the advent of XHTML, we are now realizing why HTML should have probably been XML-ized from Day 1; similarly, we criticize the fact that HTTP is stateless. However, the ubiquity of these standards has easily surpassed their technological imperfections.

Type: XML  #Views: 105  Category: Article    

The Adoption: Hype Ratio
Even today, I'm frequently faced with those who are disappointed at the progress of XML and Web services. My stock answer to skeptical questions about XML adoption is to talk instead about the "Adoption:Hype" ratio and agree that its value is at or near zero. The many successful projects cannot possibly match the infinite hype associated with the technologies.

Type: XML  #Views: 114  Category: Article    

Structuring Documents With XML
This month's tutorial, the second in a series, picks up where last month's left off - on the path toward publishing your résumé on the Internet as an XML document. Last month (XML-J, Vol. 2, issue 5) I presented an overview of XML, described its basic building blocks, and demonstrated how to create a simple XML document.

Type: XML  #Views: 91  Category: Article    

XML in Unexpected Places
It is a welcome sign of XML's success that it increasingly appears in unexpected places and concerns an everbroadening set of people. Those of you who were involved with XML technology in the early days or who bravely pioneered XML in your organizations years ago may be bewildered by this, and wonder whether all of these "other" people really understand what XML is all about.

Type: XML  #Views: 136  Category: Article    

SYS-CON Radio Interview with Coco Jaenicke
XML-J: Would you care to comment on the state of XML technology in the industry today? Jaenicke: The official "state" of XML is that it's been accepted, but I don't think it's well understood. Most IT managers and project leaders have XML on some checklist somewhere, but few have yet incorporated IT in a strategic way.

Type: XML  #Views: 139  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.

Type: XML  #Views: 123  Category: Article    

Presenting XML to the Web
Every problem in software development can be approached in multiple ways. Graphical user interface (GUI) development is no exception to this rule. With increasing numbers of Web-based and e-commerce applications around the globe, the greatest demand so far - which is growing every day - has been for thin clients or Web clients. The question is whether XML can help in this area. The answer is yes, but only if it satisfies your solution requirements.

Type: XML  #Views: 100  Category: Article    

Getting Started with XML Data Interchange
As software developers, you may be receiving requests for XML support, implementing XML support or using a third-party package that supports or will soon support XML data interchange. Two good reasons to support XML are:

Type: XML  #Views: 105  Category: Article    

XML, Ontologies, and the Semantic Web
If [computer networking] were a traditional science, Berners-Lee would win a Nobel Prize," Eric Schmidt, CEO of Novell, once commented. Indeed, Tim Berners-Lee revolutionized the world when he created the Web in 1991. Now, he is talking about the second generation of the Web, and his talks are generating buzz...the W3C is establishing standards for it, and universities, companies, and industry consortiums are building the technologies necessary for it. He refers to it as the Semantic Web.

Type: XML  #Views: 157  Category: Article    

XML-Based Servlet Framework
Internet-based applications are flooding the software market, and, with the use of XML and J2EE, they're becoming more mature and robust. As a result, the complexity of Web-based applications is also becoming an issue. Developers are attempting to make them perform like client/server applications as they're trying to port applications to the Internet. Lately the Application Service Provider (ASP) model has been receiving a lot of attention.

Type: XML  #Views: 105  Category: Article    

Java Architecture for XML Binding
Two foundation technologies, Java and XML, represent the marriage of portable code and data. A key ingredient of a successful marriage is compatibility. XML and a number of XML-based vocabularies are being used extensively as the standard data-exchange mechanism (and beyond) by both stand-alone Java 2, Standard Edition (J2SE) applications and server-based Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) enterprise applications.

Type: XML  #Views: 110  Category: Article    

XML for the Rest of Us
If XML is to have the same transforming effect on document-oriented applications as it has on transactional, business-to-business applications, it will have to be easily applied by authors who are experts in the subject matter, but have little knowledge of markup and less desire to learn it. This article describes an XML editor who does exactly that: it allows the rest of us to create valid XML in a familiar context without extensive knowledge of the rules of XML or the DTD behind the document.

Type: XML  #Views: 95  Category: Article    

XML and Data Warehousing
This article covers the use of XML in building a data warehouse. For the most part, XML has been promoted as a mechanism for exchanging relatively small amounts of data, such as orders and shipping documents. In this article I describe an approach we used for transferring large sets of data (e.g., all the accounts in a bank). The three key concepts are the definition of fields using XML, the use of a common metadata, and the use of an external CDATA section. Before covering the details, I'll introduce some data warehouse issues and show why XML is a good solution.

Type: XML  #Views: 198  Category: Article    

Translating XML-Based Documents
Xml:tm is an XML namespace-based technology designed to substantially reduce the costs of translating XML documents while at the same time providing the architecture to build consistent authoring systems. xml:tm is an open standard maintained by XML-Intl for the benefit of those involved in the translation of XML documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 92  Category: Article    

Databinding with XML
With XML becoming a prominent data source in ASP.NET and with more and more people using it, it only makes sense to be able to use it for databinding. This article is going to show you how to use an XML file to bind to several different controls.

Type: XML  #Views: 172  Category: Article    

XMLA survey of XML standards, Part 4:
A survey of XML standards, Part 3 Columnist Uche Ogbuji continues his overview of XML standards by looking at the most important XML vocabularies. More >.

Type: XML  #Views: 168  Category: Article    

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