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Reading XML in an ASP file
To create a file that your IE browser will recognise as XML, simply place these two lines at the top of your ASP page: IE will view it as an XML document using it's built in stylesheet (IE 5+).

Type: XML  #Views: 112  Category: Article    

Save time and prevent errors by converting data to XML format
You often need to deal with data stored or transferred in various formats, ranging from comma- or tab-separated files to more complicated formats, each needing an appropriate parser.

Type: XML  #Views: 221  Category: Article    

From MSXML3.0 to .NET XML Classes: A Quick Guide
XML is a core technology in .NET; for example, XML is a cornerstone of Web Services and ADO.NET recordsets (now called DataSets) are internally stored as XML. You have great support for XML manipulation in .NET via its XML classes. This article provides a quick guide to migrate from msxml3.0 to XML classes since there have been some changes in how you can access functionalities such as XPATH and XSLT, how you can navigate an XML tree and how you can persist and load and XML documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 269  Category: Article    

Lightweight XML Search Servers
In earlier installments of this column, I made the case for exploiting the combination of XHTML and CSS, and I demonstrated a browser-based technique for searching XHTML/CSS content using XPath. I've been using a variation of this technique on my weblog.

Type: XML  #Views: 174  Category: Article    

Character Repertoire Validation for XML
In this article I present a small schema language for XML -- which can be used to restrict the use of character repertoires in XML documents -- called a Character Repertoire Validation for XML (CRVX).

Type: XML  #Views: 210  Category: Article    

Using Embedded XML Databases to Process Large Documents
XML has been around for several years now and many, if not most, of you reading this article are using it in your job. You're most likely familiar with using one of the standard APIs for XML processing -- DOM and SAX; if you're are a Java programmer, you may be familiar with JDOM.

Type: XML  #Views: 233  Category: Article    

Creating an XML and XSL Class
This article examines how to use VBScript classes to transform XML documents for use in a Web application. Before tackling this article, readers should have a solid understanding of classes and XML. To learn more about either of these subjects, be sure to check out the following links:

Type: XML  #Views: 126  Category: Article - DOCUMENTS - Using PHP 5's SimpleXML
This article shows how to use SimpleXML to read an XML file, parse the results into a useful form, and query the document with XPath. I use RSS for the examples, since some versions of RSS are nice and easy. Then there's RSS 1.0. It uses RDF, multiple namespaces, and defines a default namespace for its elements. (Not so nice and easy.)

Type: XML  #Views: 301  Category: Article    

Using XML to Improve File-Upload Processing
This article examines an example of multiple binary file upload for Web applications using Extensible Markup Language (XML) technology, without the typical limitation of traditional file upload processing. It describes how to use Microsoft XML Parser 3.0 (MSXML) and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) Stream objects for a new upload strategy with several benefits. For example, no custom ASP components are required.

Type: XML  #Views: 144  Category: Article :: XML Basics Pt3: Client Side Processing in ...
This is the third and final part of the "XML basics" series. The series started with an introduction to XML covering the fundamentals of XML and how XML is available in Domino. The second instalment covered server side processing of XML using Domino Java agents. The final part in this series covers client side processing of XML using the browser, focusing specifically on using data islands and data source objects to store XML data inside HTML pages which can be accessed and manipulated using scripts.

Type: XML  #Views: 235  Category: Article    

XML Strengths and Weaknesses with DOM, ASP and XSL
In this article we're going to take a look at some of the terminology that comes with using XML and its related technologies, as well as how to create and transform XML documents with XSL using Microsoft's MSXML parser. To test the code samples shown in this article you should be running Windows NT/2000/XP with IIS installed. You should also have SQL server 2000 installed on the same machine.

Type: XML  #Views: 266  Category: Article    

Creating an In-Memory Database Using XML and XPath -- Part 1
Many articles have been written about how to send an Extensible Markup Language (XML) file and an associated Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) file to Web clients to reduce processing load on the server. Unfortunately, in the real world this isn't going to solve many problems because you are left with a few issues that won't go away:

Type: XML  #Views: 126  Category: Article    

Visual Basic 6.0 XML Programming - including XSL/XSLT Excel and CSS (source code included)
This article should teach you the basics of XML use in Visual Basic 6.0 programming. The article covers XML, XSL-XSLT, CSS and more. This article is suitable for anyone with Visual Basic 6.0 and XML/XSL knowledge.

Type: XML  #Views: 632  Category: Article    

Introduction to XML
The interest in XML comes especially from two directions: the Web, which is reaching the limits of HTML and SGML publishing, which is looking for a way onto the Web. This document addresses both groups of interest. It gives a short description of XML, its origin, its concepts and its purpose.

Type: XML  #Views: 107  Category: Article    

XML: Some hyperlinks minus the hype
XML (eXtensibe Markup Language) is a magnet for hype: the successor to HTML for web publishing, electronic data interchange, and e-commerce. In fact, XML is just a notation for trees, little more than a verbose variant of Lisp S-expressions; and a way to define tree grammars, a poor-man's BNF. Yet this simple basis has spawned scores of specialized sub-languages: for airlines, banks, and cell phones; for astronomy, biology, and chemistry; for the DOD and the IRS.

Type: XML  #Views: 164  Category: Article    

XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a W3C Recommendation for creating special-purpose markup languages. It is a simplified subset of SGML, capable of describing many different kinds of data. Its primary purpose is to facilitate the sharing of structured text and information across the Internet. Languages based on XML (for example, RDF, SMIL, MathML, and SVG) are themselves described in a formal way, allowing programs to modify and validate documents in these languages without prior knowledge of their form.

Type: XML  #Views: 130  Category: Article    

Structuring Data for the Web
What's wrong with the Web and how can the new XML technology fix it?

Type: XML  #Views: 133  Category: Article    

An Introduction to XML
Less than two months after the XML specification became a W3C recommendation, on April 7, 1998, the Mathematical Markup Language Specification (MathML) was approved as the first major XML vocabulary, a domain-specific language based on the XML meta language. "MathML is an XML application for describing mathematical notation and capturing both its structure and content, " according to the MathML Recommendation.

Type: XML  #Views: 170  Category: Article    

Object-oriented XML Parser
Object-oriented parser to read/write XML files using MSXML parser

Type: XML  #Views: 263  Category: Article    

XML Generator - To Generate XML from any data source
This is an article about XML and one of the ways that you can generate XML. I had this project where the design was in the form of an 'n' tier and the application demanded that, the data should be displayed using XSLT. The input the XSLT is XML Data. All the Data for the project was stored in SQL Server 7.0 and we were supposed to retrive the data convert the data to XML and give it for further processing in the form of XSLT Transformation. We had to give out put in various level of hirearchy.

Type: XML  #Views: 173  Category: Article    

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