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Stop tailoring - create generic applications.
Developing tailor-made applications used for a specific purpose has been around for a long time. The watchword then was to develop an application for a client, tailored and customized for his own needs. Those were days where clients had little or no knowledge about technologies around. But now, the scenario is different altogether. Clients have become more technology-aware thanks (rather, shouldn't I thank) to the Internet. I would just say that an end user buying a payroll package would expect it to work for his factory, his shop and where ever he needs to pay people regularly, of course, by just changing the business logic to calculate the pay. As a result of this, the whole community of application developers has taken a U-turn towards building generic applications, which need little or no tailoring before they can be shipped to different classes of users.

Type: XML  #Views: 148  Category: Article    

The Code Project - XMLLib for PUGXML with XPath - SOAP and XML
The PUGXML parser is very useful in lightweight applications which use XML. However, it does not readily compile in VC++ 6.0, and it does not provide the ability to perform XPath queries.

Type: XML  #Views: 298  Category: Article    

XmlClient Managed Provider
A Class Library that holds a Managed Provider to retreive Load DataSets from Xml sources.

Type: XML  #Views: 230  Category: Article    

XML Advances on B2B Front
Extensible Markup Language (XML) has evolved considerably in its short five-year history. It started out as a simple way to mark up data and relied on seasoned technologies for data validation, such as document type definitions (DTDs). As XML has matured, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has added new technologies—such as XML Schema, Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT), and XPath—to support and enhance its usefulness. XML has grown from being primarily a data-exchange format to one you can also use to generate graphics, PDFs, and even word-processing documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 147  Category: Article    

What is XLink?
The very nature of the success of the Web lies in its capability for linking resources. However, the unidirectional, simple linking structures of the Web today are not enough for the growing needs of an XML world. The official W3C solution for linking in XML is called XLink (XML Linking Language). This article explains its structure and use according to the most recent Candidate Recommendation (July 3, 2000).

Type: XML  #Views: 127  Category: Article    

On Display: XML Web Pages with Mozilla
Direct display of XML in a web browser is finally becoming a reality. This article is the first of a series in which we will examine XML support in the Mozilla, Opera, and Internet Explorer browsers. -- E.D.

Type: XML  #Views: 130  Category: Article    

Basic XML and RDF techniques for knowledge management, Part 2
This Thinking XML column shows how to combine metadata collected from multiple XML source documents into a single Resource Description Framework (RDF) model for effective querying. In this follow-up to his previous installment that introduced how to use XML and RDF together for knowledge management, columnist Uche Ogbuji builds on the techniques for populating RDF models with data from existing XML formats. The centerpiece of this discussion is an example in which a Web-based issue tracker, originally developed to manipulate application data in XML, is extended to take advantage of RDF. Sample code listings in XSLT and Python demonstrate two methods of aggregating metadata from XML files into a single RDF model (one using XSLT and the other using RDF), and examples of simple RDF queries.

Type: XML  #Views: 135  Category: Article    

Online Magazines with Apache Cocoon
In order to demonstrate what I call XML-directed solutions using Apache Cocoon, in this article I will discuss how to use Cocoon to create an online magazine. XML-directed solutions are those where XML, rather than a programming language is used to control the application.

Type: XML  #Views: 154  Category: Article    

XML Q/A Of Grouping, Counting, and Context
Q: How do I count the number of elements with a given attribute value?

Type: XML  #Views: 117  Category: Article    

XML Pipelining with Ant
Ant is an extensible, open-source build tool written in Java and sponsored by Apache's Jakarta project. Ant has developed into something more than a just a build tool, however. It has gone beyond its predecessor make (and make's kin) to become a framework for performing an even larger variety of operations in a single step, not just compiling code or cleaning up after a build.

Type: XML  #Views: 153  Category: Article    

Implementing Amazon.com XML
Amazon.com claims to offer Earth's Biggest Selection&tm;, and I can believe it. Everyone knows of their world famous bookstore, but they also sell music, movies, electronics, and items in many other categories – over a million items total. For years, Amazon.com has offered an associates program, designed to pay independent Web site owners for referrals, and the program has attracted tens of thousands of registered affiliates over the years. It is currently one of the largest and most successful affiliate programs on the Internet.

Type: XML  #Views: 176  Category: Article    

Build an XML-based Tree Control with JavaScript
Tree controls provide a hierarchical view of data and XML provides a way to structure data hierarchically, so viewing XML data as a tree structure is a natural fit. But browsers don't provide a tree control. Instead, use this mix of XML, XSLT, JavaScript, and CSS to produce an extensible HTML tree control.

Type: XML  #Views: 210  Category: Article    

An Overview of MSXML 4.0
In this article we will look at the latest XML parser from Microsoft, MSXML 4.0. Microsoft has taken a lot of criticism in the past over its adoption of non-standard schema and XSL drafts, which happened most often in early parser releases and even version 3.0 to a lesser extent.

Type: XML  #Views: 120  Category: Article    

Integrating Timing into XML Documents
Integrating Timing into XML Documents

Type: XML  #Views: 153  Category: Article    

Learn to create a simple Cocoon sitemap
Cocoon is a powerful XML-based content handling environment that is part of the Open Source Apache project. As discussed in an earlier overview on Cocoon, the basic data structure that makes Cocoon work is called a pipeline, where specific components called generators (that grab or create content), transformers (that convert content from one XML document format to another), and serializers (that deliver output in specific formats for rendering or display) are hooked together to perform specific tasks.

Type: XML  #Views: 171  Category: Article    

Using XML/XSL for Web Publication
It seems XML is on its way to becoming the standard exchange format. At the same time, enterprises in all sectors are looking for a way to make the exchange of data and information easier, first of all within their own information systems - whether it be within operational systems (ERP, EAI), DataWarehousing, or knowledge management (Intranet, GroupWare) - and eventually with their partners' information systems (e-Procurement, syndication).

Type: XML  #Views: 164  Category: Article    

Compressing XML—Part I, Writing WBXML
Wireless Binary XML (WBXML) is a compact representation of XML and is part of the presentation logic in Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). WBXML significantly improves the efficiency of transmitting XML over narrow bandwidth networks, where data size is of paramount importance.

Type: XML  #Views: 195  Category: Article    

XLink: An Introductory Example
Before we start to dissect the structure of XLink, let's examine a concrete example. Suppose you want to express in XML the relationship between artists and their environment. This includes making links from an artist to his/her influences, as well as links to descriptions of historical events of their time. The data for each artist might be written in a file like the following:

Type: XML  #Views: 170  Category: Article    

Dare to script tree-based XML with Perl
Parsing an XML document into tree structures makes it possible to operate on the tree structure of the data. Find out how to use the functions for accessing and manipulating the document tree, and follow a sample stock-trading application that uses Perl, DOM, XML, and a database to evaluate trading rules. (You can apply the same techniques with other scripting languages, including Tcl and Python.) This is the second installment on using scripting languages to manipulate and transform XML documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 172  Category: Article    

XML APIs for databases
Most Web applications require the presentation of database-generated information. XML, because of its ability to separate content from presentation, is fast becoming an industry standard for data exchange. Most XML tools work with either the SAX or DOM API. This article presents a way to blend the power of a database with the features of XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 203  Category: Article    

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