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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. It also provides a simple, pure Java implementation of XML APIs for databases that works with any JDBC data source. With this approach, XML tools can treat a database as a virtual XML document.

Type: XML  #Views: 162  Category: Article    

XML at the ADC: A Next Generation Data Repository.
The staff of the Astronomical Data Center (ADC at GSFC/NASA) is researching the benefits of using the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) for its repository of published astronomical data. Automated pipelines have been constructed for the flow of data from scientists and/or journal presses into XML documents. Data can be retrieved through the web via a variety of query methods. In the process, an XML software toolbox is in development for the importation, enhancement, and distribution of tabled data and their associated metadata documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 150  Category: Article    

Features and Requirements for an XML View Definition Language: Lessons from XML Information Mediatio
XML indicates a move towards viewing the Web as a big semistructured database, consisting of multiple autonomous sites which will be modeled around (guess what?) XML and sibling standards for the following:

Type: XML  #Views: 145  Category: Article    

A Metasearch Engine for an Address Database
We are going to develop a metasearch engine for address data [download the code examples]. It will use XML to compile database data from several sites and then format the data using XSL. All the metasearch engine processing will be done on the client!

Type: XML  #Views: 199  Category: Article    

XML-search query language: needs and requirements
This paper explores the needs of XML-search and makes comparisons between the INEX experience in evaluating XML retrieval and the recently proposed W3C requirements for extending XQuery and XPath to handle full-text retrieval. Our experience in INEX gave insight into some problems combining ranking with XML structured queries and more generally the needs from the users' perspective.

Type: XML  #Views: 159  Category: Article    

The Role of XML in Automated System Design
XML is quickly becoming the latest hype. It promises better communication between tools, repositories, and end users.

Type: XML  #Views: 162  Category: Article    

XML.com: Building an XML-based Metasearch Engine on the Server
In my last article I showed you how XML can make life for metasearch engines so much easier. I set up a scenario where two database driven address directory sites (called "All Addresses" and "Best of Addresses") allowed access to their data through a simple query interface. But in addition to a regular search engine user interface they also returned results as an XML format.

Type: XML  #Views: 126  Category: Article    

Managing hierarchical data: A look at XML repositories
With the proliferation of XML as a new common data format, the problem of managing XML documents has become more critical. New technologies are now available that allow organizations to better manage their information as XML documents. In this article, we'll examine the technology of XML repositories and see how they help drive the future of extensible shared data.

Type: XML  #Views: 196  Category: Article    

Jon Udell: XML for the rest of us
I've just returned from the XML Developer's Conference in New York. The upshot, from my perspective, is both good news and bad news. Let's start with the good, of which there is plenty. There can be no doubt that the fabric of the next-generation Internet is being woven of XML. As I'm sure is true for many of you, XML has already insinuated itself into many aspects of my daily work. I write this column in XHTML, because it's easy (for me) to do so, and because well-formedness helps ensure clean HTML rendering.

Type: XML  #Views: 164  Category: Article    

Tamino improves XML data management
XML DEEPENS THE data content of e-business applications, but it also makes data management more complex largely because most companies store their XML documents in database management systems that aren't optimized for XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 136  Category: Article    

XML APIs for Databases
We'll see an implementation of the SAX API for Databases that should work with any database with a JDBC driver. Next, we'll examine an implementation of the DOM API for Databases that uses the SAX API internally. To demonstrate the SAX API for Databases, we'll look at its integration with XT (an XSLT processor). We'll also see an example of how such integration can create HTML pages that incorporate an XSLT stylesheet directly from a database and how it can convert a database into an XML document. Finally, we'll look at how the DOM API for Databases integrates with an XQL processor.

Type: XML  #Views: 158  Category: Article    

Native XML Databases
This article will be an overview of using XML with databases. It provides the readers with the insights of XML, understanding XML documents properties (data-centric and document-centric documents) and the effects on databases. Also, exploring on Native XML Databases(NXD) and its application. Finally, discussion on the integrating XML with other databases such as Native XML Database (NXD) and Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS).

Type: XML  #Views: 164  Category: Article    

"XML: Promise and Problems"
Most librarians interested in technology will have heard of XML (Extensible Markup Language), which is widely predicted to be the future publishing format of choice for structured information on the Web. But what is XML, and how can librarians begin learning about and using this new technology? This article provides a brief overview of XML and an introduction to XHTML, the latest recommendation from the World Wide Web Consortium, which promises to help Web developers make the transition from the familiar HTML to the more powerful and flexible XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 140  Category: Article    

Tamino Improves XML Data Management
XML deepens the data content of e-business applications, but it also makes data management more complex largely because most companies store their XML documents in database management systems that aren't optimized for XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 116  Category: Article    

A Survey of Search Engines for XML Documents
We survey several searching and indexing techniques for XML documents. There are three broad approaches classified, namely, database-oriented approach, information retrieval-oriented approach and hybrid approach. We illustrate in each approach at least one related commercial/academic software as an example to motivate our classification. Relevant issues with indexing and searching XML documents are also discussed in this paper.

Type: XML  #Views: 189  Category: Article    

XMLLib for PUGXML with XPath
A library for PugXML which implements XPath.

Type: XML  #Views: 169  Category: Article    

Using MSXML to read XML documents
How to read XML documents using MSXML, in a modern C++/template manner.

Type: XML  #Views: 287  Category: Article    

XMLFoundation
Obtaining data marked up in XML creates the need for Application Layer tools to easily and efficiently work with XML data.

Type: XML  #Views: 199  Category: Article    

Convert INI file to XML
You probably need to convert your old INI files into XML. Read on for a solution.

Type: XML  #Views: 454  Category: Article    

XML class for processing and building simple XML documents
Link CMarkup into your VC++ app and avoid complex XML tools and dependencies.

Type: XML  #Views: 184  Category: Article    

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