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Using XML to Share Performing Arts Schedules
"Don't you have it set up so you can just automatically pull our listings from our Web sites?" the e-mail asked. "Not yet," I typed in my response. "But it's a great idea, and I'm working on it now."

Type: XML  #Views: 413  Category: Article    

Create a form data framework, part 2
In part one, I set the foundation for our data framework, including the TCollection template. This week, I'll address the details of the other supporting classes: CFolders, CFiles, and CFields. Also, I'll provide the XSLT stylesheet that's responsible for converting the XML to presentation.

Type: XML  #Views: 208  Category: Article    

An Interview with Don Box
I am an architect in the Distributed Systems Group. I am responsible for the protocols and the plumbing that we do in that group. I'm on an architecture team, so the responsibility is distributed, but basically five other architects and I work on the WS-* protocols, Indigo, and the stuff that leads up to Indigo, such as work on ASMX and Web Services Enhancements (WSE).

Type: XML  #Views: 195  Category: Article    

Publishing XML Documents in PDF and HTML with Cocoon
Sure, you can create a custom framework for multi-format publishing, but why bother? It's already been done. Take advantage of Apache Cocoon's ability to deliver PDF and HTML documents on demand.

Type: XML  #Views: 302  Category: Article    

Designing Extensible, Versionable XML Formats
Dare Obasanjo discusses what considerations you should make when versioning XML formats, as well as covering some approaches to designing extensible XML formats in a manner compatible with existing XML technologies.

Type: XML  #Views: 372  Category: Article    

Build a 5 minute ASP.NET "ToDo List"
A couple of years ago Susan Warren, formerly of Microsoft fame and now on to bigger and better things, wrote a marvelous ServerControl that overrides the DataGrid. Susan's grid offers several interesting features that make it extremely useful for certain types of applications - namely, it loads its DataSet directly from an XMLDocument file, and second, it already has all the edit / update / delete code "wired in".

Type: XML  #Views: 490  Category: Article    

Where In-Depth XML SKills Pay Off
Developers at Quadrix Solutions do their own XML hand-coding because, they say, XML is the best "applications glue" they've ever worked with. "Knowing XML has meant we can look at solving a whole variety of integration problems in ways that developers -- not just system architects -- would be familiar with," Quadrix president and cofounder Ben Reytblat told Integration Developer News. Based in Piscataway, N.J., Quadrix has made a name for itself by delivering custom-integration projects that many other firms might find too expensive or troublesome to bid on.

Type: XML  #Views: 421  Category: Article    

XML standards battle is brewing over Navy’s data-sharing plans
Proposed Navy rules for Extensible Markup Language use are forcing other agencies to take a stand on how they share and reuse data. The Navy plans to adopt international interoperability standards that would eliminate document type definitions, or DTDs, which many agencies now use for sharing documents. Newer XML schemas are more suited to individual data elements.

Type: XML  #Views: 149  Category: Article    

Adobe's InDesign and XML
The process of formatting and typesetting documents has come a long way in the relatively short span of time that modern computers have been around; the process has typically revolved around formatting scientific or technical documents using a variety of command-line tools. However, the latest version of Adobe's page-layout application, InDesign, integrates XML files into its visually oriented publishing workflow.

Type: XML  #Views: 508  Category: Article    

Misconceive Early, Misconceive Often
While XML's noblest and best are away directly injecting their brains with mind-altering drugs at Extreme Markup, there's still plenty of food for thought for the rest of us from last week's XML mailing lists and weblogs.

Type: XML  #Views: 376  Category: Article    

Data integration: A little DOP might do you
When he's not talking about his company's hardware products for XML network processing, Eugene Kuznetsov, CTO at Cambridge, Mass.-based DataPower Technology Inc., is evangelizing for DOP.

Type: XML  #Views: 157  Category: Article    

RFID Meets XML
Zebra Technologies said this week that its R110Xi radio-frequency identification printer-encoder is now XML-enabled. The company claims it's the first vendor to develop and bring to market an Extensible Markup Language bar-code and RFID smart-label printer designed for companies using enterprise resource planning, warehousing, and supply-chain and logistics software.

Type: XML  #Views: 210  Category: Article    

Perspective on XML: XML circles the globe
Developers are an ambitious bunch. The early rallying cry for Linux began with the words “world domination.” So how do software developers, whether community groups or corporate coders, go about such a conquest? Perhaps one can take a lesson from the myth of the Tower of Babel, whose story is so widespread across cultures that some either think it’s true or an apt symbol of a basic pillar of the human psyche.

Type: XML  #Views: 368  Category: Article    

Beyond XML Firewalling
Traditional development produces applications that are closed to wide usage. Custom development is required to open these programs to wide-scale integration. In contrast, Web services applications are by default open to other systems and additional configuration is required to block access.

Type: XML  #Views: 188  Category: Article    

Paging Mechanism Using XML+XSLT
XSLT works pretty good to transform XML documents, but the things are getting much better when we are able to pass arguments to the XSL. This article will show how arguments can be passed without server side logic involved.

Type: XML  #Views: 327  Category: Article    

What is different in XML?
One of the great benefits of XML is that it enables generalised processes to be developed that will work against any relevant XML document. For example XSLT provides a generalised transformation process. More specifically there are point-solutions for example a calculator that will add sales tax to any document that includes the relevant tax tags, or process that will add weather information based on post code. These applications work on any suitable document because they can pick out the relevant information tags and ignore the rest of the document.

Type: XML  #Views: 175  Category: Article    

.NET and XML: Part 2—XSD Schemas
W3C (the World Wide Web Consortium, http://www.w3.org) published the XML 1.0 specification on February 10th, 1998. The XML 1.1 specification was published six years later, on February 4th 2004. In the six years, XML has taken the industry by storm. XML has become the standard for how to describe and exchange data. The current development platforms, .NET and J2EE, support XML natively. All modern enterprise applications, be it a SQL Server or Oracle database, a BizTalk Server, an Office suite, or any of the other thousands of applications support XML to various degrees. You will be pretty hard pressed to find an application that does not support or use XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 214  Category: Article    

Designing Extensible, Versionable XML Formats
Dare Obasanjo discusses what considerations you should make when versioning XML formats, as well as covering some approaches to designing extensible XML formats in a manner compatible with existing XML technologies.

Type: XML  #Views: 182  Category: Article    

Improve performance in your XML applications, Part 2: Reuse parser instances with the Xerces2 SAX an
In this installment of a three-part series describing best practices for writing XML applications, authors Elena Litani and Michael Glavassevich explain how to improve your SAX and DOM applications' performance by using the Xerces2 implementation. They also include code samples to show you how to improve your application's performance by reusing parser instances.

Type: XML  #Views: 190  Category: Article    

Browser Boom
Conversation in the XML world is never far away from standards. After all, it was a standard that got us to where we are today. This week the focus is particularly on the renewal of innovation in the web browser and the associated problem of supporting a large legacy user base.

Type: XML  #Views: 122  Category: Article    

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