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Harold's Effective XML
Noted XML expert Elliotte Rusty Harold's book Effective XML offers best practices for users of XML technologies. Much of the discussion in the book touches on issues of XML design that have also preoccupied Uche Ogbuji, and in this article he discusses the book as the thread for further observations on XML design and best practices. Share your thoughts on this article with the author and other readers in the accompanying discussion forum.

Type: XML  #Views: 214  Category: Article    

Use ASP.NET or Visual Basic .NET to Transform XML to RTF and Display in Word
Learn different ways of converting XML data to RTF. XML is a flexible way of organizing and presenting data. RTF is a text-based format that encodes formatted text, document layout, and graphics. Converting XML data to RTF allows you to create useful documents easily and quickly from a wide variety of data sources.

Type: XML  #Views: 186  Category: Article    

Easy XML Publishing into Your Enterprise Portal
Enterprise portals provide a single interface to aggregated and componentized information. They significantly reduce the navigational issues inherent with Web sites and make it easier to publish information from disparate sources. The basic building blocks of enterprise portals are portlets, which are reusable, personalized Web components displaying content from various data sources.

Type: XML  #Views: 185  Category: Article    

The Evolution of Data-Oriented Services
My colleague wrote an article for XML-J two years ago about an opportunity we had to solve our data management challenges with XML. The result of our work was our XML Data Services (XDS), an XML data access language and processing engine, which allowed us to quickly and easily manage the bi-directional transform between data sources and XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 283  Category: Article    

Content Reuse, XML Cut the Cost of Globalization
Global business requires localized content, and language translation can be costly and time consuming. Arabic and Hebrew present unique challenges because they require layout changes for right-to-left reading.

Type: XML  #Views: 183  Category: Article    

A Generic Xml Dropdown Menu ServerControl
If you haven't followed the evolution of my DHTML Dropdown XML/XSL menu in its first incarnation as an ASCX User Control, you may wish to view that in my first article here.

Type: XML  #Views: 254  Category: Article    

Demystify SQL Server FOR XML EXPLICIT
FOR XML EXPLICIT is an option in SQL Server 2000 that allows you to return your results in a structure specifically defined by you. It is much more powerful than FOR XML AUTO and FOR XML RAW. This includes parent/child relationships, where values are shown as node values or node attributes, encoded or unencoded, and whether a particular column needed in a GROUP BY or ORDER BY clause should be included in the XML results. In my experience, this is a powerful feature for use with a wide variey of applictions such as e-commerce or survey based applications. I've also found this mechanism great for manipulating the XmlDocument returned and eventually passing it back to a different stored procedure in it's entirety and processing an update to the database with it. For information on working with XmlDocument's inside of stored procedures, click here.

Type: XML  #Views: 244  Category: Article    

XML programming in Java technology, Part 2
This tutorial covers these APIs: The Document Object Model (DOM), Levels 1, 2, and 3 The Simple API for XML (SAX), Version 2.0 JDOM, a simple Java API created by Jason Hunter and Brett McLaughlin The Java API for XML Processing (JAXP).

Type: XML  #Views: 163  Category: Article    

Full-Text Search Working Drafts Published
Through joint efforts the XML Query and XSL Working Groups have released the First Public Working Draft of XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Full-Text. The use cases have been updated. The drafts define a language that extends XQuery and XPath to allow full-text searching of XML text and documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 332  Category: Article    

New options for Java reporting
Integrating Excel and Word documents into Java applications has always been difficult. This article describes the new Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel XML document formats: SpreedsheetML and WordprocessingML. With these formats, creating a MS Word or MS Excel document is as easy as creating an XML document.

Type: XML  #Views: 210  Category: Article    

Eternal Refactoring
Since handing the reins of XML.com to the capable and erudite Kendall Clark, it is a pleasure to assume the mantle of XML-Deviant columnist once again. I'll be summarizing discussions and happenings from the XML developer community, centering on the XML-DEV mailing list and the associated world of XML and web standards.

Type: XML  #Views: 120  Category: Article    

Burton Group says XML standards consolidating
One analyst covering XML used to constantly add new standards to a single PowerPoint slide she used in presentations until the proliferation of standards, mostly beginning in X and often making cute acronyms, overwhelmed the slide and turned it into a black mass.

Type: XML  #Views: 167  Category: Article    

Integrating Portable XML Data with Portable C/C++ Code
XML is changing the world of information sharing and exchange. The XML standard allows users to clearly define their own data and documents in an open, platform-, vendor-, and language-neutral manner for tasks such as electronic data interchange, data management, and publishing. Its self-describable flexible tags that mark the start and end of a related data block construct a hierarchy of related data objects called elements—which may be a database, pieces of a Web page (links, numbers, metadata, text and images), or contents of a spreadsheet. This structure makes data reusable, easy derivable, and reconfigurable because XML separates content and presentation with context encapsulation.

Type: XML  #Views: 175  Category: Article    

Start developing CCXML applications
This tutorial offers an insight into the new Call Control XML (CCXML) language. This language enhances the telephony industry by allowing development of call control functionality, irrespective of the base proprietary telephony system.

Type: XML  #Views: 189  Category: Article    

Document .NET Libraries with XML Comments
Any development environment spawns standards. In the case of .NET, one of these standards is the way that developers expect class library documentation to look. Ideally, your class library documentation should follow the format and conventions that the .NET Framework SDK established for .NET namespaces.

Type: XML  #Views: 224  Category: Article    

Make Reports Quickly With ASP.NET and XML
Sometimes you need to create reports quickly. You might not always have time to format fancy reports containing graphs. Or maybe you have to create reports that do not need graphs. Reusing one ASP.NET web page you can display many reports.

Type: XML  #Views: 137  Category: Article    

XML Gets Into Action (Sheets)
The forthcoming browsers from Microsoft and Netscape are the first indications of what's going to come in the next year or so to transform XML from today's hyped technology into the basic structural basis for data in the future. Last time we looked at the most general level of XML support in Navigator 4.5 and Internet Explorer 5.0. This time we're going to take a look at a pair of interesting proposals to bring a new level of abstraction to the developer process.

Type: XML  #Views: 139  Category: Article    

Hints of XML Future in Forthcoming Browsers
With the release of a developer edition of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 5.0, and the imminent release of a beta of Netscape's Navigator 4.5, it's time to check how each company is living up to its pledge to support W3C recommendations when it comes to XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 153  Category: Article    

Getting Deep Into Metadata
Last time we looked at the general concept of what meta data is and why it is a key concept for understanding one of the ways that XML is going to be used for Web documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 144  Category: Article    

Above and Beyond: Understanding Metadata
In the demonstration application I showed in the last XML File, I introduced the concept of metadata without explaining what it is or what it is for. I hope the wait wasn't too much, because in this column I'll answer all of your burning questions.

Type: XML  #Views: 146  Category: Article    

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