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Microsoft opens up Visio schemas
Microsoft on Thursday announced it has released documentation that allows corporate and third-party developers to take full advantage of the XML-based schemas, called DatadiagramML, in its Office Visio diagramming tool.

Type: XML  #Views: 221  Category: Article    

Visio schemas link data in diagrams
Microsoft has released documentation that allows corporate and third-party developers to take full advantage of the XML-based schemas, called DatadiagramML, in its Office Visio diagramming tool.

Type: XML  #Views: 316  Category: Article    

XML database futures
As SQL and XML capabilities converge in the leading relational engines, you might conclude that there's no future for dedicated XML databases. A year ago, in his keynote at the InfoWorld CTO Forum, BEA Chief Architect Adam Bosworth explained why they're still relevant, and what their new mission will be. Coarse-grained XML messages are the wefts of the service-oriented fabric we're now weaving. We're going to be pumping a lot of those messages, and the pumps won't merely route messages. They'll also scan SOAP headers, correlate messages, enforce security policies, and respond to XPath-style queries -- all this in a real-time environment that can't tolerate the slightest delay.

Type: XML  #Views: 241  Category: Article    

Will Yukon strike XML gold?
Expected to ship by mid-2005, Yukon represents a major step forward for Microsoft in the XML arena. Striving to match the native XML storage capabilities in IBM’s, Oracle’s, and Sybase’s relational databases, Yukon will finally store XML data in a structured fashion, along with supporting the shredded and unstructured storage methods already available in Microsoft SQL Server 2000.

Type: XML  #Views: 165  Category: Article    

Databases flex their XML
If you could do one thing to improve integration and automate processes with customers and business partners, it would be to implement XML, which has become the standard for exchanging information between disparate systems because it is easily transformed into any format. With very little effort, the same file can be sent to several different customers with their own specific needs. XML eases the development effort for the transmitting company and gives recipients a safety net for altering the way they use the data without having to alter how they receive it.

Type: XML  #Views: 122  Category: Article    

Databases get a grip on XML
The next iteration of the SQL standard was supposed to arrive in 2003. But SQL standardization has always been a glacially slow process, so nobody should be surprised that SQL:2003 — now known as SQL:200n — isn’t ready yet. Even so, 2003 was a year in which XML-oriented data management, one of the areas addressed by the forthcoming standard, showed up on more and more developers’ radar screens.

Type: XML  #Views: 189  Category: Article    

XML for the rest of us
Last week in Philadelphia, I had the honor of delivering the opening keynote address at XML 2003. On the morning of the talk, I watched the cubicles light up in the bank across the street from my hotel. XML is a disruptive technology that is almost certainly replumbing the IT infrastructure of that bank. But to those bankers booting up their PCs and sipping coffee in early morning CRT glow, XML is still probably just plumbing — if that.

Type: XML  #Views: 183  Category: Article    

XML and CSS : Structured Markup with Display Semantics
In the last year, XML has emerged as a "universal" data format in a variety of application areas, such as physical sciences, engineering, and electronic commerce. Optimal presentation of such data to the user in a desired manner then is an important issue. One way of doing that is to use the traditional CSS approach by taking advantage of CSS support for XML in CSS, Level 2 (CSS2).

Type: XML  #Views: 183  Category: Article    

XML Euphoria in Perspective
"There's an enormous amount of publicity and hype surrounding XML. There are a lot of statements being made that on face value ... [But] when you look at the explanations ... there's nothing that would justify those assertions." - Charles F. Goldfarb, the inventor of SGML, in an interview with Web Techniques

Type: XML  #Views: 163  Category: Article    

XML Entities and their Applications
XML provides both a logical structure and a physical structure to a document. The logical structure tells what elements are to be included in a document and in what order. The physical structure governs the content in a document in form of storage units called entities. In general, entities allow you to assign a name to some content, and use that name to refer to that content.

Type: XML  #Views: 166  Category: Article    

XML Conformance : The Burden of Proof
XML is emerging as a mechanism for both data interchange between applications and document publishing on the Web. One of the major advantages of XML over SGML is that it enforces structuredness by imposing well-formedness. XML, unlike SGML, has no optional features. An XML document must be well-formed (if it is not well-formed, by definition, it is not an XML document) and in several crucial cases should be valid (conform to a specified schema, expressed formally in the DTD (document type definition)).

Type: XML  #Views: 183  Category: Article    

Perspectives of XML in E-Commerce
Electronic Commerce (E-Commerce) includes all aspects of business and market processes enabled by the Internet and the World Wide Web (Web) technologies. In the past few years, E-Commerce has tremendously benefited from the Web, with several companies offering products/services via the Internet. Conversely, E-Commerce has been a major factor in the evolution of the Web itself. Recent surveys predict that the trend in the dramatic growth of both Business-to-Business (B2B) and Business-to-Consumer (B2C) E-Commerce will continue.

Type: XML  #Views: 177  Category: Article    

Insert XML Files into Databases Using Xml2OleDb
Have you ever wanted to add your XML data files into a database? Xml2OleDb will demonstrate how easy ASP.NET makes it to add XML data to any OleDb database including SQL Server, Access, Excel, Visual FoxPro, FoxPro, and dBase.

Type: XML  #Views: 206  Category: Article    

Microsoft and Multimap to Deliver Location Technology via XML Web Services
Microsoft and Multimap, a provider of online mapping and location-based solutions, have signed an agreement to accelerate the delivery of solutions based on the Microsoft MapPoint Web Service.

Type: XML  #Views: 153  Category: Article    

An introduction to XML Namespaces
This article discusses the background behind XML Namespaces. It presumes a fundamental grasp of basic XML Syntax, and the concepts of an XML document and a DTD (Document Type Definition).

Type: XML  #Views: 158  Category: Article    

Transforming HTML Form Data as XML Strings Using Java
In a previous article, "Posting HTML Form Data as XML Strings," Jasmit Kochhar demonstrated a technique to transform data posted by an HTML form into a well-formed XML document using Active Server Pages (ASP). In this article, he shows you how to create a Java class that does a similar transformation. The class may be called from a Java servlet or a CGI script to suitably format the data.

Type: XML  #Views: 270  Category: Article    

XML 2004: I'll Be There
My submission on Designing Extensible & Version Resilient XML Formats has been accepted to XML 2004. It looks like I'm going to be in Washington D.C. this fall. Currently I'm in the process of writing an article about the topic of my talk which should show up on MSDN and XML.com in the next month or so. Afterwards I plan to submit a revised version of that article as the paper for my talk.

Type: XML  #Views: 183  Category: Article    

XML digital signatures in a nutshell
Digital signatures are widely used as security tokens, not just in XML. In this article, we look at how to create a digital signature and the way that digital signatures are constructed. We examine the current W3C XML digital signature and consider the effects of the structure of this XML-specific tool. The chapter concludes by finding where this construct fits into overall XML security and its potential uses.

Type: XML  #Views: 203  Category: Article    

UTF-8 encoded XML file/stream processing
Process an UTF-8 encoded XML file or stream; read group & attribute values; write & delete grps, attribs, values & comments.

Type: XML  #Views: 245  Category: Article    

Populate Table Control dynamically from DataReader according to format given in an XML file
An article on how to use a format given in an XML file to populate a Table control from the records contained in a SQL Data reader.

Type: XML  #Views: 186  Category: Article    

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