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Groovy and BSH to kill XML :)
As if by magic, there were two entries on using scripting languages instead of XML. One shows how to use Groovy to configure Spring, and the other shows how to use BeanShell instead of Ant. Of course it could have been the other way around too (Groovy for Ant is popular for example).

Type: XML  #Views: 178  Category: Resource    

IBM announces ID management partnerships
IBM Corp. said it is partnering with four companies that make XML (Extensible Markup Language) security products so that their products will work easily with IBM's Tivoli Access Manager management software.

Type: XML  #Views: 112  Category: Resource    

Programmatically caching Infopath templates using Application.CacheSolution
Infopath has a simple and elegent system for caching form templates - when you open a form with an unknown template, it extracts the template version and location information from an XML processing instruction (PI) in the form, and then loads the template from the specified location and caches it on the local machine. All this happens behind the scenes in a manner which is transparent to the end-user. In subsequent edits of that form the cached template will be used, unless the version number in the form is newer than the cached template version. In that case, the template will be automatically reloaded from the central location.

Type: XML  #Views: 352  Category: Resource    

XmlNameTable Revisited
After my post on the XmlNameTable: The Shiftstick of System.Xml I thought that I would follow it up with a second one to discuss it in greater detail as a result of the feedback comments. The XmlNameTable is an internal piece of implementation exposed on the System.Xml APIs which is why I drew parallels to it being the shift stick on a car. Most people drive automatic cars in the USA and having the ability to play with the performance of the car via a stick shift is unnecessary for most. In fact it is an inconvencience given that people typically eat, drink, do their hair and talk on the cell phone simultaneously.

Type: XML  #Views: 208  Category: Resource    

XmlNameTable: The Shiftstick of System.Xml
I spent much of today in a customer lab on performance in .NET applications covering best practices for System.Xml. As always the majority of people used XML somewhere in their application and needed to understand the performance implications of using one technique over another. One approach that I covered, among many others, is the use of the XmlNameTable class. This insignificant, yet crucial class, surfaces itself on all the classes in System.Xml that do some form of processing (XmlTextReader, XPathNavigator and XmlDocument) and like the shift stick on it car (gear stick if you live in the UK), is it an implementation detail that allows you to play with the performance of your XML processing.

Type: XML  #Views: 240  Category: Resource    

Checklist: XML Performance
Use this checklist if you want to imporove the XML performace.

Type: XML  #Views: 169  Category: Resource    

XML Syndication Supporters Mulling W3C Move
The effort among Atom supporters to create a standard XML syndication format took a new turn this week as the Web's leading standards body suggested a new route.

Type: XML  #Views: 130  Category: Resource    

XML Is Too Hard For Programmers
XML is a bouncing thriving five-year-old now, and yet I've been feeling unsatisfied with it, particularly in recent times. In particular in my capacity as a programmer.

Type: XML  #Views: 182  Category: Resource    

That's all for now
It's been a lot of fun writing XMLhack since 1999, but it's time for us to take a rest. XMLhack has always been run by volunteers writing in their spare time, and now most of us have so little of that precious commodity it's infeasible to keep the site going at anything like the rate we want it to be.

Type: XML  #Views: 174  Category: Resource    

OGC Announces First Interoperability Experiment Tackling LandXML and GML Interoperability
The Open GIS Consortium Inc. (OGC) announced that its first Interoperability Experiment (IE) will test a GML 3.0 application schema for encoding LandXML 1.0 documents (LandGML) and will provide a tool to transform LandXML 1.0 documents into LandGML documents. In a second phase, a tool will be developed to transform LandGML documents to LandXML 1.0 documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 201  Category: Resource    

PureEdge Delivers XML E-Forms For IBM WebSphere and Lotus Workplace
PureEdge Solutions Inc., a provider of automation for form-based business processes, this week announced that its secure XML e-forms are now available for integration with IBM Lotus Workplace 2.0 and IBM WebSphere Portal.

Type: XML  #Views: 203  Category: Resource    

Model Apps More Effectively
Visual Studio Magazine's Editor in Chief Patrick Meader spoke with Microsoft's modeling maven Keith Short recently. Short spearheads Microsoft's effort to overcome the "curse of the CASE tools" and bring modeling tools into everyday use by mainstream developers working with Visual Studio .NET. Naturally, Meader was curious to know how Microsoft's product strategy differed from previous, largely unsuccessful efforts to popularize UML and other modeling tools. Enter Microsoft's new Visual Studio Distributed Architecture Designer technology, code-named "Whitehorse." Whitehorse will be included in the future Visual Studio .NET release code-named "Whidbey," whose second alpha version is being demonstrated at VSLive! this week.

Type: XML  #Views: 191  Category: Resource    

Build Distributed Apps a New Way
Visual Studio Magazine's Editor in Chief Patrick Meader spoke with Microsoft's modeling maven Keith Short recently about the new Visual Studio Distributed Architecture Designer technology, code-named "Whitehorse." Whitehorse will be included in Whidbey, which is being previewed at VSLive! this week. This is Part 2 of that interview. (Read Part 1 here.)

Type: XML  #Views: 190  Category: Resource    

Pervasive Powers Real-Time, Oagis-Compliant Integration For Industry-Leading Advertising E-Commerce
Pervasive Software(R) Inc. (Nasdaq:PVSW), a global value leader in data infrastructure software, today announced that ASItransact, a collaborative advertising industry e-commerce exchange, is successfully using Pervasive Business Integrator(tm) to assimilate distributors and suppliers into its online order management system via XML, enabling greater flexibility to conduct business in compliance with OAGIS (The Open Applications Group Integration Specification), a widely accepted supply-chain standard for passing data in and out of applications in an XML format. ASItransact.com is an electronic order entry and management system that streamlines order processing for more than 3,000 suppliers in the promotional products industry.

Type: XML  #Views: 195  Category: Resource    

Dot Net XML NewsGroup
If you have any questions regarding XML, then you should ask your question in the Microsoft .NET XML newsgroup.

Type: XML  #Views: 133  Category: Resource    

DataPower First To Break Gigabit Barrier For XML Processing With Its XG4 XML Chip
DataPower, the leader in XML-aware networking, today announced the XG4™ (XML Generation 4) product family of XML chips and modules. The XG4 family, unveiled at Networld+Interop [Booth #2559], is the first XML networking security and acceleration solution to deliver gigabit performance necessary for today's high-speed network and server infrastructure.

Type: XML  #Views: 159  Category: Resource    

XML Web service Type Marshaling
This section illustrates that various data types can be passed to and returned from XML Web service methods. Because the XML Web services implementation is built on top of the XML Serialization architecture, it supports a significant number of data types. The following table lists the supported data types for XML Web service methods when using the SOAP protocol (for example, using the proxy generated by the Web Services Description Language tool, WSDL.exe).

Type: XML  #Views: 194  Category: Resource    

Write a Simple XML Web service
You can write a simple XML Web service in a few minutes using any text editor. The service demonstrated in this section, MathService, exposes methods for adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying two numbers. At the top of the page, the following directive identifies the file as a XML Web service in addition to specifying the language for the service (C#, in this case).

Type: XML  #Views: 195  Category: Resource    

Introducing XML Web services
The Internet is quickly evolving from today's Web sites that just deliver user interface pages to browsers to a next generation of programmable Web sites that directly link organizations, applications, services, and devices with one another. These programmable Web sites become more than passively accessed sites - they become reusable, intelligent XML Web services.

Type: XML  #Views: 179  Category: Resource    

Configuration File Format
ASP.NET configuration files are XML-based text files--each named web.config--that can appear in any directory on an ASP.NET Web application server. Each web.config file applies configuration settings to the directory it is located in and to all virtual child directories beneath it. Settings in child directories can optionally override or modify settings specified in parent directories. The root configuration file--WinNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\\config\machine.config--provides default configuration settings for the entire machine. ASP.NET configures IIS to prevent direct browser access to web.config files to ensure that their values cannot become public (attempts to access them will cause ASP.NET to return 403: Access Forbidden).

Type: XML  #Views: 176  Category: Resource    

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