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Where Is XML Headed?
Extensible Markup Language or XML has been around for a few years now. It has had quite an impact on the World Wide Web, on e-commerce, especially Web Services, and on software applications in general. You may have started hacking XML already, or you might not have taken the plunge yet.

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SyML, the Syllabus Markup Language
SyML is an XML markup language for writing syllabuses. Writing a syllabus in XML means that you can use lots of different XML tools to convert your syllabus into a variety of output formats (HTML, PostScript, PDF, etc.), while only having to maintain one syllabus file.

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XML Services in Adaptive Server Enterprise
Like HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), XML is a markup language and a subset of SGML (Standardized General Markup Language). XML, however, is more complete and disciplined, and it allows you to define your own application-oriented markup tags. These properties make XML particularly suitable for data interchange.

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Application integration using XML
As more organizations move to integrate, or aggregate, information from disparate applications (i.e. enterprise information portals) they face many challenges in extracting the data locked within proprietary environments. This presentation will define a framework for using the XML to simplify the communication and transformation of data between applications.

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Spatial/temporal datatypes
Many useful XML applications require a smooth integration of time- and space- dependent media objects and structures in XML documents. The XML tree document structures have limitations in support of spatial and temporal relationships for multimedia objects querying. However, the relationships could be specified based on spatial and temporal datatypes.

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Ways to Rome: Processing XML with Perl
One of Perl's key features is: things can be done more then one way. This holds when processing XML using Perl. This brief tutorial solves a simple task again and again using different, XML-related CPAN modules and programming styles.

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The SODA2 Project Group
SODA2 (for Semistructured Object DAtabase, Version 2) is a client-server, semistructured database system which is tailor-made for managing XML information. Query processing and optimization are implemented in and executed by clients while the server is responsible for storing and retrieving objects; handling transactions, object locks, garbage collection, database backups and recovery.

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Professional Visual Basic 6 XML
Now we have an easy and platform-independent method of describing XML data, validating its type as we wish and modifying and reading it programmatically. So we basically have a transportable miniature database. No surprise then that when you start to work with it, you'll feel the need for a query mechanism. Using the DOM, you can get to each and every node in your document, but it can get tiresome, maneuvering through the hierarchies of children to find that single node you are interested in.

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Specialized XML Processing
When you store XML documents of a particular type in Adaptive Server, you may want to update them or to process them in specialized ways. One way is to write a Java class specifically designed for the updates and processing of that type of XML document. This chapter shows an example of such a Java class, designed for the OrderXML documents described in Chapter 6, "Introduction to XML in the Database."

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An overview of XML
XML is a markup language and subset of SGML. It was created to provide functionality that goes beyond that of HTML for Web publishing and distributed document processing.

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Macromedia and XML, Part 1: Past, Present, and Future
Today, a never-ending barrage of press releases and advertisements tout the wonders awaiting web developers that use the Extensible Markup Language (XML). The hubbub over XML started back in early 1998 with the publication of the XML 1.0 specification. With claims of everything from turning the Internet into a massive mainframe to providing applications as services, XML has definitely piqued the interests of many web developers.

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The XML Message Router Release 1.1 User’s Guide
The XML Message Router Release 1.1(XMR1.1) is a system that provides reliable, efficient, and controllable information flow. XMR1.1 utilizes the publish-subscribe model to distribute data among consumers (subscribers) and producers (publishers), and uses XML as the information exchange standard. This document will explain the procedures to install, set up and use the system.

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Introduction to XML in the Database
This chapter provides an overview of the eXtensible Markup Language (XML), and methods for storing XML documents in Adaptive Server and generating them from SQL data.

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XML and Databases
XML and Databases

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XML Introduction
XML Introduction

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Abstract Introducing InfoPath Microsoft InfoPath 2003 By Example
On October 9, 2002, Microsoft announced a new Office application, code-named "XDocs". Built from the ground up to work natively with XML, XDocs enables creation of forms that can be easily integrated with Web services, databases, XML and any XML-enabled system, such as BizTalk Server. XDocs was later renamed as Microsoft InfoPath 2003.

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A Few Things to Remember About XML Maps and Script
As you work with XML maps, you might find it useful to keep in mind these notes about special behavior in XML maps and ECMAScript for mapping.

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A Few Things to Remember About XML Maps and Script
As you work with XML maps, you might find it useful to keep in mind these notes about special behavior in XML maps and ECMAScript for mapping.

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Example of Expressing Rights and Conditions to XML Data - Health ...
The objective of this example is to illustrate how XrML can be used with an XML data construct:

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XML with perl Introduction
XML with perl Introduction

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