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Deploy Solutions Awarded HR-XML Certification
Deploy Solutions(TM), the premier provider of applicant tracking, electronic recruiting and talent optimization solutions, today announced that it has received HR-XML certification from the HR-XML Consortium, an independent, non-profit, and vendor-neutral organization. Deploy receives the certification as part of the consortium's HRcertify program which recognizes organizations that successfully demonstrate the use of open data exchange standards developed by the consortium.

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Dan Wahlin saves my sorry, ignorant butt once again
I've lost count of how many times Dan Wahlin, either directly through e-mail or indirectly through his writing, has helped me out with XML-based problems in my projects. I was able to tap Dan's wisdom yet again this morning as I sussed out a nagging problem with inferred schemas and XML's nature to assume all fields are strings in lieu of a more formal validation structure.

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o:XML Object-oriented XML, the Language
Check out this new XML-based programming language, o:XML. I have long anticipated something like this but am embarrassed to admit that I didn't discover it two years ago, when it got started. Version 1.0.0 was proudly released on the project's second anniversary. I only found about it because it was featured in the Daily Python URL (on 2004-07-23), one of my favorite non-.NET information sources (Rss 2.0 feed).

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XML Events for HTML Authors
This document is a quick introduction to XML Events for HTML authors. XML Events is a method of catching events in markup languages that offers several advantages over the HTML onclick style of event handling.

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How to handle mixed content elements in XML documents in InfoPath 2003
This article describes how InfoPath handles a schema with mixed content for a form data source.

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WinHttp, Cookie-based Auth and Too Much Coffee
I had a couple of cups of coffee with dinner last night, and ended up perched in front of my PC, unable to sleep, and unable to solve a problem involving XMLHTTP and (as it turns out) cookies.

Type: XML  #Views: 538  Category: Resource    

VS2005 Color Scheme / XML Doc Comments : Who's Idea Was That?
This is what XML doc comments look like using my current color scheme in Visual Studio 2003.

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XMLSoft releases, News Search Engine, With Custom XML News feeds in RSS and Atom forma
XMLSoft Ltd, the company behind and have successfully completed work on their news search engine.

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Stylus Studio 5 XML IDE Adds Industry Leading Saxon XQuery Processor Support for Seamless XQuery Dev
Stylus Studio, the leading provider of powerful development tools for XML technologies including XML, XSL, XSLT, XML Schema, Web Services, SQL/XML, and XQuery, has added new support for Saxon, the industry's first processor to combine Xquery and XSLT 2.0 support, to its XQuery development tool set.

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Vasont Systems to present at Tri-XML Conference
Vasont Systems, a leading provider of content management software and data services, today announced that Brett Freeman, Sales Engineer for Vasont Systems, will be presenting "Managing Change: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Implementing a Content Management System" at the Tri-XML 2004 conference on Thursday, July 22, 2004 at 3:15 pm. This year's Tri-XML Conference is located at the Sheraton Imperial in Durham, NC.

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HR-XML to promote EU standards
The HR-XML Consortium has formed a European chapter in a bid to drive the development and adoption of HR-XML standards.

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Transformation at Elsevier
The Challenge: Technical publisher Elsevier wanted a faster, more flexible way to manage, search, aggregate and reuse content from its more than 1,800 scientific, medical and engineering journals as well as from external sources. In the wake of acquisitions, the company had more than a dozen content management and search engines in use, and users couldn't access, search and share content in a unified way.

Type: XML  #Views: 217  Category: Resource    

FeedBurner and Flickr Announce Partnership to Drive Next-Generation Photo Sharing Services
Flickr, the online photo sharing service, and FeedBurner, a provider of syndication services, will today begin offering 'splicing', a unique way to combine photos into existing weblog RSS feeds. Combining weblog and photo feeds into one chronological feed simplifies the sharing process for both publishers and viewers. "The way photographs are shared is undergoing a change as big as the move from film to digital," noted Stewart Butterfield, president of Ludicorp, the company behind Flickr. "It's exciting to be working with the team at FeedBurner on this; no one else is doing as much for the future of XML syndication."

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IBM Debuts Self-Configuring Technology for Developers Creating Autonomic Computing Solutions
IBM today unveiled a new self-configuring technology that will enable developers to create packaged software solutions for installation on a wide variety of platforms. With the new Solution Installation for Autonomic Computing technology, ISV and corporate developers can now simplify the software packaging process and improve the installation and support experience for customers.

Type: XML  #Views: 192  Category: Resource    

IBM leads push to smooth software installation
The XML-based specification, known as the Solution Installation for Autonomic Computing, was written by IBM, Novell, and installation software companies InstallShield Software and Zero G Software. IBM said the group's submission of the specification was accepted by the news:link url="">World Wide Web Consortium, or W3C, Thursday.

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Processing XML with JavaScript
I came across a situation at work today where I needed to take an XML string from a textarea and perform DOM manipulations on it using JavaScript. After some digging around, I remembered an open source library called Sarissa I had checked out a few days ago. Sarissa is a remarkably useful piece of code: it offers a unified interface in both Internet Explorer and Mozilla for handling HTTP requests, processing XML documents and fragments and performing XSLT transformations. The IE functions are mostly provided using ActiveX objects, while the Mozilla functions take advantage of Mozilla's XML Extras package.

Type: XML  #Views: 315  Category: Resource    

XML-'Reloaded' PHP5 Released
Apache-backed PHP Group, which oversees one of the most popular open source scripting languages, officially released PHP version 5.0 Tuesday. The release follows four betas and three release candidates dating back to June 29, 2003 before it was considered stable enough for the latest release. PHP 5.0 includes numerous enhancements that further extend the functionality of the language. For example, XML (define) support has been "completely redone" with extensions now focused around the libxml2 library.

Type: XML  #Views: 151  Category: Resource    

Revisiting XML DevCon 2003 – The Videos
It is hard to believe, but it has been just over one year since XML DevCon 2003. Because most of the subject mater was pretty ahead of its time for the common enterprise developer, I’m sure most of the people that read this blog either didn’t watch the videos on MSDN TV, or only understood a limited amount of the content. Now with another years worth of experience under your belt, you should take the time to watch them again. I’ve found lots of little tid bits that I missed the last time.

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PHP 5 Released!
XML support has been completely redone in PHP 5, all extensions are now focused around the excellent libxml2 library (

Type: XML  #Views: 196  Category: Resource    

Knobs and Trees
That non-Microsoft browser makers have organized themselves as the WHAT Working Group to develop browsers further should come as no surprise: Microsoft is obviously looking in the direction of XAML and is probably quite happy with the current state of HTML.

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