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Writing XML Providers for Microsoft .NET     
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Roughly five years ago Microsoft introduced the Universal Data Access (UDA) architecture, which promised to simplify working with enterprise data. The UDA strategy promoted exposing data through a single suite of COM interfaces known collectively as OLE DB, the idea being that a single suite of interfaces lowers the bar for consumers and makes it easier for them to access a variety of supported data stores whether they are relational or nonrelational. In an OLE DB-centric world, consumers no lon...

XML/XSLT Word Report Generator     
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There are many tools which allow creating documents based on data stored in a database: Crystal Reports, Fast Reports etc. Most of them do not allow a user to edit a template. The task I’ve tried to solve is to create a tool based on XML/XSLT, which allows a user to create a template from scratch, namely:

* Construct a SQL query in order to obtain XML and XML schema from SQL server.
* Construct a WordML template.
* Generate document, which could be virtually represented ...

Reading and Writing XML in .NET Version 2.0 - Part 1     
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It must be tough for companies that develop software for working with XML. No sooner do they get a product out of the door, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) changes the recommendations and standards so that their product is out of date. Yet the manufacturers still have to maintain backward compatibility with their previous releases, while attempting to encompass all the new standards. We've seen this several times before in Microsoft's XML product space, and the process shows little sign of s...

XML Courseware  Version: 1.3     Price: $1,200.00 / Free Trial  
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Sold on an annual site license basis. Upon completion of the course the delegate should be able to: Create XML-based applications:-
-creating their own grammars; using industry standard grammars;
-generating XML from a Database; federating XML data feeds from offsite; -manipulating XML data using XSLT, XPath, DOM and SAX;
-validating XML using XML Schemas and DTDs; -using SOAP and Web Services; -developing integrated N-tier applications in a B2B or B2C scenario....

WPF is for developers, too     
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It's been a lot of fun seeing the excitement building around Windows® Presentation Foundation (WPF) in its first months in the wild. The introduction of Expression Blend™ has solidified WPF as the first user experience platform from Microsoft built with designers in mind. This designer empowerment has been made possible by XAML, an XML-based model for describing objects. In the case of WPF, XAML describes controls, styles, and animations. Being XML-based enables XAML to be much more toolable th...

Using the XmlDocument Class Video     
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The XmlDocument class provides a wealth of capabilities including the ability to parse, filter, and edit XML data. In this video tutorial, Microsoft MVP Dan Wahlin shows a few of the ways that the XmlDocument class can be used to work with XML data....

Using the XmlTextReader Class Video     
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The XmlTextReader class provides a fast, forward-only API for parsing XML documents. In this video tutorial you will see how to use the XmlTextReader to parse RSS feeds, combine it with the XmlTextWriter class and how it can be used to generate different XML formats such as Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)....

Validating XML     
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In the creation of a database, a data model and integrity constraints can create certainty in the structure and content of the data. But how do you enforce that kind of control when your data is just text in hand-editable files? Fortunately, validating files and documents can make sure that data fits constraints. In this tutorial, you will learn what validation is and how to check a document against a Document Type Definition (DTD) or XML Schema document....

XML Development in .NET Training   Price: $395.00  
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The World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) XML technology is a powerful new tool in building distributed application. Microsoft?s .NET Framework embraces XML and uses it in everything from configuration files to XML Web Services. As a .NET developer it is important to become familiar with how .NET exposes functionality to work with XML Data. This course course teaches developers how to program with XML in the Microsoft® .NET Framework in order to build Microsoft Windows or Web-based integrated applic...

Turn User Input into XML with Custom Forms Using Office InfoPath 2003  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Office InfoPath 2003 is a new Microsoft Office product that lets you design your own data collection forms that, when submitted, turn the user-entered data into XML for any XML-supporting process to use. With an InfoPath solution in place, you can convert all those commonly used paper forms into Microsoft Office-based forms and end the cycle of handwriting and reentering data into your systems. Today organizations are beginning to realize the value of the mountains of data they collect every day...

XML in Microsoft Office Word 2003     
Total Hits: 78  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Skonnard      Rating:  
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Several years ago I began a new book project and decided to write the entire project in XML. I figured that producing the book in XML would allow me to reuse the content elsewhere, transform the content into different output formats, and make it easy to manipulate with myriad XML technologies including XPath, XSLT, the various XML APIs, and possibly even XQuery.
When I started to investigate how I might accomplish this, I opened Microsoft® Office Word 2000 and began to experiment....

New XML Features in .NET Version 2     
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Version 1.1 of the .NET framework supports today’s mainstream XML technologies including DTDs, XML Schema, XSLT, XPath, SOAP 1.1, DOM Level 2, and XML namespaces. While version 2 of the framework continues to support these technologies (and newer versions where appropriate), it also adds significantly more perfomant XSLT transformations, enhanced XmlReader and XmlWriter APIs, plus a more powerful XPathNavigator class (to name a few of the enhancements)....

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