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XsltArgumentList Class  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Contains a variable number of arguments which are either XSLT parameters or extension objects....

XsltSettings Class  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Specifies the XSLT features to support during execution of the XSLT style sheet....

OPC XML-DA Sample Clients     
Total Hits: 116  |  Today: 0Author: Advosol Inc.      Rating:  
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The OPC XML-DA standard and the currently widely used OPC DA V2 standard address the same tasks but the server interface is quite different, due to their different base, web services respectively DCOM. Developers of OPC client applications have to be aware of these differences. The sample client applications show how the Read and Subscribe/Poll functions are used from different kinds of applications. The VB.NET and C# samples use the .NET web services support, the HTML/ASP scripts use the MSSOAP...

A guided tour to XAML     
Total Hits: 83  |  Today: 0Author: Raahul Kumar Saxena      Rating:  
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To design user interfaces for windows, XAML provide the new way to do this. Here in designing user interfaces, XAML has so many exciting features. Basically we use XAML with Window Presentation Foundation (WAP). In .NET Framework 3.0 there are four new technologies, where XAML works with these technologies like as, in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) where it is used as a user interface markup language to define UI elements, data binding, eventing, and other features, and in Windows Workf...

Programming with XML Documents     
Total Hits: 54  |  Today: 0Author: Ivor Horton      Rating:  
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An XML processor is a software module that an application uses to read an XML document and gain access to the data and its structure. An XML processor parses the contents of a document and makes the elements, together with their attributes and content, available to the application, so it is also referred to as an XML parser. In case you haven't met the term before, a parser is just a program module that breaks down text in a given language into its component parts. A natural language processor w...

Securing Web Services with WSE 2.0     
Total Hits: 51  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Skonnard      Rating:  
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Beginning this month, The XML Files will run under the name Service Station. We have made this change so that the column can discuss broader topics such as Web services, service-oriented architecture, and the like.
In the August 2004 issue, I gave you an introductory tour of the various new and improved features in Web Services Enhancements for Microsoft® .NET (WSE) 2.0. This month I'll take you on a tour of the WSE 2.0 security features and show you how to automate security code with declara...

Merging XML Files, Schema Validation, and More     
Total Hits: 25  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Skonnard      Rating:  
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Q How can I merge the contents of multiple XML files into one?
Q Is it possible to validate an XML document against an XML Schema definition embedded within a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) document?
Q What are the best techniques for managing Web Service references in client applications?...

XML Namespace Collisions, XmlNodeList and Deserialization, and More     
Total Hits: 26  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Skonnard      Rating:  
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Q I am developing a public Web Service that will provide a single interface to all of my organization's internal systems. As a result, I have built several intermediary Web Services that, in turn, get wrapped by the public Web Service. If I use the same class name in any of these Web Services, I get an error when browsing to the WSDL file although it compiles just fine. How do I resolve this?
Q I'm working on a Web Service and want to return a nodeset from one of its methods. I had originally...

WS-Policy and WSE 2.0 Assertion Handlers     
Total Hits: 10  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Skonnard      Rating:  
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Back in the July and August 2003 issues of MSDN® Magazine, Dan Sullivan and I covered various Web services validation techniques. We highlighted the fact that the ASP.NET Web services framework (ASMX) does not perform XML Schema validation on incoming messages and we illustrated the types of problems that can occur as a result. (Take a look at the end of this column for the URLs of these pieces.)

Even with XML Schema validation, however, there are a variety of business rules that cannot b...

XML Report from the Microsoft PDC 2003     
Total Hits: 8  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Skonnard      Rating:  
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This issue marks three years of The XML Files. As I reminisce over my personal XML journey and how simply it all began, I'm astonished at how firmly rooted XML is in today's software development landscape. I always said "XML will change the world," but only after reflection did I realize that it has actually happened.
XML was everywhere at the November 2003 PDC. There weren't many sessions that didn't at least mention XML or some other new "X" technology. Although Microsoft has always been a ...

Using the Excel 2003 Object Model to Add XML Data Integration     
Total Hits: 33  |  Today: 0Author: Peter Vogel      Rating:  
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Connecting workbooks to data sources so that spreadsheets can manipulate and update data is a common goal in Office-based solutions. Microsoft Office Excel 2003 makes this much easier and more sweeping in its power by adding more XML data integration capabilities. This article demonstrates using the Excel object model to take advantage of the XML support in Excel including namespaces, XML Lists, XML Maps, data binding and more....

Using Visual Basic and ASP with XML to Generate Excel 2003 Workbooks     
Total Hits: 348  |  Today: 0Author: Frank Rice      Rating:  
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Learn ways to use XML files and XML style sheets to create formatted Excel workbooks. XML templates created using either Active Server Pages (ASP) or Microsoft Visual Basic gives you the flexibility to pick the method of creating templates that best suit your goals...

Hacking XML     
Total Hits: 208  |  Today: 0Author: Michael Fitzgerald      Rating:  
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The problem of converting plain text into basic, well-formed XML occurs over and over again in XML processing. As a general rule, I like to get data into XML as quickly as possible and leave it in XML for as long as possible (preferably forever). The sooner I can get data into XML, the sooner I can bring all my XML-processing tools and knowledge to bear on the data-processing challenges. When the volume of markup to be created is small, hand-editing using one-off text editor macros is a powerful...

XML Syntax     
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The syntax rules of XML are very simple and very strict. The rules are very easy to learn, and very easy to use.Because of this, creating software that can read and manipulate XML is very easy....

XML Parser     
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This article explains about the XML Parser.To read and manipulate XML documents, you need an XML parser....

How can XML be Used?     
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It is important to understand that XML was designed to store, carry, and exchange data. XML was not designed to display data....

Programmatically using ADO.NET and XML     
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With ADO.NET, a database can be regarded as a virtual XML document. XPath query and XSLT transformation are naturally available...

XML Best Practices for SQL Server Yukon     
Total Hits: 25  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This document provides guidelines for XML data modeling and usage in SQL Server? "Yukon." Some examples are provided to illustrate the ideas. To get the most from this paper, readers should have a......

Insert XML Files into Databases Using Xml2OleDb     
Total Hits: 159  |  Today: 0Author: aspalliance      Rating:  
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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....

What is XML and how to write XML?     
Total Hits: 56  |  Today: 0Author: Irfan Mansha      Rating:  
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In this article we will learn XML technology applying XML Patterns. These patterns represent best design techniques to write XML documents. The major emphasis of the article is to understand and grasp the concept of structure because I think; concept of the structure is the backbone of XML technology. We will also see Object-Oriented approach to write XML structure....

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