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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...

WPF is for developers, too     
Total Hits: 76  |  Today: 0Author: Kevin Moore      Rating:  
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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...

Stop Tailoring, Create Generic!!!     
Total Hits: 41  |  Today: 0Author: Harsha Priya N V      Rating:  
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This article gives no much detail on the implementation but limits itself in discussing on how to make your application generic. I stress on the word “almost,” as to my knowledge I believe that it is not possible to make every application completely generic using the method discussed. However, having implemented the design, rather the idea successfully, I trust that the readers would be convinced that creating a generic application is not much of an over head as thought....

Using XML     
Total Hits: 13  |  Today: 0Author: J. David Eisenberg      Rating:  
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During my second lecture to an XML class at a local community college, I explained how XML lets you define your own markup language with custom tags and attributes. I had finished defining a simple markup language for use with a list of amateur sports clubs, and had displayed a sample document written with that markup. At that point, one student asked:
“Isn’t it inefficient to have to type all those tags for every club? What good is this? It looks nice, but what can I do with this document? H...

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 ...

How Excel 2003 Infers XSDs When Importing XML Data     
Total Hits: 33  |  Today: 0Author: Frank Rice      Rating:  
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Learn the rules and instances where Microsoft Office Excel 2003 infers schema from XML data during import and export. Understand why Excel creates the schemas it does and learn to modify your own XML data to create a schema that fits your needs....

Total Hits: 51  |  Today: 0Author: kudos-india      Rating:  
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XML was designed to describe data and to focus on what data is. HTML was designed to display data and to focus on how data looks. Before you continue you should have a basic understanding of HTML / XHTML, JavaScript or VBScript. If you want to study these subjects first, find the tutorials on our related pages....

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...

What Is XML and Why Should I Care?     
Total Hits: 174  |  Today: 0Author: Tony Stewart      Rating:  
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In this presentation I walk through the key components, explaining each one and showing how they are relevant to us as developers and information application designers. By the end of the session, participants will have a basic understanding of the key standards - XML, XSL, XML-Schema, DOM, SAX, Namespaces, XLink - and their related technologies, and will know how these standards are used in the different categories of XML applications that are being developed today....

Getting the Most Out of XML with XPath     
Total Hits: 186  |  Today: 0Author: Jack D. Herrington      Rating:  
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If you struggle sometimes with XML's complex tree structure and syntax, you'll want to get your hands on (and your head around) XPath. XPath makes it as easy to view and query XML data as it is to work with a basic file structure. Find out what this simple tool can do for you....

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....

Code Documentation in .NET     
Total Hits: 23  |  Today: 0Author: Steven Swafford      Rating:  
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Documenting your code in .NET is much easier than you might expect. In this article, Steven Swafford discusses the XML documentation tags recommended by Microsoft, and shows how to put these tags to use. By taking the time to document your code, not only will you and others be able to clearly understand the code and utilize features such as IntelliSense, you will also be able to employ third-party tools such as NDoc to generate professional-looking MSDN-style documentation. This article also loo...

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....

Editing XML Files with Microsoft Excel     
Total Hits: 24  |  Today: 0Author: aspalliance      Rating:  
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With all the talk about integrating XML into business applications you would think that at least one of these programs would allow you to edit XML without coding the HTML tags. Well, you're right Microsoft Excel 2003 can do it for you....

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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