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How to: Import a Permission by Using an XML File  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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An application might need to control access to a resource in a way that is not supported by the permissions shipped with the Windows Software Development Kit (SDK). For example, an application might use personnel records where each employee record is stored in a separate file; in this case, read and write access must be controlled independently on different types of employee data. The application developer must ship a permission class that allows the application to have this level of detail of a...

mc:ProcessContent Attribute     
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Specifies which XAML elements should still have content processed by relevant parent elements, even if the immediate parent element may be ignored by a XAML processor due to specifying mc:Ignorable Attribute. The mc:ProcessContent attribute supports markup compatibility both for custom namespace mapping and for XAML versioning....

How to: Define and Reference a Resource     
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The following example defines two types of resources: a SolidColorBrush resource, and several Style resources. The SolidColorBrush resource MyBrush is used to provide the value of several properties that each take a Brush type value. The Style resources PageBackground, TitleText and Label each target a particular control type. The styles set a variety of different properties on the targeted controls, when that style resource is referenced by resource key and is used to set the Style property of ...

INFO: Techniques to Improve Performance of XSL Transformations     
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This article lists some techniques to improve the performance of Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) Transformations. XSL is a functional language. XSL does not support features of common language. For example, XSL does not support return values, or globals. XSL is not an object-oriented language, and being modular costs processor cycles. There is no debug available for XSL, therefore, the debugging becomes difficult....

INFO: Roadmap for Executing XSLT Transformations in .NET Applications     
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This article provides a roadmap to introduce the .NET Framework namespaces and classes that you can use to programmatically execute Extensible Stylesheets Language Transformation (XSLT) transformations in .NET applications. Roadmap articles provide links to useful information, including online documentation, Microsoft Knowledge Base articles, and Microsoft white papers, to help you learn about a Microsoft product or technology....

Adding latest KnowledgeBase articles to the IBuySpy portal - part I     
Total Hits: 324  |  Today: 0Author: Naga Palanisamy      Rating:  
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ust a few days before, I(Naga Palanisamy) signed up for receiving Knowledgebase articles from kbalertz.com by email. Dave Wanta, has done a fabulous job with this great idea. If you have not yet signed up, do yourself a favor by signing up with kbalertz.com. When I signed up, I thought it will make an excellent web service, so that other sites can display this knowledgebase articles....

Working with the AJAX WebGrid and understanding its concepts.     
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The XSLT / AJAX WebGrid is a powerful new addition to the Infragistics WebUI Elements. Understanding the way this technology is applied to the WebGrid is important in creating applications that fully utilize its functionality. This article will cover some concepts that will need to be understood whenever using the Grid in specific programming patterns....

HOW TO: Validate an XML Document by Using DTD, XDR, or XSD in Visual Basic .NET     
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Extensible Markup Language (XML) documents contain elements and attributes, and provide a flexible and powerful way to exchange data between applications and organizations. To specify the allowable structure and content of an XML document, you can write a Document Type Definition (DTD), a Microsoft XML-Data Reduced (XDR) schema, or an XML Schema definition language (XSD) schema. XSD schemas are the preferred way to specify XML grammars in the .NET Framework, but DTDs and XDR schemas are also sup...

How to create a generic ASP.NET Web form to test XSLT transformations     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to create a generic ASP.NET Web form that you can use to evaluate the outcome of using different XSLT documents to transform XML documents without adding or modifying an processing instruction in the XML documents. Running XSLT transformations by loading and processing specified XML and XSLT documents is a common functionality in XML-based ASP.NET Web applications....

HOW TO: Create a Key Element for an XML Schema     
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Use this step-by-step guide to programmatically add a key element to an existing Extensible Markup Language (XML) schema. With relational data representation, you can create a primary key or a unique key to identify a single instance of data or a row. A key element is necessary to achieve a similar, unique representation of data in hierarchical data. XML data representation is an example of hierarchical data representation. In an XML schema, a key element makes the data representation unique. Th...

HOW TO: Pipeline XSLT Transformations in .NET Applications     
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This article demonstrates how to pipeline XSL Transformation (XSLT) transformations in .NET applications. The term "Pipelining" in the context of XSLT transformations, is the process by which the data in a source Extensible Markup Language (XML) document is incrementally transformed by a sequence of two or more XSLT stylesheets to generate the final required output. During the process, the output that is generated by each intermediate phase in the transformation pipeline is used as the input to ...

HOW TO: Use Extension Objects When You Execute XSL Transformations in Visual Basic .NET Applications     
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In-line script blocks and external code components can be used to implement custom routines that are invoked during the course of an XSL transformation (XSLT) to perform calculations and process data. Microsoft recommends that you avoid the usage of in-line script blocks, and instead use external code components to implement such custom routines when you design portable XSLT style sheets. External code components that are used by XSLT are referred to as XSLT Extension objects. This step-by-step ...

HOW TO: Execute Parameterized XSL Transformations in .NET Applications     
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This step-by-step article describes how to execute a parameterized Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) transformation in an ASP.NET application by dynamically supplying values for the input parameters that are defined in the referenced style sheet. You can also use these concepts in other types of .NET applications that execute parameterized XSL transformations....

HOW TO: Use Extension Objects When You Execute XSL Transformations in Visual C# .NET Applications     
Total Hits: 158  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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In-line script blocks and external code components can be used to implement custom routines that are invoked during the course of an XSL transformation (XSLT) to perform calculations and process data. Microsoft recommends that you avoid the usage of in-line script blocks, and instead use external code components to implement such custom routines when you design portable XSLT style sheets. External code components that are used by XSLT are referred to as XSLT Extension objects. This step-by-step ...

HOW TO Access protected document in Document Function of XSLT using Visual C# .Net     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates the process of instantiating and supplying a custom XmlUrlResolver to resolve document() references to external XML resources that are located on authenticated Web sites or folders. XmlTransform class uses the underlying XmlResolver class to read the files referenced in the XSL. You can specify the credentials to the XmlResolver. The XmlResolver class supports three methods for authenticating Web requests: Basic authentication, Digest authentication and Int...

HOW TO: Access Protected Document in Document Function of XSLT Using Visual Basic .NET     
Total Hits: 142  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This step-by-step article describes how to create an instance of and supply a custom XmlUrlResolver class to resolve document() function references to external XML resources that are located on authenticated Web sites or folders. The XmlTransform class uses the underlying XmlResolver class to read the files that are referenced in the XSL. You can specify the credentials to the XmlResolver....

FIX: Misleading statement in System.Security.Cryptography.Xml namespace documentation     
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The MSDN documentation on the System.Security.Cryptography.Xml namespace states this, "This XML model should not be used for general purposes." This statement should read as, "This XML model is to be used for Security purposes like signing XML objects with a digital signature. For general purpose XML programming, use the XML model provided in the System.Xml namespace."...



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