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Converting Flat Files to XML
By Elliotte Rusty Harold
Nov 5, 2002
Converting data from non-XML formats to XML is not particularly difficult, but there are no magic bullets to do it for you. You just have to roll up your sleeves and write the code. Once you've parsed the input data and organized it in the form you want, outputting it as XML is not hard. However, parsing the non-XML input data can be quite a challenge. Elliotte Rusty Harold explains how to fit the non-XML universe into an XML world.
Converting XML Nodes into Objects
By Paul Kimmel
Dec 10, 2004
Paul Kimmel explains a seldom-documented but useful technique for reconstituting an XML node in a web.config or app.config file into an object. This technique is used by Microsoft programmers in valuable tools such as the Exception Management Application Block (EMAB) to permit you to treat an XML node as a persisted XML object.
Converting XML to Relational Data for Use in DB2
By Matthias Nicola, Pav Kumar-Chatterjee
Aug 13, 2009
This chapter describes methods to convert XML documents to rows in relational tables.
Creating a Secure Development Framework
By Corsaire
Aug 27, 2004
Business applications can be weak spots in an otherwise secure network, but in this article, Glyn Geoghegan explains how to keep your applications as secure the rest of your IT infrastructure.
Creating a Tree View of XML Data in Visual Studio .NET
By John Paul Mueller
Sep 10, 2004
John Mueller shows how a tree view of your XML data can help you display the details with greater ease and examine those details with greater clarity.
Creating an XML-Based Message Broker in .NET
By Nauman Laghari
Nov 1, 2002
Learn how to use .NET to create a simple XML-based message broker application.
Creating C++ Interpreters for XML Extension Languages
By Fabio Arjona Arciniegas
Sep 7, 2001
Fabio Arciniegas, author of C++ XML, shows you how to create C++ interpreters for custom XML extension languages.
Creating Presentations with OperaShow
By Scott Nesbitt
Jul 23, 2004
While PowerPoint is a popular slide-making tool that's packed with bells and whistles, it's not always the best tool for creating presentation slides. Scott Nesbitt looks at OperaShow, a unique feature of the Opera web browser that turns the software into a presentation powerhouse.
Creating Typed DataSets with XML Schemas
By Paul Kimmel
Jan 24, 2003
The typed DataSet lets you write code that is strongly typed, more expressive, and conveys meaning in the language of the solution domain. Paul Kimmel shows you how to visually design an XML schema and use that schema to generate strongly typed DataSets without writing a single line of code.
Creating Valid XML Documents: DTDs
By Steven Holzner
Feb 27, 2004
In HTML, a browser can check HTML because it knows all about legal HTML. In XML, you define what's legal and what's not by specifying the syntax you're going to allow for an XML document. This makes validation critical. Steve Holzner shows you how to validate XML documents with document type definitions (DTDs).
Creating Well-Formed XML Documents
By Steven Holzner
Dec 5, 2003
Making your XML well-formed is integral to creating XML documents. Steve Holzner covers all aspects of well-formedness, including constraints, namespaces, infosets, and canonical XML.
Creating Well-Formed XML Documents
By Andrew H. Watt
Mar 28, 2003
In this chapter you will learn the rules that an XML document must satisfy to be considered well-formed.
Cutting Through the Hype: Where Web Services and SOA Are Really Working
By Louis Columbus
Sep 16, 2005
Businesses talk a lot about incorporating web services to save development time, leverage and integrate with legacy systems, and justify ROI by reducing headcount. But are web services improving ROI for most businesses? And where exactly does service-oriented architecture fit into the many complex workflows of manufacturing? Louis Columbus talks about the reality behind the hype.
Day Four: Reformulating HTML into an XML Application
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Oct 1, 2000
XHTML embraces the rules inherent to XML but allows you to use the rules of HTML. XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag discusses how to reformulate HTML into an XML application.
Day One: What Is XHTML?
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Oct 1, 2000
XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag walks you through the basics of XHTML, shows how it compares to HTML, and tells what it means for the world of Web development.
Day Three: XHTML 1.0: Logic and Reason
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Oct 1, 2000
XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag discusses how XHTML is a logical step in the evolution of Web markup.
Day Two: HTML: Why Not Just Wear Your Father's HTML?
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Oct 1, 2000
You might be comfortable with HTML, but XHTML is better. XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag discusses why it's worth making the switch.
Declaring XML Attributes
By W. Scott Means
May 24, 2002
Scott Means discusses attribute types and declarations in a DTD.
Defining Data with DTD Schemas
By Michael Morrison
Nov 11, 2005
This chapter introduces you to schemas, including the two major types that are used to define data for XML documents, and then focuses on DTD. This chapter explores the inner workings of DTDs and shows you how to create DTDs from scratch.
Definition and Ownership of Web Service Interfaces: WSDL or XSD?
By Rajal Shah, Naresh Apte
Jun 4, 2004
Continuing their architectural discussion of using the web services layer as a pure packaging strategy of a business module, Rajal Shah and Naresh Apte evolve the architecture further in this article to discuss message interfaces. If you already have XML-based messages as an interface to your module, the XSD for the messages could also be the web service interface for the module.

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