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Performance and Load-Testing of Axis with Various Web Services Styles
By Rajal Shah, Naresh Apte
Jul 16, 2004
Rajal Shah and Naresh Apte evaluate the performance and load-testing characteristics of various styles of web services with Axis.
Building a Visual FoxPro Application for SQL Server
By Les Pinter
Jul 2, 2004
Learn how to build a data access layer to communicate with either DBFs or SQL Server. Even cooler, you'll do it with no code to change when you move from DBFs to SQL tables, and an upsizing wizard to migrate the data for you. Find out how to use a data access layer in FoxPro, which gives you the ability to use DBFs, SQL Server, a WebConnection XML server, or XML Web services.
Cleaning Your Web Pages with HTML Tidy
By Scott Nesbitt
Jul 2, 2004
Even with the push for web standards, many web pages are still plagued by sloppy coding. Technical writer Scott Nesbitt looks at fixing problems with HTML files using HTML Tidy.
The Foundations of Distributed Message-Level Security
By Jothy Rosenberg, David Remy
Jun 11, 2004
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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.
Learning About JMS Messages
By Kareem Yusuf
May 28, 2004
Need step-by-step guidance through WebSphere JMS development? In this sample book chapter, you'll examine JMS messaging concepts and considerations. Learn how message content is defined, as well as the three popular physical formats used to structure message content, and discover the structure of the JMS message.
.NET Tools for Working with XML
By Peter Aitken
May 21, 2004
.NET provides a powerful set of classes for working with XML directly. This article provides an overview of the most important of these classes, and some examples of what you can do with them.
Navigation in XQuery
By Michael Brundage
May 7, 2004
This chapter explores how XQuery provides a litany of navigation expressions. It is designed to be a language in which queries are concise and easily understood. It is also flexible enough to query a broad spectrum of XML information sources, including both databases and documents.
The Great XML-Access Database Exchange
By April Wells
May 7, 2004
With the latest releases of Access, you can export database data from Access to XML format for use in a web site, export data to other databases, and even import XML data from a web site right back into your Access database. This means ease of recordkeeping for a small business gathering sales over the Internet, or the collection of feedback from uses of your web site into your database for analysis and safekeeping.
XSLT 2.0 Web Development: Elements of a Web Site
By Dmitry Kirsanov
Apr 30, 2004
Dmitry Kirsanov looks at how source definition rules can be applied to real-world source XML documents of a typical web site. Kirsanov covers markup constructs commonly used in page documents and presents complete summary examples of a page document, a master document, and a Schematron schema to validate them.
Introduction to Grid Computing
By Joshy Joseph, Craig Fellenstein
Apr 16, 2004
Using the Java Wireless Toolkit
By Bob Reselman
Apr 16, 2004
Bob Reselman shows you how to use the Java Wireless Toolkit to turn a user's cell phone into a mini tune player. Why would you want to do this? You get to learn a thing or two about writing Java code for mobile devices. And it's fun!
XML and Wireless Technologies: WML
By David Gulbransen
Apr 16, 2004
David Gulbransen illustrates how XML penetrates just about everywhere in the Internet. However, the triumph of XML has continued even after thatโ€”to wireless technologies.
RSS: Implementation Issues and Recommendations
By Tristan Louis
Mar 12, 2004
If you're going to set up content distribution with RSS, you'll need to make some basic decisions. After that, though, it's pretty easy to implement RSS feeds on your site.
Introduction to XForms: XML Powered Web Forms
By T. V. Raman
Mar 5, 2004
As we deploy Web access to software at all levels of complexity ranging from business back-ends to simple electronic transactions, we need to revisit the design of HTML forms that are the essential underpinnings of the transactional Web. XForms — a revision to the existing HTML forms technology developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C — builds on the advantages of XML to create a versatile forms module that can stand the Web in good stead for the next decade.
Location Steps and Paths in XPath
By Steven Holzner
Mar 5, 2004
The idea behind XPath location paths is very much the same as directory paths, except that the XPath syntax can get much more complex and detailed. Steve Holzner explains.
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).
Using XML in Reporting Systems
By Casey Kochmer, Erica Frandsen
Feb 27, 2004
No matter what the Web application, or where it's implemented, it's a safe bet to assume that there will be some reporting involved. The development of many reporting systems can benefit from the appropriate placement and usage of XML.
Designing Your Software for Cross-Platform Use
By Robert LeBlanc, Dee Ann LeBlanc
Feb 20, 2004
Those who need their code to compile on more than one platform can save time and headaches by learning to implement "abstraction layers." While this technique introduces new layers of complexity in your code, Dee-Ann and Robert LeBlanc promise that the tradeoff is well worth the effort.
Mapping between XML and Relational Data
By Denise Draper
Feb 6, 2004
This chapter explores the various methods for mapping between XML and relational data models. It focuses on the underlying fundamentals: goals and requirements for mapping between XML and relational data; issues that arise when mapping, such as handling of datatypes and order; and when a particular technique can or cannot support update operations.

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