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Reading and Writing XML in .NET Version 2.0 - Part 1       
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It must be tough for companies that develop software for working with XML. No sooner do they get a product out of the door, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) changes the recommendations and standards so that their product is out of date. Yet the manufacturers still have to maintain backward compatibility with their previous releases, while attempting to encompass all the new standards. We've seen this several times before in Microsoft's XML product space, and the process shows little sign of s...

Reading and Writing XML in .NET Version 2.0 - Part 1, Cont'd       
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The XmlReader, by default, expects all XML documents to be well-formed. However, there are occasions when you want to read fragments of XML that may not be strictly well-formed, and also be able to validate these where possible. To read fragments of XML, you set the ConformanceLevel property of the XmlReaderSettings instance to ConformanceLevel.Fragment before you create the XmlReader(s):...

Reading and Writing XML in .NET Version 2.0 - Part 2       
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This is the second in a series of three articles that look in detail at how the new features of the XmlReader and XmlWriter classes in version 2.0 of the .NET Framework can be used to read and write XML documents, and interact with the new XML document store objects. The topics covered in the previous article are:
* The new "settings" classes and static Create methods for XmlReader and XmlWriter
* Creating and using an XmlReader to read and validate XML documents and fragments
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Reading and Writing XML in .NET Version 2.0 - Part 2, Cont'd       
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The second example we provide for this article, named readerwriter.aspx, demonstrates streaming and processing XML using an XmlReader and an XmlWriter.It shows how you can apply business rules to create XML that complies with a specific format; as well as using several other features of the XmlWriterSettings class and the System.Xml classes as a whole:
* Directing the XML output to different types of stream
* Pipelining the XML output through an XmlTextWriter
* Writing typed...

Reading and Writing XML in .NET Version 2.0 - Part 3       
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This is the third in a series of three articles that look in detail at how the new features within the System.Xml namespace in version 2.0 of the .NET Framework can be used to read and write XML documents, and interact with the new XML document store objects. The topics covered in the previous two articles are:
* The new "settings" classes and static Create methods for XmlReader and XmlWriter
* Creating and using an XmlReader to read and validate XML documents and fragments
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Reading and Writing XML in .NET Version 2.0 - Part 3, Cont'd       
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Having seen how the XPathDocument provides read-only access to XML documents, and supports techniques for persisting the XML in various ways, we'll now look at the XmlDocument class. This is a far more complex class, providing full support for the XML DOM Level 2 methods. However, in line with the topics of these three articles, we'll be concentrating here on the capabilities for reading and writing XML....

SQL Server 2005 XQuery and XML-DML - Part 1       
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Ever since the mid 90’s, as XML has evolved to become the optimum way to share, transport and persist data, developers have sought efficient ways to store, manipulate and generally take advantage of its capabilities. Increasingly fast and easy-to-use XML parsers have been developed, transport protocols such as SOAP have been used to implement Web Services around XML, and many applications, tools and programming libraries now include features to import and export their data as XML....

SQL Server 2005 XQuery and XML-DML - Part 2       
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This is the second in a series of three articles that look at how the latest version of Microsoft’s enterprise-level database, SQL Server 2005, now offers great support and close integration with XML as a data persistence format. This includes new ways to validate, store and query XML documents that are stored within the database. SQL Server 2005 provides native support for XML that can vastly improve application performance, while supporting robust and safe multi-user access to the data contain...

SQL Server 2005 XQuery and XML-DML - Part 3       
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This is the third and final article in a series of three that look at how the latest version of Microsoft’s enterprise-level database, SQL Server 2005, now offers great support and close integration with XML as a data persistence format. This includes new ways to validate, store and query XML documents that are stored within the database. SQL Server 2005 provides native support for XML that can vastly improve application performance, while supporting robust and safe multi-user access to the data...

Server-Side XML in ASP       
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With the upcoming release of Internet Explorer 5.0, it is much easier to use XML in Web applications
. Here is some information on how to harness the power of the updated XML Document Object Model (DOM) on the server to parse and use XML data in ASP applications....

Professional ASP XML       
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This manuscript is an abridged version of a chapter from the Wrox Press book Professional ASP XML. This is chapter 10 and is a case study that looks at Data-Driven XSL....

Transforming XML with XSLT and ASP       
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During the development of the XML specification, the W3C working group realized that for XML to reach its full potential, a method of transforming XML documents into different formats needed to exist. At some time or another, an application that has the capability to work with XML documents will need to display or structure the data in a different format than specified in the document. If the only method for accomplishing this task necessitates programmatically transforming the XML document into...


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