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Introduction to DOM       
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This tutorial is a simple introduction to DOM. There is a more in-depth and technical coverage of the DOM API in the "Complete DOM" tutorial. As a Java programmer, once you have some XML documents, you will probably need to access the information contained in them using your Java code. Since the XML document is just a text file, you can write your own text file reader which interprets the information in the XML document in a way that your code can use. It is a very time consumi.....

Cannot Start Web Publishing Service in Personal Web Server (Q183965)       
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When you attempt to start the Web Publishing service in Personal Web Manager, you may experience one of the following symptoms: The program may stop responding (hang).
The Start button in Personal Web Manager may be unavailable....

Getting Started With XML       
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Getting a grasp of how XML works will help you see how it aims to be a complete solution for creating Web applications. XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language. Like HTML, XML derives from the granddaddy of all markup languages: SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language). SGML is a metalanguage, or a system for defining markup languages such as HTML. XML is also a metalanguage, a subset of SGML designed for use on the Web. As with SGML, you can use XML to define different markup language.....

XML and Binary Data       
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XML, or eXtensible Markup Language, is a method for putting structured data in a text file. Structured data refers to data that is tagged for its content, meaning or use. To better understand, let's look at a XML document that describes a bank account...

Displaying XML Data from other Web Sources as HTML using XSL       
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In this article, I will explain how to accomplish the second option, transforming your data into HTML through XLS and ASP. With XML getting ready to take over the world (or at least so it seems), it becomes more and more important to learn how to deal with XML in a working situation. Unfortunately, many real world situations require that the end product be cross browser compatible; something pure XML is not. To use XML effectively in an Internet based system there are two options - develop .....

Dynamically generating HTML pages with XMLC       
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Various technologies are currently used on Web sites for dynamically generating HTML pages. The most popular are still CGI-based solutions using Perl, PHP or more recently Python to inject program snippets into HTML templates. With the growing popularity of Java servlets and the "invention" of Java Server Pages (JSP), a translation of Microsoft''s Active Server Pages (ASP) concept, Java can now do much of the same....

Transforming XMI to HTML       
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In this project we will be demonstrating how to use the newly introduced XSL stylesheet technology to transform XMI documents into HTML. Our purpose is to be able to display an object-oriented design in a web browser. XMI is an XML-based, stream representation of a UML model which has the potential to allow models to be shared between different UML tools. Since XMI is a relatively new part of the suite of UML standards (March, 1999), support for this standard will appear gradually over .....

Bind XML data to a Tree–Like Structure       
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Dynamic HTML and XML allow us to do many things on the Web not possible before. One of them is the data binding to various HTML controls. In this article we will build a tree–like structure using XML data and some DHTML features. We will see show how to bind XML data to the HTML controls and change visibility of some data areas, forming a tree–like structure (like Windows Explorer) with expanding/collapsing branches. We will save/restore the current view of the tree on leaving t.....

W3C XML Schema       
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XML Schemas express shared vocabularies and allow machines to carry out rules made by people. They provide a means for defining the structure, content and semantics of XML documents. The XML Activity Statement explains the W3C''s work on this topic in more detail. XML Schema has recently (2000-10-24) been advanced to Candidate Recommendation status, see reference list for pointers....

Batch Processing XML to HTML       
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My aim is to take a list of XML pages and process each one using an XSL stylesheet, saving the resulting HTML back to my server so I can then upload it to my ISP’s web server. Clearly, I need to know the names of the XML pages. I define these by creating an XML file containing the list of page names. I also need to know the stylesheets to use. In the previous article, I described how we can use an XML Processing Instruction (PI) to indicate the stylesheet name. I also showed how to pr.....

Customizing the COMponent to Create an XML Structure       
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This is the second of a series of articles I am writing that deals with using XML and the latest in XSLT technology to create a dynamic web application. My tentative plan for these articles are the following:
1.) Create an XML document by converting data shaped recordsets with a recursive component. [Read the Article!]
2.) Getting a more customized XML document by tweaking the SQL statement and the code for the component. (This article!) 3.) Using XSLT to get a viewable HTML interface.....

Data Interoperability (Combining data from disparate sources using XML)       
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Life would be easy if all data existed in one form and could be stored using one technology – but important data resides in a variety of forms, and our applications need to be able to access and manipulate it in useful and meaningful ways. With the trend toward networked applications, we have the burden of needing to be able to exchange data simply and without losing its integrity or utility. In this article I''ll describe a method for combining data from disparate sources using XML....


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