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Update Server Data Through a Web Service by Using ADO.NET and Visual Basic .NET
KB: 308056
This step-by-step article demonstrates how to use a Web service to receive and to update data from a database by using a DataSet object. This article also demonstrates how to reference the Web service in a client application and how to display the returned DataSet in a DataGrid control so that you can update that data and send the updates back to the server. NOTE: You can only use the method in this article for single-table updates.
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Use a Web Service as a Data Source for a Client Application in Visual Basic .NET
KB: 308054
This step-by-step article demonstrates how to create and test a Web service that returns a DataSet object to a client. This article also demonstrates how to reference the Web service in a client application and display the returned DataSet in a DataGrid control.
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Read XML Data from a URL by Using Visual C# .NET
KB: 307643
This step-by-step article shows you how to use the XmlTextReader class to read Extensible Markup Language (XML) from a Uniform Resource Locator (URL). The streamed information can come from a variety of sources, such as a byte stream from a server, a file, or a TextReader class.
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Read XML from a File by Using Visual C# .NET
KB: 307548
This article describes how to use the XmlTextReader class to read Extensible Markup Language (XML) from a file. XmlTextReader provides direct parsing and tokenizing of XML and implements the XML 1.0 specification as well as the namespaces in the XML specification from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This article provides fast, tokenized stream access to XML rather than using an object model such as the XML Document Object Model (DOM).
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Apply an XSL Transformation to XML for Streaming by Using Visual C# .NET
KB: 307494
This step-by-step article shows you how to apply the Extensible Stylesheets Language (XSL) Transformations (XSLT) language to an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document by using the XslTransform class to create a new XML document. XSL is an XML-based language that is designed to transform either an XML document into another XML document or an XML document into any other structured document.
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Validate an XML Document by Using DTD, XDR, or XSD in Visual C# .NET
KB: 307379
This article demonstrates how to apply a Document Type Definition (DTD), a Microsoft XML-Data Reduced (XDR) schema, or an XML Schema Definition Language (XSD) schema to an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document. This article also describes how to use the XmlValidatingReader class to validate an XML document against the specified grammar, as well as how to use the XmlSchemaCollection class to cache schemas in memory in order to optimize XML validation.

XML documents contain elements and attributes. They 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 DTD, an XDR schema, or an XSD schema. XSD schemas are the preferred method to specify XML grammars in the Microsoft .NET Framework, but DTDs and XDR schemas are also supported.
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Integrate a .NET Client with an Apache SOAP 2.2 XML Web Service
KB: 307324
This article describes how to integrate a .NET client with an Apache SOAP 2.2-based Web service. This article assumes that a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file exists and was created by using the IBM Web Services Toolkit version 2.4.2.
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Apply an XSL Transformation to an XML Document by Using Visual C# .NET
KB: 307322
This step-by-step article shows you how to apply an Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) Transformation (XSLT) to an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document by using the XslTransform class to create a new XML document. XSL is an XML-based language that is designed to transform one XML document into another XML document or an XML document into any other structured document.
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Secure XML Web Services with Secure Socket Layer in Windows 2000
KB: 307267
This step-by-step article describes how to configure a current XML Web service to use an encrypted channel with a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection.
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Use XML in Connected and Disconnected ADO.NET Applications
KB: 307224
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a fundamental part of ADO.NET and Web services. This article demonstrates how to use XML in connected and disconnected ADO.NET applications. Connected ADO.NET applications can query SQL Server to return an XML result and then use the XmlReader class to iterate through the rows of XML data. Disconnected ADO.NET applications can use a DataSet object to pass data in XML format between the different tiers in a distributed system.

In this article, you write an XML Web service by using ASP.NET that queries a database and returns a DataSet in XML format to the client. The client application loads the XML data into a local DataSet object and binds it to a DataGrid control. If the user changes any data, the client application posts a DiffGram to the XML Web service. The DiffGram indicates which rows have been inserted, modified, or deleted. The XML Web service uses the DiffGram to update the database.

In this article, you also write a connected ADO.NET application for reporting purposes. This application uses an XmlReader class to display current information in the database.
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Configure an XML Web Service Client by Using the .NET Framework to Work with a Proxy Server
KB: 307220
This step-by-step article describes how to allow an XML Web service client application that is built with the .NET runtime to connect to a service through a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) proxy server.
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Use an XML Web Service by Using ASP.NET from an Office VBA Macro in Word or Excel
KB: 307033
Use an XML Web Service by Using ASP.NET from an Office VBA Macro in Word or Excel
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Transfer XML Data to Microsoft Excel 2002 by Using Visual C# .NET
KB: 307029
Excel 2002 introduces functionality for opening files in the Extensible Markup Language (XML) format. An XML file that is well-formed can be opened directly in Excel 2002 by using either the user interface or code. With Visual C# .NET, you can take advantage of Excel's XML functionality to seamlessly transfer data to a workbook to present the data with formatting and an arrangement of your choice. This article demonstrates how to accomplish this task.
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Transfer XML Data to Microsoft Excel 2002 by Using Visual Basic .NET
KB: 307021
Excel 2002 introduces functionality for opening files in the Extensible Markup Language (XML) format. An XML file that is well-formed can be opened directly in Excel 2002 by using either the user interface or code. With Visual Basic .NET, you can take advantage of Excel's XML functionality to seamlessly transfer data to a workbook to present the data with formatting and an arrangement of your choice. This article demonstrates how to accomplish this task.
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Debug XML Web Services with Visual C++ 6.0
KB: 305953
This step-by-step article describes how to debug server-side XML Web services that are implemented by using Visual C++ 6.0.
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