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HOWTO: Use Kerberos with the ServerXMLHTTP Component in MSXML

This article describes how to use the ServerXMLHttp object to work with Kerberos authentication in a specific scenario that requires delegation. The article also provides two sample Active Server Pages (ASP) pages and troubleshooting instructions.
Merge Data in Two XML Documents by Programming the Document Object Model (DOM)

This article documents a Visual Basic code sample that demonstrates how to program the MSXML Document Object Model (DOM) to merge the data that is contained in two identical XML documents.
HOWTO: Retrieve XML Data with a Template File from a Visual Basic Client

This sample in this article demonstrates how to retrieve an XML document from SQL Server 2000 by using a template file that contains parameters. More specifically, a query is issued against SQL Server 2000 by using an ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) 2.6 command stream. This query fetches the XML DataStream.
HOW TO: Pass Node Sets to Inline XSLT Script Functions by Using Visual C# .NET

This step-by-step article describes how to pass a node or nodes to an inline script function in the .NET Framework. You can use inline script blocks or an XSLT extension object to pass a node to a function. In the .NET Framework, nodes are passed as System.Xml.XPath.XPathNodeIterator. In MSXML, nodes are passed as an IXMLDOMNodeList object to inline XSLT script functions.
HOW TO: Upgrade the Microsoft XML Parser

With Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML), formerly known as the Microsoft XML Parser, customers can build XML-based applications that follow the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) XML standards. This step-by-step article explains how to upgrade the older versions of the parser to the latest MSXML with relevant guidelines.
HOW TO: Use MSXML 4.0 with COM Interop in Visual C# .NET

This step-by-step article demonstrates how to use Microsoft XML Core Services 4.0 (MSXML) in Visual C# .NET projects by using the COM interoperability features of .NET.




HOW TO: Use MSXML 4.0 with COM Interop in Visual Basic .NET

This step-by-step article demonstrates how to use Microsoft XML Core Services 4.0 (MSXML) in Visual Basic .NET projects by using the COM interoperability features of .NET.
HOWTO: Use Kerberos with the ServerXMLHTTP Component in MSXML

This article describes how to use the ServerXMLHttp object to work with Kerberos authentication in a specific scenario that requires delegation. The article also provides two sample Active Server Pages (ASP) pages and troubleshooting instructions.

NOTE: You need Microsoft Windows 2000 or later to use Kerberos protocol for authentication
HOW TO: How to Implement the onReadyStateChange Handler with IServerXMLHTTPRequest in Visual C++

This article provides a Microsoft Visual C++ sample to demonstrate how to implement an onReadyStateChange handler.
HOW TO: Use the MSXML 4.0 SOM in a Visual Basic Program to Locate Element Declarations in an XSD Schema with SAX Reader

This step-by-step article describes how to program the Microsoft XML Schema Object Model (SOM) in a Visual Basic application to locate the schema declaration and to display the corresponding type information of a specified element.
HOW TO: Use the MSXML 4.0 SOM in a Visual C++ Application to Locate Element Declarations in an XSD Schema

The Schema Object Model (SOM) that is implemented in MSXML version 4.0 can be used to programmatically locate schema information that pertains to XML element declarations in an XML Schema Definition (XSD) schema document. This article provides a sample that demonstrates how to program the MSXML 4.0 SOM in a Microsoft Visual C++ application to locate the schema declaration and display the corresponding type information of a specified element.
HOW TO: Use SAX to Validate XML Data in Visual C++

This step-by-step article describes how to use Simple API for XML (SAX) to validate XML data in Microsoft Visual C++.




HOW TO: Create a Stream of SAX Events from an Existing DOM Document Object by Using VC++

This step-by-step article describes how to create a stream of Simple API for XML (SAX) events from an existing Document Object Model (DOM) document object.

To create a stream of SAX events from an existing DOM document object, follow these steps:
Create DOMDocument, SAXXMLReader, and MXXMLWriter objects.
Set the XML writer object for the value of the ContentHandler property of the SAX reader object.
Pass the DOM document object to the parse method of the SAX reader.
Write the results of the SAX events to the output property of the SAX writer.
Display the SAX writer output by using a message box.
HOW TO: Create a DOMDocument Object from SAX Events by Using Visual C++

MSXML 4.0 adds two new features to the integration of Simple API for XML (SAX) and the Document Object Model (DOM). This article demonstrates how to create a DOMDocument object from SAX events in Microsoft Visual C++.
HOW TO: Use the MSXML 4.0 SOM in a Visual Basic Application to Locate Element Declarations in an XSD Schema

The Schema Object Model (SOM) that is implemented in MSXML version 4.0 can be used to programmatically locate schema information that pertains to XML element declarations in an XSD schema document. This step-by-step article describes how to program the MSXML 4.0 SOM in a Visual Basic application to locate the schema declaration and display the corresponding type information of a specified element.
HOW TO: Identify Multiple Validation Errors When Using the MSXML 4.0 SAX Parser in Visual Basic

This step-by-step article demonstrates how to identify and list multiple validation errors when you use the MSXML 4.0 SAX parser in a Microsoft Visual Basic application to parse an XML document.
HOWTO: Send a Meeting Request Using WebDAV

This article contains sample code that demonstrates how to send a meeting request using Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV)
HOW TO: Use the ms:type-namespace-uri XPath Extension Function When Programming the MSXML DOM

This step-by-step article describes how to use the ms:type-namespace-uri XPath extension function when you program the MSXML Document Object Model (DOM).




HOW TO: Use the ms:type-local-name XPath Extension Function to Program the MSXML DOM in Visual Basic for Windows

This step-by-step article describes how to use the ms:type-local-name XPath extension function to program the MSXML 4.0 Document Object Model (DOM) in Visual Basic.
HOW TO: Use the ms:type-is XPath Extension Function to Program the MSXML DOM in Visual Basic for Windows

This step-by-step article describes how to use the ms:type-is XPath extension function to program the MSXML 4.0 Document Object Model (DOM) in Visual Basic.
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