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home » info bank » Articles and Tutorials Tue, Oct 30, 2007
Articles and Tutorials

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Understanding XML Trust
Category: General
Date: Fri, Oct 18, 2002
Today, eXtensible Markup Language (XML) has become the standard for communication between applications over the Internet. In particular, it serves as the protocol for accessing Web Services via SOAP. However, as messages are transported over the Internet, security problems can be considerable.
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Introducing Axis
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Fri, Oct 18, 2002
Developed by the Apache Foundation, Axis is a new implementation of the SOAP specification, and the successor to Apache SOAP. It aims to offer better performances, and be more modular and extensible than its predecessor.
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XML and databases
Category: General
Date: Wed, Oct 16, 2002
Databases play an essential role within information systems. They fall into three main categories: document, object, and relational databases. After the advent of XML technology came the arrival of native XML databases, along with a new topic of debate: should there be a new type of database to manage XML?

In this article we shall look at the key points that will enable us to determine the role of XML with regard to databases, and to pinpoint the opportunities for acquiring a native XML database.
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50 XPath/XSLT Tips
Category: General
Date: Mon, Oct 7, 2002 team brings to you a unique collection of 50 XPath/XSLT tips. Check it out!
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MSXML SAX C++ Samples
Category: MSXML
Date: Fri, Sep 20, 2002
Four C++ sample applications that illustrate using SAX2 implementation in MSXML 4.0 SP1.
  • The first application illustrates doing basic SAX processing to count occurrences of the specified element in the given XML document.
  • The second sample application shows XSD validation using SAX.
  • The third application shows locating an element and getting the element's content.
  • The fourth and final application illustrates creating XML documents using SAX.
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Exporting SQL Data as XML
Category: SQL Server and XML
Date: Mon, Sep 9, 2002
My last article, Importing XML into SQL Server 2000, talked about various techniques to import the XML data into SQL Server. To complement that, this article will focus on some of the methods that you can use to export relational SQL data to the XML format.
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MSXML Tips :: August 2002
Category: MSXML
Date: Mon, Aug 12, 2002
MSXML (Microsoft XML Core Services) is a COM-based XML processing component from Microsoft. Every month on we'll discuss few cool tips and techniques related to using MSXML.

This month, we'll first look at using MSXML COM DLL without registering it. This is useful if you wish to do XML processing on a clean machine using MSXML and don't want to modify the registry (by registering the MSXML DLL). Next, we'll see how to use XMLHTTP to call a Web service, and finally we'll show how to preserve the XML formatting while saving the XML document using MSXML DOMDocument save method.
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Introduction to x++
Category: General
Date: Sun, Jul 28, 2002
An introductory article explaining the world's first object-oriented programming language that makes use of the XML 1.0 syntax.
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Intermediaries will thrive in the Web services world
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Thu, Jul 18, 2002
Web services are going to allow more organizations to engage in increasingly complex electronic interactions. Further, if the standards bodies remain true to form and emphasize simple standards that are easy to understand and implement but can be combined in ways to accomplish some pretty amazing things, rest assured there will be plenty of need for intermediaries.

Technically speaking, a Web services intermediary is an entity positioned anywhere within a Web services message path that performs a value-added function on behalf of the initial message sender, the ultimate message receiver, or both. This broad definition includes entities ranging from software appli cations and network appliances that function as part of an organizationís physical messaging infrastructure through third party Web services networks, traditional VANs, carriers and vertical hubs. The concept of an insourced intermediary platform under the control of the benefactor is rapidly becoming a popular method for managing and enriching a service-oriented architecture. However, this paper will focus primarily on the role of the third-party intermediary in the context of Web services.

Article by: Primordial, Inc.
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Write a Simple XML Parser
Category: General
Date: Sat, Jun 15, 2002
Ever run into a problem where data is delivered in XML but the client has to be lightweight and as such cannot afford the baggage of the DOM and SAX parsers ? An example of this could be an applet running on a web page. Most applets which are widely accepted use Java version 1.1.x. What do you do when you need to parse an XML document using such an applet ? My answer, I would write a lightweight XML parser myself. Lets look at the kinds of parsers and decide on a design for our lightweight parser.
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