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

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An Introduction to XQuery
Category: General
Date: Mon, Nov 5, 2001
Industry experts expect XQuery to do for XML and XML databases what SQL did for relational data and relational database systems: provide a vendor independent, powerful and easy-to-use method for query and retrieval of XML data.

Read an excellent introductory article on XQuery, by Bas de Bakker and Irsan Widarto of X-Hive Corporation.
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Web Services and Pragmatic Adoption
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Thu, Nov 1, 2001
A presentation on Web Services, it's market state, drivers for adoption, adoption cycles and examples, business benefits and potential barriers. Made available here with kind permission of The Stencil Group.
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A New IT Paradigm Requires a New IT Infrastructure
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Sun, Oct 28, 2001
With regard to Web services today, the question is no longer whether they will be adopted, but rather, how they will be adopted, and what impact they’ll have on the organization. In this article Joe Labbe talks about the impact of Web services on the corporate IT organization.
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The Emerging Web Services Market
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Sun, Oct 28, 2001
In this presentation at the B2B Integration Strategies and Solutions conference in San Francisco, Brent Sleeper gives his high-level take on why web services have burst on the radar. Is this really a new computing or just industry hype? We include a definition for web services, describe the vendor offerings, discuss the emerging standards, address adoption, and make some predictions about where the market is headed. Made available here with kind permission of The Stencil Group.
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A New IT Paradigm Requires a New IT Infrastructure
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Wed, Oct 24, 2001
With regard to Web services today, the question is no longer whether they will be adopted, but rather, how they will be adopted, and what impact they’ll have on the organization. In this article Joe Labbe talks about the impact of Web services on the corporate IT organization
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Simplified SOAP Development with SOAP::Lite - Part I
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Wed, Sep 12, 2001
As of September 2001, there are around seventy (70) toolkits available from various sources including Microsoft, Apache, Cape Clear, and so on, to aid develop SOAP client and/or server applications. The question is which one should you use? The answer is – it depends! If you are used to Microsoft technologies, you may go with Microsoft SOAP Toolkit or .NET Framework SDK, depending on which platform you are developing on; however if you like the "tim-toady" way of programming, the best bet for you would be to use SOAP::Lite for Perl, developed by Paul Kulchenko.

In this article series, we'll take a detailed look at SOAP::Lite, a wonderful SOAP Toolkit, and understand how it simplifies the SOAP development process. This first installment introduces Perl and discusses how to write SOAP clients using the SOAP::Lite toolkit.
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Write your first WAP Application
Category: Wireless XML
Date: Sun, Sep 9, 2001
Wireless Web access is exciting! You might think it's hard to build Web applications that can be accessed over cellular phone, but in reality, building Wireless web applications is easy and very similar to traditional browser based applications development, as far as server-side programming is concerned. Instead of generating HTML, now you generate WML (Wireless Markup Language).

In this article, Darshan Singh creates a calendaring application that can be accessed over cellular phone. Learn more >>
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SQL XML and MSXML - an alternative approach to traditional data access
Category: SQL Server and XML
Date: Sun, Sep 9, 2001
In this article, Darshan Singh illustrates a brand new effective way of data access for Web database application. Using MSXML ServerXMLHTTP object and SQL Server 2000's XML features, complete data acess functionality is implemented, no more ADO, ODBC, MTS, etc.
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OPENXML
Category: SQL Server and XML
Date: Thu, Aug 9, 2001
With SQL Server 2000, there are many ways you can get XML representation of relational data. The options include using FOR XML clause with SELECT statement, ADO Recordset's Save method with adPersistXML parameter, etc. It would be nice to have a reverse mechanism, which allows turning XML document into tabular, relational rowset format. The good news is that SQL Server 2000 team thought about this and introduced a new Transact-SQL keyword named OPENXML along with two new supporting system stored procedures: sp_xml_preparedocument and sp_xml_removedocument.
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Web Services: SOAP Interoperability
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Wed, Jun 6, 2001
The growing number of SOAP implementations is concrete proof of the real boom being enjoyed, in recent months, by Web Services based on this protocol. And each of the implementations has its own objects, methods, environments, and deployment. Read this article to learn if SOAP keeps the promise of interoperability.
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