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perfectxml.com brings to you chapters from following books published by External linkMicrosoft Press. Reproduced with kind permission of Microsoft Press.
XML and SOAP Programming for BizTalk™ Servers
XML and SOAP Programming for BizTalk™ Servers
Brian E. Travis

With XML and SOAP Programming for BizTalk™ Servers, enterprise developers get the work-ready information and tools they need to help their organizations meet the challenge of doing business in 'Internet time'. Author Brian Travis-a highly regarded XML instructor and solutions developer-offers expert guidance for building real-world, business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce applications using XML and BizTalk. This practical, code-rich book begins with an overview of XML in the B2B context, including coverage of XSL and industry schemas. Readers then dive into the BizTalk framework for application integration, stepping through the development of a working BizTalk server application. All the book's code is featured on CD-ROM so programmers can see what the syntax looks like and better comprehend the intricacies of implementing BizTalk solutions; the Microsoft BizTalk Server 2000 Technical Preview helps expedite development of their own B2B applications. Case study discussions and a summary of references help round out the reader's understanding of technological and business considerations.

   Read Chapter 5: The XML Application
    
Microsoft Visual Studio.NET
Microsoft Visual Studio.NET
Microsoft Visual Studio.NET simplifies the development of powerful, reliable enterprise Web solutions by offering end-to-end development capabilities and scalable, reusable server-side components. Get a head start on developing with Visual Studio.NET with this compendium of first-look information that comes direct from the most trusted authorities on the subject-the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) and Microsoft Press. This volume rounds up the best from MSDN-technical articles, briefings, interview transcripts, and other resources--to give you complete answers on everything you need to know about Visual Studio.NET. It includes information about the basics behind Visual Studio.NET, including its productivity-enhancing integrated development environment (IDE), language innovations and details on how to upgrade applications written in Microsoft Visual Basic(r) 6.0 to Visual Basic.NET, complete details on the C# language, the basics behind Microsoft Jscript.NET, and more.

   Read Chapter 1: Build Web Applications Faster and Easier Using Web Services and XML
    
The Microsoft® .NET Framework
The Microsoft® .NET Framework
The Microsoft .NET Framework is a new platform for building integrated, service-oriented applications that interact with a wide variety of sources, regardless of the platforms or languages used. Get a head start on working with the Microsoft .NET Framework with this compendium of first-look information that comes direct from the most trusted authorities on the subject-the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) and Microsoft Press. This volume rounds up the best from MSDN-technical articles, briefings, interview transcripts, and other resources-to give you complete answers on everything you need to know about .NET. This MSDN guide includes reprints of technical articles from the MSDN Library and MSDN magazine, interviews with Microsoft .NET experts Anders Hjelsberg, John Shewchuk, Brian Harry, and Mark Anders, a keynote speech by Bill Gates from Forum 2000 about the Microsoft .NET Framework, answers to frequently asked questions about .NET, and other resources.

   Read Forum 2000 Keynote: Bill Gates Speaks About the .NET Platform
    
XML Step by Step
XML Step by Step
Michael J. Young

A complete learning kit providing all the information, instruction, and software needed to learn the practical basics of creating and displaying XML documents. The first thing the reader notices about this book is its light, illustrative style. Well-designed syntax diagrams and pieces of sample code ease XML newcomers into each topic. Valid and well-formed XML syntax is presented at a leisurely pace, with plenty of examples. XML display that uses cascading style sheets (CSS) is presented in a similar manner.

   Read Chapter 3: Creating Well-Formed XML Documents
    
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