This tutorial describes: Simple XML Elements with Pre-defined Data Types Simple XML Elements with Extended Data Types Complex XML Elements Simple Content XML Elements Empty XML Elements Anomymous Data Types Sample XSD File - dictionary.xsd
Learn how to create an XML document from scratch and find out why XML is becoming so important. Topics covered include: popular XML editors, basic XML syntax, how to properly nest your XML tags, and much more.
When designing XML and Web services schemata you will often (and ideally) reuse data elements defined in pre-existing standards. If so, it is extremely useful to include links to such standards, providing precise data dictionary references. In so doing, you make processing and maintenance easier to automate. This tip illustrates this practice.
Data binding, although commonplace in today's world of Java technology and XML programming, is still largely misunderstood. This column throws out all the theoretical claptrap and focuses on the concepts you need to get started with data binding. You will understand the differences between general data binding and data binding in the XML world, as well as round-tripping, semantic equivalence, and what to look for in a data binding package.
Over time, XML has permeated many niches. One area where XML is used increasingly is in the configuration of graphical user interfaces, especially in elements that are persistent but should not be fixed at compile-time. In this installment, David looks at the use of XML in Mac OS X's Aqua GUI, and in the K Desktop Environment (KDE) which is either standard or available in most modern Linux distributions.
In this article, the author examines how JAX-RPC SOAP handlers process SOAP message headers. Specifically, he shows how a handler adds a SOAP header to an outgoing message and how a corresponding handler removes the SOAP header from an incoming message. In addition, he presents the JAX-RPC programmatic configuration and deployment models as they relate to this topic.
XML namespaces are an imperfect solution to a difficult problem. From basic information architecture to difficulties with APIs, namespaces can open up rather painful gotchas if used carelessly. In this article, Uche Ogbuji covers some of the more important design principles which, if followed, can minimize problems with namespaces.
Java APIs for XML-Based Remote Procedure Call's (JAX-RPC's) Java-to-WSDL/WSDL-to-Java mapping rules do not try to preserve Java constructs during roundtripping. Many constructs are preserved, but not all. This tip describes, in particular, why following Java coding conventions is very important to maintaining the ability to roundtrip.
The world of XML is vast and growing, with a huge variety of standards and technologies that interact in complex ways. It can be difficult for beginners to navigate the most important aspects of XML, and for users to keep track of new entries and changes in the space. XML is a basic syntax upon which you develop local and global vocabularies. Previous in-depth articles have presented the most important standards relating to XML. This fourth article, provides a detailed cross-reference of all covered standards.
Provides a central location for everything that a developer needs to know about XML technologies (XML, XSLT, XLL, SVG and about 40 other categories). You will find examples with Source Code, Tutorials, Tools, Resources, Books, etc.
This book is a collection of notes I wrote while I was learning eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and other related technologies: CSS: Cascading Style Sheet DOM: Document Object Model DTD: Document Type Definition SAX: Simple API for XML XHTML: eXtensible HTML XML: eXtensible Markup Language XQL: XML Query language XSD: XML Schema Definition XSL: eXtensible Style Language XSLT: XSL Transformation
This article provides a technical introduction to XML with an eye towards guiding the reader to appropriate sections of the XML specification when greater technical detail is desired. This introduction is geared towards a reader with some HTML or SGML experience, although that experience is not absolutely necessary. The XML Link and XML Style specifications are also briefly outlined.
This introduction to XML presents the Extensible Markup Language at a reasonably technical level for anyone interested in learning more about structured documents. In addition to covering the XML 1.0 Specification, this article outlines related XML specifications, which are evolving. The article is organized in four main sections plus an appendix.
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