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As well as being an educational for studying easy methods to use XML as a great way to symbolize and transmit info around the internet, specialist XML Databases additionally covers the best way to paintings with XML within the present new release of Microsoft instruments, like net Explorer and SQL Server 2000. For any developer or supervisor who works with databases at the home windows platform, this e-book exhibits how one can delve into XML this present day for actual projects.With endorsements from nearly each significant seller (including Microsoft), XML appears to be a compelling ordinary for sharing company information among companies. expert XML Databases examines find out how to combine XML into your organization's database infrastructure. Early sections pay attention to the foundations and methods for designing powerful XML records (DTDs) that mimic conventional tables (including hyperlinks among tables). by means of offering nearly a dozen principles on how one can do that accurately, the e-book assures that you're going to research not just the fundamentals of XML syntax but in addition the proper option to create DTDs which are effective, effortless to keep up, and readable throughout your corporation. (Further sections opposite this procedure and aid you create database tables in accordance with XML.)Subsequent sections disguise some of the criteria and APIs in state-of-the-art XML, from XML Schemas, the XML W3C rfile item version (DOM), and the straightforward API for XML (SAX), to comparable criteria like XSLT, XPath, and XPointer. a couple of books disguise those APIs, yet this one offers a different concentration by means of studying Microsoft instruments and their aid for XML. this implies there's insurance of Microsoft ADO (and ADO+, now referred to as ADO.NET) for querying databases and packaging the implications as XML. Sections on SQL Server 2000 spotlight how you can use XML during this product, either as effects and during XML views.Closing sections discover concepts for operating with XML for information warehousing and transmitting facts successfully throughout organisations. Sections on Java and the DB Prism (an open-source XML framework) support provide this ebook a viewpoint that extends past the Microsoft platform.For any database developer or fashion designer who must architect XML files in an effort to proportion information in actual tasks, this complex treatise at the correct option to outline and use XML will end up hugely worthy. For an individual who makes use of SQL Server 2000, this booklet additionally issues the best way towards utilizing XML criteria in real delivery items at the Microsoft platform.

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By Kevin Williams, Visit Amazon's Michael Brundage Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Michael Brundage, , Patrick Dengler, Jeff Gabriel, Visit Amazon's Andy Hoskinson Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Andy Hoskinson, , Michael

As well as being an educational for studying easy methods to use XML as a great way to symbolize and transmit info around the internet, specialist XML Databases additionally covers the best way to paintings with XML within the present new release of Microsoft instruments, like net Explorer and SQL Server 2000. For any developer or supervisor who works with databases at the home windows platform, this e-book exhibits how one can delve into XML this present day for actual projects.With endorsements from nearly each significant seller (including Microsoft), XML appears to be a compelling ordinary for sharing company information among companies. expert XML Databases examines find out how to combine XML into your organization's database infrastructure. Early sections pay attention to the foundations and methods for designing powerful XML records (DTDs) that mimic conventional tables (including hyperlinks among tables). by means of offering nearly a dozen principles on how one can do that accurately, the e-book assures that you're going to research not just the fundamentals of XML syntax but in addition the proper option to create DTDs which are effective, effortless to keep up, and readable throughout your corporation. (Further sections opposite this procedure and aid you create database tables in accordance with XML.)Subsequent sections disguise some of the criteria and APIs in state-of-the-art XML, from XML Schemas, the XML W3C rfile item version (DOM), and the straightforward API for XML (SAX), to comparable criteria like XSLT, XPath, and XPointer. a couple of books disguise those APIs, yet this one offers a different concentration by means of studying Microsoft instruments and their aid for XML. this implies there's insurance of Microsoft ADO (and ADO+, now referred to as ADO.NET) for querying databases and packaging the implications as XML. Sections on SQL Server 2000 spotlight how you can use XML during this product, either as effects and during XML views.Closing sections discover concepts for operating with XML for information warehousing and transmitting facts successfully throughout organisations. Sections on Java and the DB Prism (an open-source XML framework) support provide this ebook a viewpoint that extends past the Microsoft platform.For any database developer or fashion designer who must architect XML files in an effort to proportion information in actual tasks, this complex treatise at the correct option to outline and use XML will end up hugely worthy. For an individual who makes use of SQL Server 2000, this booklet additionally issues the best way towards utilizing XML criteria in real delivery items at the Microsoft platform.

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It discusses the status of the XML Query specification(s), and describes how XML Query can be used to facilitate access to XML documents. It then goes on to look at other ways of querying XML documents, and compares the abilities of each. ❑ Chapter 12, Flat File formats, discusses flat files, and some of the issues encountered when moving data between flat files and XML (for example, using the DOM). We'll also learn some strategies for mapping XML to flat files (using XSLT) and some of the issues we may encounter when doing so.

It finishes off with describing how to handle bulk loads from XML to SQL Server. ❑ Chapter 15, XML Views in SQL Server 2000, builds on what we saw in the last chapter, looking at how we can use schemas to create views of the data held in SQL Server, and map this to XML, so that we can run queries, as well as add, delete and update records. These make use of two new features called templates and updategrams. ❑ Chapter 16, JDBC, looks at how XML (and associated technologies) can be used to enhance the use of JDBC (and vice versa), to produce scalable and extensible architectures with the minimum of coding.

27 Chapter 1 The DOM When an XML document is parsed using the Document Object Model, it is pulled into memory and decomposed into a tree that may then be walked by code. In order to access the quantity of the first line item ordered on an invoice, the following steps would be required for the element approach: 1. Get the root element (the Invoice element). 2. Go to the first LineItem child of the Invoice element. 3. Go to the quantity child of the LineItem element. 4. Go to the text node child of the quantity element and return its value.

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