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By Dino Esposito

XML is all around the Microsoft® .NET Framework, from Remoting to net providers and from information entry to configuration. find out about the wide XML center sessions in .NET and how you can software opposed to its parser during this in-depth guide—written through a favored programming writer and advisor on state-of-the-art applied sciences similar to Microsoft ASP.NET and Microsoft ADO.NET. You’ll locate authoritative reasons of applied sciences similar to schemas, alterations, and XPath, plus large dialogue of information entry matters equivalent to synchronization and serialization, the DiffGram structure, and the XML extensions in Microsoft SQL Server™ 2000. alongside the way in which, you’ll research precisely find out how to get the easiest functionality out of XML within the .NET global. You’ll additionally get solutions to universal questions reminiscent of, “When may still i exploit XML internet prone rather than Remoting?”

Topics coated include:

XML center sessions within the .NET FRAMEWORK

  • The .NET XML parsing model
  • XML readers and writers
  • Validating readers and writers
  • XML Schema

XML facts MANIPULATION

  • The XML DOM in .NET
  • XPath
  • XSLT

XML and knowledge ACCESS

  • XML extensions in SQL Server 2000
  • DataSet serialization
  • The DiffGram format

APPLICATION INTEROPERABILITY

  • The XML Serializer
  • .NET Remoting
  • XML net services
  • XML info islands
  • Configuration files

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The name/ value pairs are stored in a NameValueCollection object, which is emptied each time the Read method is called. The Name and Value Properties The Name property represents the name of the current node—be it an element or an attribute node. Both the Name and the Value properties share a common design, as shown in the following code. Their content is determined by the node type.

Document provides access to the whole XML document and can have the following child node types: only one Element node (the actual root of the XML tree), ProcessingInstruction, Comment, and DocumentType. DocumentFragment Represents a document fragment—namely, a DocumentType Element node or an entire subtree—that is linked to a document without actually being part of it or contained in the same file. Represents a document type. DOCTYPE> tag. A DocumentType node can have child nodes of type Notation and Entity.

However, if you still feel some nostalgia for the SAX model, consider that the pull model is flexible enough to let you build a push model on top of it. Let's see how. Close() End Sub End Class The SaxParser class has a property named ContentHandler that refers to a userdefined object in charge of processing the found nodes. The Parse method parses the content of the XML document using a reader, and whenever a new node is found, the method calls the content handler. The content handler class has a fixed interface represented by the following abstract class: Public MustInherit Class SaxContentHandler Public MustOverride Sub Process(_ ByVal name As String, _ ByVal value As String, _ 40 ByVal type As XmlNodeType) End Class After the two classes have been compiled into an assembly, a client SAX application can simply reference and instantiate the parser and the content handler class.

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