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by Dare Obasanjo October 29 2003 W3C XML Schema WXS possesses a number of features that mimic object oriented concepts including type derivation and polymorphism. However real world experience has shown that these features tend to complicate schemas may have subtle interactions that lead tricky problems and can often be replaced by other features...

by Simon St. Laurent February 28 2001 Current XML development at the W3C threatens to obliterate the original promise of XML -- a clean cheap format for sharing information -- by piling on too many features and obscuring what XML does best. While users may demand some of those features for some applications features for some users are turning into...

by Tom White March 03 2004 XML documents often refer to other documents that an XML processor has to retrieve in order to make sense of the main document. These external resources typically referred to by URIs may be local files; or they may be remote distributed across the web. In an ideal world the difference would be invisible since it would...

XML on the Move   By xml.com
by Edd Dumbill February 21 2001 On the first day of XML DevCon Europe in London England speakers highlighted the growth of XML in its three years of existence. Henry Thompson from the University of Edinburgh and zealous editor of the W3C s XML Schema specification noted in his opening keynote that XML had grown from one specification to a family...

XML 2000 Coverage   By xml.com
December 13 2000 Reports and reviews from the largest XML conference of the year. Developers Day at XML 2000 The XML Developers Day at XML 2000 chaired by Jon Bosak was composed of relatively late-breaking developments in XML. It provided many valuable insights into developing XML systems. XML 2000 Focuses on Schemas Reports from the first afternoon...

by Alan Kotok January 02 2002 XML was developed to meet the real needs of real organizations and its novelty and its promise have attracted plenty of attention from technical and business people. For XML to continue to thrive however it needs to deliver real value to companies and organizations particularly in these tough economic times. Several...

XML Source Highlighting   By xml.com
by Kyle Downey July 30 2003 Editor s Note From time to time XML.com authors share with me favorite tricks they use in writing and formatting articles. In this article Kyle Downey goes one step further and shares his software too. Adding Source Highlighting to XHTML They say a successful open source project starts with an itch to scratch. In the case...

Using XML for Web Publishing   By developer.com
By Benoî t Marchal I Remember 1998. XML was brand new having just been approved as a recommendation by the W3C. Designers were curious about the language and more specifically about whether it would ever replace HTML. Because it turned out the answer was no XML serves different needs than HTML they happily abandoned XML to programmers....

What is XML?   By xml.com
by Norman Walsh October 03 1998 XML is a markup language for documents containing structured information. Structured information contains both content words pictures etc. and some indication of what role that content plays for example content in a section heading has a different meaning from content in a footnote which means something different...

Binary XML, Again   By xml.com
by Kendall Grant Clark August 13 2003 XML is Not Self-Describing I dissent from several points of XML Orthodoxy because I am by nature personal inclination and experience a dissident. But I also dissent reflexively I suppose because my intellectual training -- in religious studies and the philosophy of religion -- acquainted me well with the dynamics...

by Leigh Dodds February 28 2001 Debates on the XML-DEV and XSL mailing lists over the last two weeks concern the futures of XSLT XPath and the latest addition to the W3C XML toolkit XML Query. There are no signs of these debates ending this week. Discussion on XML-DEV about the design of XML Query rages on. Reinventing the Wheel The focus of last...

by J. David Eisenberg May 16 2001 We ve all heard stories of how new XML technologies have helped build immense corporate databases and complex dynamic web sites. Well this isn t one of those stories. This story is about how the Apache Software Foundation s XML tools helped improve this year s California Central Coast Section High School wrestling...

by Ali Mesbah April 30 2003 W3C XML Schema WXS is an XML language for describing and constraining the content of XML documents. Using WXS to validate XML instance documents has become a common practice. Using a schema we can also go the other way around create or edit a valid XML instance document using the information in the schema. This article...

by Edd Dumbill April 11 2001 Signs of reality were setting in this week at XML DevCon 2001 in New York City. As vendors and professionals were feeling the pinch of the economic conditions the cloud of dust raised by recent overmarketing was starting to settle. Web Services Evolution Not Revolution" While the vendor evangelists were still...

by Paul Ford May 07 2003 Berkeley DB XML is an open source embedded XML database created by Sleepycat Software . It s built on top of Berkeley DB a key-value" database which provides record storage and transaction management. Unlike relational databases which store data in relational tables Berkeley DB XML is designed to store arbitrary...

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