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    XLinks

    Linking in XML is divided into two parts, XLink and XPointers. XLink, the XML Linking Language, defines how one document links to another document. XPointer, the XML Pointer Language, defines how individual parts of a document are addressed. An XLink points to a URI (in practice, a URL) that specifies a particular resource. This URI may include an XPointer part that more specifically identifies the desired part or section of the targeted resource or document. This paper explores XLinks.


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    XSL Formatting Objects

    XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO) are the second half of the Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL). XSL-FO is an XML application that describes how pages will look when presented to a reader. A style sheet uses the XSL transformation language to transform an XML document in a semantic vocabulary into a new XML document that uses the XSL-FO presentational vocabulary. While one can hope that Web browsers will one day know how to directly display data marked up with XSL formatting objects, for now an additional step is necessary in which the output document is further transformed into some other format, such as Adobe's PDF.


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    Interactive SQL Server & XML Online Tutorial

    This tutorial will show you the different methods of retrieving XML from SQL Server, how to control how the data is returned, and then discuss how to navigate through the returned results. You will also learn ways of viewing SQL Server tables from an XML perspective. From there you’ll learn how to load data into SQL Server using XML natively, including real-time over HTTP.


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    Extensible Markup Language (XML) and C#

    The .NET Framework uses XML extensively. The Framework Class Library (FCL) provides an extensive set of XML-related classes. Much of Visual Studio's internal implementation also employs XML. In this paper, we introduce XML, XML-related technologies and key classes for creating and manipulating XML documents.


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    Understanding XML Schema

    This paper is a starting point for understanding XML Schema. It's organized as an introduction to how the W3C's XML Schema language defines the mechanisms that allow developers to define document models and datatypes.


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    How to Version Schemas

    Version and source control for schemas and schema objects is badly needed by us all, especially in complex, multi-enterprise development situations. This paper describes how to support true versioning of schemas and fine-grained schema objects. An important conclusion is that schema evolution and schema development are essentially synonymous, in that the applicable techniques and requisite technology are the same for both.


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    One Stop Document Creation: Standards in Publishing Workflows

    In this presentation, the speaker will look at new publishing tools and standards that are enabling truly personalized content on demand in the print world. He will examine the roles of XSLFO and SVG within publishing workflows, and how XML as a neutral format for creating Web, print, and wireless content can be formatted and presented as a PDF document. The session describes the new place of XML and Web standards in publishing for printable representation of dynamic text and graphics as well as static content.


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    Essential XML Quick Reference

    Essential XML Quick Reference is for anyone working with today's mainstream XML technologies. It was specifically designed to serve as a handy but thorough quick reference that answers the most common XML-related technical questions.It goes beyond the traditional pocket reference design by providing complete coverage of each topic along with plenty of meaningful examples.


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    XML Programming: Well-Formed Documents and Namespaces

    This paper will cover the following topics: HTML vs. XHTML; XHTML modularization and XHTML Basic; well-formed XML documents; names and namespaces; global attributes and XLink; namespace URI and RDDL (XHTML Basic + XLink).


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    The case for XML for Analysis

    XML for Analysis is an open, web-based standard for client-server communications between OLAP systems. Since its debut in mid-2001 XML/A has been widely considered to perform poorly in comparison with proprietary, binary protocols as the overhead involved in creating XML documents at one end and then parsing them at the other end was thought to be high. Additionally, the XML output from an XML/A server is much larger in terms of actual bytes as the XML document must contain many tags which are required to describe the actual data they contain. This means that the time to transfer the data across the network is greater.


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