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  XML - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An XML schema is a description of a type of XML document, typically expressed in terms of constraints on the structure and content of documents of that type, above and beyond the basic constraints imposed by XML itself.
XML's regular structure and strict parsing rules allow software designers to leave parsing to standard tools, and since XML provides a general, data model-oriented framework for the development of application-specific languages, software designers need only concentrate on the development of rules for their data, at relatively high levels of abstraction.
XML 1.0 and XML 1.1 differ in the requirements of characters used for element and attribute names: XML 1.0 only allows characters which are defined in Unicode 2.0, which includes most world scripts, but excludes those which were added in later Unicode versions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/XML   (4908 words)

 Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Third Edition)
XML is an application profile or restricted form of SGML, the Standard Generalized Markup Language [ISO 8879].
XML documents are made up of storage units called entities, which contain either parsed or unparsed data.
XML provides a mechanism, the document type declaration, to define constraints on the logical structure and to support the use of predefined storage units.
www.w3.org /TR/REC-xml   (8474 words)

 exploring XML - The Webmaster's Reference on XML: Free Tutorials, Tools, Standards Talk, and Product Reviews - ...
XML processing is moving into the non-PC space, with PDAs and mobile phones acting as Web services clients and synchronizing their content with desktops via SyncML.
Last month young publisher glasshaus released "Practical XML for the Web", a book "for Web professionals of all levels who want to know how XML can be put to great practical use in their work today." I was already pleasantly surprised when the package arrived...
Now that the XML Schema specification is one step away from becoming a W3C Recommendation, it is a good time to take a closer look at the new improved way to declare document type definitions.
www.webreference.com /xml   (4099 words)

 XML developer news from XMLhack: by and for the XML community
TeXML is an XML vocabulary for TeX. The processor transforms TeXML markup into the TeX markup, escaping special and out-of-encoding characters.
XML 1.1 and namespaces in XML 1.1, two recommendations which don't change that many things but may have an important impact for XML applications, unless they are ignored by a vast majority.
The deadline for submissions to XML Europe 2004 is imminent -- January 5, 2004.
www.xmlhack.com   (703 words)

 What is XML? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
XML is a pared-down version of SGML, designed especially for Web documents.
The XML namespaces recommendation is tantalizingly vague about, or omits altogether, a number of apparently important points.
Simple Object Access Protocol is one of the neatest XML based technologies to be introduced as of late, yet many people are still trying to get a handle on all of the new terms and acronyms that SOAP has uncovered.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/X/XML.html   (702 words)

 Extensible Markup Language (XML)
The mission of the XML Core Working Group is to develop and maintain the specifications for XML itself and closely related specifications such as Namespaces in XML, the XML Information Set, and XInclude.
The Efficient XML Interchange Working Group is responsible for developing ways to exchange XML documents in ways that are as efficient as is practical without compromising the interoperability of XML itself.
The XML Binary Characterization Working Group was created to investigate this area, and to enable precise measurements to be made of the benefits (if any) of a binary interchange format over the existing methods of textual interchange.
www.w3.org /XML   (1168 words)

 WDVL: XML: Extensible Markup Language
XML Family of Specifications: A Practical Guide provides a complete roadmap for understanding how XML, XSL, XML Schema, and related specifications interlink to create powerful, real-world applications.
The WDVL XML Software Guide includes a brief description of each tool, whether it is freeware or a commercial product, and the platforms on which it is available.
WDVL's XML introduction is geared toward newcomers who have heard the buzz, but don't know what all the fuss is about.
wdvl.internet.com /Authoring/Languages/XML   (1415 words)

 Working with XML: The Java/XML Tutorial
Understanding XML and the Java XML APIs explains the basics of XML and gives you a guide to the acronyms associated with it.
XML and the Document Object Model (DOM) explains how to create and manipulate a hierarchy of data objects so you can randomly access it and modify its contents.
This is also the API you use to write an XML file from a tree of objects in memory, and to create XML from an arbitrary document structure.
java.sun.com /xml/tutorial_intro.html   (260 words)

 Cover Pages: Extensible Markup Language (XML)
XML is fully internationalized for both European and Asian languages, with all conforming processors required to support the Unicode character set in both its UTF-8 and UTF-16 encodings.
XML is used in the interim because the RDF standard was not finalized at the time of writing.
The Chemical Markup Language was documented (July 1998) as "an application of XML" and was demonstrated at WWW6 with the Jumbo Java-based browser for XML documents.
www.oasis-open.org /cover/xml.html   (7148 words)

Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a cross-platform, extensible, and text-based standard for representing data.
Java Persistence API: XML Schemas This document lists the document formats that will be used by the Java Persistence API XML descriptors.
The Java Persistence API requires that its XML descriptors be validated with respect to the XML Schema listed by this document.
java.sun.com /xml   (486 words)

 XML Files - Extensible Markup Language Tutorials for Developers
XML Stylesheet Transformations (XSLT) is defined as a language for transforming source XML documents into other document formats using XML Path Language (XPath) as a query language.
It covers an introduction to XML, and explains the differences between XML and HTML, the history and purpose of XML, and the basic XML syntax.
The XML DOM is the Document Object Model of XML.
www.xmlfiles.com   (1313 words)

The Apache XML Project used to be the home for many XML-related subprojects, many of which have moved to top-level project status recently or are currently in migration.
It is an XML based protocol that consists of three parts: an envelope that defines a framework for describing what is in a message and how to process it, a set of encoding rules for expressing instances of application-defined datatypes, and a convention for representing remote procedure calls and responses.
The idea is that you can take advantage the richness and features of XML and XML Schema and have these features mapped as naturally as possible to the equivalent Java language and typing constructs.
xml.apache.org   (1272 words)

 XML Conference & Exposition 2005 | From Syntax to Semantics: November 14-18, 2005, Hilton Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The reliable source for everything XML - XML 2005 is the largest independent XML conference, designed for professionals who want to use XML and related technologies to produce higher-quality data, increase production speed, and save money.
The XML Cup 2005 for Services to the XML Community was awarded by Lauren Wood, Chair of the XML 2005 Conference, to Michael Kay and Norman Walsh during the opening keynote session.
IDEAlliance in its continued efforts to provide groundbreaking services to the XML community are introducing the XML Master Class Series the first of which will be held at XML 2005 in Atlanta, Georgia the week of November 14.
2005.xmlconference.org   (635 words)

 developerWorks : XML tutorials, code, and forums
An increasingly common use of XML is to move small snippets of content through an arbitrary processing workflow.
Rendering your presentation layer: A tale of two methods: Perform XML transformations directly within a browser from a WebRowSet object created on an application server.
XML news from Friday, May 5, 2006 (Cafe con Leche)
www.ibm.com /developer/xml   (231 words)

The OASIS OpenDocument format is the native file format of OpenOffice.org 2.0, while OpenOffice.org XML is the native file format of OpenOffice.org 1.0.
The OpenOffice.org XML file format is the native file format of OpenOffice.org 1.0.
There is demand for transformations from and into the OpenOffice.org XML format, particular for use as import and export filters.
xml.openoffice.org   (431 words)

 The CoverPages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The draft W3C XML Schema for the FEA DRM serves as an abstract metamodel for the DRM, representing all three of the DRM's major standardization areas (categorization of data, exchange of data, structure of data).
XML status messages are instances of the XML Schema defined in the draft, and are labeled with a new 'application/im-iscomposing+xml' content type.
XML Schemas, Namespaces, and RDF Schemas should be registered with the IANA per the IETF XML Registry guidelines.
www.oasis-open.org /cover   (15824 words)

 XML Developer Center
Get a jump on your XML development: Michael Campbell shows off his latest XML for Fun project that lets you perform XML transformations on the fly.
Friends, Xml Users, Developers: Below you'll find excerpts from the XML team blog.
I am working on the VB 9.0 Xml features that I believe will make VB the most productive language with which to program Xml.
msdn.microsoft.com /xml   (429 words)

 XML.com: XML From the Inside Out -- XML development, XML resources, XML specifications
The Software World of 2010: Its about the Suite Nick Carr (the Australian XML éminence grise not the US journalist) asked me whether the software world was fragmenting.
The Self-Defeatingness of XML's Media Independence On a project today one of XML's paradoxes struck me: we adopt XML for publishing often because we want to re-target our documents to different publications and media; however we then find it useful if the information is organized or… Rick Jelliffe
XML in XML Here is XML's grammar expressed as an automaton in XML syntax.
www.xml.com   (1014 words)

 XML Tutorial
In our XML tutorial you will learn what XML is and the difference between XML and HTML.
How XML attributes can be used to describe elements or provide additional information about elements.
The difference between a Well Formed and a Valid XML document and how a DTD is used to define the XML document.
www.w3schools.com /xml   (559 words)

 XML Files - XML Basics - Introduction to XML Use, Syntax and Validation
After you have studied this chapter you will know what XML is. You will know the difference between XML and HTML.
Some of the different ways XML can be used.
About the support for XML in the two most famous browsers.
www.xmlfiles.com /xml   (366 words)

 Hotscripts.com :: XML
A collection of references to aid in XML development.
XML Viewer is a simple but useful program for viewing or editing XML documents.
In this paper, you learn how to work with XML documents within the.NET Framework.
www.hotscripts.com /XML   (183 words)

The IBM scheme is actually a parallel data storage manager that parses XML data into a hierarchical format that, unlike CLOBs, supports native XML querying without degrading performance, according to IBM.
The XML Schema WG has collected uses cases and I contributed a bunch of Web services versioning use cases to help the discussion.
In developing the XML transcript standard, the PESC committees included representatives of educational institutions that act as trading partners -- professional organizations like the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, and vendors that provide the software and services that have to interact with the standards.
www.xml.org   (2182 words)

Updates to the FAQ are notified to the mailing lists and newsgroups listed in question A.12, ‘Where can I discuss implementation and development of XML?’.
The full document is available for download in many different formats: see the page ‘Availability’ for a list.
What is the difference between XML and C or C++ or Java?
xml.silmaril.ie   (614 words)

 Welcome to XMLSoftware   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
XML library containing a parser, from Daniel Veillard
Powerfull XML editor with support for a wide range of XML standards, from JapiSoft
XML web services based accounting solution, from Objacct, Inc..
www.xmlsoftware.com   (230 words)

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