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javax.xml.transform.*

by anloar In reply to XML Forum

In one of the articles you have used the package javax.xml.transform , I use jdk1.3.1 and I can not find it.
Where can I find it?

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by eratos In reply to javax.xml.transform.*

javax.xml.transform is not part of jdk1.3.1, go to http://xml.apache.org and go to Xalan. This distribution will contain all you need.

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XML TechMail Discussion Question

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to XML Forum

Process efficiently with the key element pattern:

The Feb. 19, XML TechMail discusses the key element pattern. Have you used the key element pattern to process your XML documents? Tell us how you used it and why.

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XML TechMail Question

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to XML Forum

Populate a C# form with XML data:

The Feb. 26, XML TechMail discusses processing XML data with C# and the .NET Framework. Have you used C# and the .NET Framework to process XML data? Do you prefer other platforms for performing these processes? Tell us about it.

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Will this work with ASP.NET?

by jolmstead In reply to XML TechMail Question

I am completely new to C# and .NET programming and I was wondering if this should work in ASP.NET using C#. I have the free copy of ASP.NET Web Matrix and coded exactly as suggested except using a web form instead of a C# form and using <%@ import Namespace="System.Xml" %> instead of "using System.Xml"; When I try to run the page I get "Compiler Error Message: CS0246: The type or namespace name 'openFileDialog1' could not be found". I suppose I can't use an open file dialog in a web page. What could I do in this situation? Or am I way off base here?

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XML problem - can't find a solution...

by alschmid In reply to XML Forum

Hello Everybody

Can anybody tell me what's wrong here:
http://www.vampster.com/iAccess/bands.php3
It's a band list in XML. IE6.0 tells me there's an error - but I can't find it...

thanks!
alex

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found it!

by alschmid In reply to XML problem - can't find ...

...it's because of the "&" which seems to be handled as a special char. sorry for the bothering.. :)
alex

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Find a specific phrase in XML documents

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to XML Forum

Traverse XML with .NET's XPathNavigator:

The March 5, XML TechMail discusses the .NET XPathNavigator class. What techniques and methods do you use to navigate XML documents looking for a specific reference?

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Process data with the latest tools & ASP

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to XML Forum

Populate ASP forms with XML data:

The March 12, XML TechMail discusses populating ASP forms with XML data. The presented demonstration was in response to a member question concerning a previous XML TechMail, which showed the same demonstration using C#. Tell us which method you prefer.

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Store XML data in a relational database

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to XML Forum

Three techniques to store XML data in a relational database:

The March 19, XML TechMail discusses storing XML data in a relational database. Have you used any of the three relational database storage techniques outlined in the TechMail? If yes, which one? Why did you choose it?

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