Want to write code faster–and write faster code? This issue gives you tips for tuning your code to get the best performance from your ADO applications and your development team. Also learn about multifaceted relationships, programming with SQL-DMO, and how to code fake temporary tables.
This is the first installment in a monthly, Web-only series of SQL Server tips brought to you by the Microsoft SQL Server Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs). Microsoft introduced the MVP program in the 1990s to recognize members of the general public who donate their time and considerable computing
Microsoft certainly did a good job with version 3.0 of their XML Parser (MSXML 3.0), with complete implementation of XSLT & XPath W3C specifications, improved SAX2, DOM and namespace support, Server-safe HTTP access, quite a few bug fixes and performance improvements. But what if the 'minimum re
The XML World series will achieve a new level of success for XML events in terms of media impact and technical relevance. XML World will be among the most energetic and interesting events in the domain of structured markup languages. Whether you are new to XML or an expert of attempting very ambitio
SOAP, or Simple Object Access Protocol is an XML-based object invocation protocol. SOAP was originally developed for distributed applications to communicate over HTTP and through corporate firewalls. SOAP defines the use of XML and HTTP to access services, objects and servers in a platform-independe
By Ken Cox. By design, the World Wide Web crosses international boundaries and supports multiple languages. To make your site or intranet application available to the largest audience, your pages need to be localized. Localization is the process of translating content such as text and graphics into
Java developers are welcoming the stronger XML support expected in the next version of the Java 2 Enterprise Edition standard. Sun Microsystems Inc. expects J2EE 1.3 to debut in the third quarter of this year, with increased support for Extensible Markup Language and upgrades to Enterprise JavaBeans
Quoted identifiers are used by default in SQL Server 2000, that is, they are set to ON. This is different from SQL Server 7.0 where they were set to OFF by default. Read on to see what this means for you.
This document introduces SQL Server administrators and developers to the new security features of SQL Server 2000. In addition to outlining the new features, there is a detailed discussion about how to best implement security in a Microsoft Windows® 2000 domain environment as well as source code exa
The reusability that XML affords TMX-formatted data benefits Java internationalization development.