In this chapter, we cover the newest technology in Web forms, XForms. And when we say new, we mean really new. XForms is currently a "work in progress" at the W3C. So, in this chapter, we just provide you with a very brief overview of XForms.
James Clark has announced an update to the sample Java implementation he created for his TREX validation language.
SQL Server 2000 Wins eWEEK's eXcellence award for enterprise systems development. eWEEK on Thursday named 21 products and services as winners in its first annual eXcellence Awards program, the online competition to select the best new e-business products and services introduced during
From SQL Team Alex writes "I have a need to run a stored procedure which will insert multiple rows in the database. Biggest problem that I don't know from the begging how much inserts I need to do. I need to pass in the stored procedure an array of variables and loop over it. How I can
Before making the important decision to purchase an XML parser, look at the results of Steve Franklin's test of a selection of both DOM- and SAX-based parsers.
An excerpt from WROX Press Professional XML Databases by Kevin Williams, Michael Brundage, Patrick Dengler, Jeff Gabriel, Andy Hoskinson, Michael Kay, Thomas Maxwell, Marcelo Ochoa, Johnny Papa, Mohan Vanmane. In this chapter, we will examine some approaches for taking an existing relatio
Bijan Parsia tells us…As is all too common in the programming world, much of the XML community has identified itself and all its works with object oriented programming (OOP). While I'm a fan of OOP, it's clear to me that even the best OOP-for-XML techniques aren't a panacea, and, moreo
This article discusses facets of Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 textual searches such as: how SQL queries can be used on file systems lacking tables; how to use SQL extensions to make full-text queries; and how to work with a combination of file and database information. This article also discusses how Ba
SQL Server 7.0 Service Pack 3 (SP3) includes a fix for a problem with transactional replication of updates.
by Stuart J. Johnston The open source community does not have a singular, monolithic vision but there's plenty of innovation that takes full advantage of XML, including Jabber, Red Hat Network, GNOME, and more. Read about the best developments in open source XML.