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This article by Garth Wells is on User Defined Functions and it's taken mainly from his book, Code-Centric: T-SQL Programming with Stored Procedures and Triggers, about programming Microsoft SQL Server. The ability to create a user-defined function (UDF) is a new feature added to SQL
This is a full blown Visual XPath Interpreter for the evaluation of any XPath expression and visual presentation of the resulting nodeset or scalar value.
DTD is described in XML 1.0 standard. In this tutorial basic DTD features are demonstrated on many examples.
At the Professional Developers' Conference in Orlando last July, Microsoft unveiled its latest architecture, .NET. Its various features and components were explained to the large audience by a number of speakers. So what is .NET?The term is, essentially, a new marketing label which Microsof
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Windows® CE Edition (SQL Server CE) is the compact database for rapidly developing applications that extend enterprise data management capabilities to devices. SQL Server CE has the familiar feel of SQL Server, with tools, application programming interfaces (APIs), and SQL
This article by Garth Wells covers building a dynamic where clause. And the really neat part is that you don't actually need to write dynamic SQL. This is soooo much simpler.
XML Workshop is the course for developers eager to learn XML and put it to use in their applications. This 3-day, hands-on course takes you through XML technologies theory and practice starting with XML Documents and Infosets all the way to SOAP and Biztalk. Topics covered include XML DOM, SAX, XSLT
Many people wonder how to send images using XML. Darshan demonstrates in his article how to send binary data as part of an XML document, using base64 encoding.
Opinion By Lee Anne Phillips At long last, XML Schema is on its way to becoming reality with the release of the still-flawed-but-far-better-than-what-we-have-now, three-part specification to Candidate status at W3C. Although several issues remain controversial—notably the utter failure of the S