Since its first edition in 2003, the XML Database Symposium series (XSym) has been a forum for academics, practitioners, users and vendors, allowing all to discuss the use of and synergy between database management systems and XML. The previous symposia have provided opportunities for timely discussions on a broad range of topics pertaining to the theory and practice of XML data management and its applications. XSym 2009 continued this XSym tradition with a program consisting of 15 papers and a keynote shared with the 12th International Symposium on Database Programming Languages (DBPL 2009). We received 26 paper submissions, out of which eight papers were accepted as full papers, and seven as short/demo papers. Each submitted paper underwent a rigorous and careful review by four referees for long papers and three for the short ones. The contributions in these proceedings are a fine sample of the very best current - search in XML query processing, including full text, keyword and loosely structured queries, stream querying and joins, and materialized views. Among new theoretical advances we included work on a lambda-calculus model of XML and XPath, on m- ping from the enhanced entity-relationship conceptual model to the W3C XML Schema Language, on transactions, and extensions to XPath. Finally, work on data parallel algorithms, compression, and practical aspects of XQuery, including query forms and the use of Prolog are also part of this volume.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XML Encryption, also known as XML-Enc, is a specification, governed by a W3C recommendation, that defines how to encrypt the contents of an XML element. Although XML Encryption can be used to encrypt any kind of data, it is nonetheless known as "XML Encryption" because an XML element contains or refers to the cipher text, keying information, and algorithms. Both XML Signature and XML Encryption use the KeyInfo element, which appears as the child of a SignedInfo, EncryptedData, or EncryptedKey element and provides information to a recipient about what keying material to use in validating a signature or decrypting encrypted data. The KeyInfo element is optional: it can be attached in the message, or be delivered through a secure channel.
Data warehousing is an important application of database technology. Even though XML is ubiquitous and there are many XML databases, there are almost no XML data warehouses today. When the information to be represented naturally has multiple dimensions, as in data warehouses, fundamental tensions appear in the modeling and schema design. This book propose an evolutionary extension of the XML data model into a multi-dimensional model, called the Multi-Colored Trees (MCT) logical data model. MCT permits trees with multi-colored nodes to signify participation in multiple dimensions. Algorithms are developed to transform design specifications given as ER diagrams into MCT schemas.Bitmap join indices are extended to the XML context. This book demonstrates experimentally the benefit for typical queries, including those with low cardinality or high selectivity. The book also consider the data cube, and show that it cannot readily be expressed or evaluated for XML data. Specifically, XML data is not always summarizable because of missing and repeated sub-elements.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XML Enabled Directory (XED) is a framework for managing objects represented using the Extensible Markup Language (XML). XED builds on X.500 and LDAP directory services technologies. XED was originally designed in 2003 by Steven Legg of eB2Bcom (formerly of Adacel Technologies) and Daniel Prager (formerly of Deakin University). The XML Enabled Directory (XED) framework leverages existing Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and X.500 directory technology to create a directory service that stores, manages and transmits Extensible Markup Language (XML) format data, while maintaining interoperability with LDAP clients, X.500 Directory User Agents (DUAs), and X.500 Directory System Agents (DSAs). The XML Enabled Directory allows directory entries to contain XML formatted data as attribute values.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. In computer science, an XML Pipeline is formed when XML (Extensible Markup Language) processes, sometimes called XML transformations, are connected together. For instance, given two transformations T1 and T2, the two can be connected together so that an input XML document is transformed by T1 and then the output of T1 is fed as input document to T2. Simple pipelines like the one described above are called linear, a single input document always goes through the same sequence of transformations to produce a single output document.
Master the basics of XML as well as the namespaces and objects you need to know in order to work efficiently with XML. You'll learn extensive support for XML in everything from data access to configuration, from raw parsing to code documentation. You will see clear, practical examples that illustrate best practices in implementing XML APIs and services as part of your C#-based Windows 10 applications. Beginning XML with C# 7 is completely revised to cover the XML features of .NET Framework 4.7 using C# 7 programming language. In this update, you'll discover the tight integration of XML with ADO.NET and LINQ as well as additional .NET support for today's RESTful web services and Web API. Written by a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and developer, this book demystifies everything to do with XML and C# 7. What You Will Learn: Discover how XML works with the .NET FrameworkRead, write, access, validate, and manipulate XML documentsTransform XML with XSLTUse XML serialization and web servicesCombine XML in ADO.NET and SQL ServerCreate services using Windows Communication FoundationWork with LINQUse XML with Web API and more Who This Book Is For : Those with experience in C# and .NET new to the nuances of using XML. Some XML experience is helpful.
Die eXtensible Markup Language (XML) hat sich als grundlegende Technologie im elektronischen Datenaustausch etabliert. Eine Vielzahl an Daten ist jedoch historisch bedingt in Datenbanksystemen (DBS) abgespeichert und wird dort von vielen Anwendungen genutzt. Nachdem beide Konzepte aus heutiger Sicht nicht mehr wegzudenken sind, werden Techniken benötigt, die die beiden kombinieren. Beinahe alle DBS-Hersteller haben auf diese Entwicklung reagiert und verschiedenste Möglichkeiten zur Handhabung von XML in DBS entwickelt. Auch die International Organization for Standards (ISO) widmet XML einen eigenen Part im SQL-Standard, ISO 9075-14: XML Related Specification, kurz SQL/XML. Die Hersteller von DBS orientieren sich in unterschiedlichem Ausmaß an diesem Standard. Aus Gründen der Migration ist zu hinterfragen bzw. zu überprüfen, inwiefern verschiedene DBS diesen Standard unterstützen. Dies stellt gleichzeitig das grundlegende Ziel dieses Buches dar. Dazu wird die SQL/XML:2006-Spezifikation näher erläutert und ein Kriterienkatalog, mit Hilfe dessen die XML-Unterstützung eines beliebigen DBS evaluiert werden kann, entwickelt. Im Rahmen dieses Buches findet der entwickelte Kriterienkatalog an drei ausgewählten DBS der Hersteller Oracle, Microsoft und Sun Anwendung.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. In computer science and web development, XML Events is a W3C standard for handling events that occur in an XML document. These events are typically caused by users interacting with the web page using a device such as a web browser on a personal computer or mobile phone. An XML Event is the representation of some asynchronous occurrence (such as a mouse button click) that gets associated with a data element in an XML document. XML Events provides a static, syntactic binding to the DOM Events interface, allowing the event to be handled. The XML Events standard is defined to provide XML-based languages with the ability to uniformly integrate event listeners and associated event handlers with Document Object Model (DOM) Level 2 event interfaces. The result is to provide a declarative, interoperable way of associating behaviors with XML-based documents such as XHTML.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The XML Protocol ("XMLP") is a standard being developed by the W3C XML Protocol Working Group to the following guidelines, outlined in the group''s charter. XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a set of rules for encoding documents electronically. It is defined in the XML 1.0 Specification produced by the W3C and several other related specifications, all are fee-free open standards. XML''s design goals emphasize simplicity, generality, and usability over the Internet. It is a textual data format, with strong support via Unicode for the languages of the world. Although XML''s design focuses on documents, it is widely used for the representation of arbitrary data structures, for example in web services.
Use this guide to master the XML metalanguage and JSON data format along with significant Java APIs for parsing and creating XML and JSON documents from the Java language. New in this edition is coverage of Jackson (a JSON processor for Java) and Oracle's own Java API for JSON processing (JSON-P), which is a JSON processing API for Java EE that also can be used with Java SE. This new edition of Java XML and JSON also expands coverage of DOM and XSLT to include additional API content and useful examples. All examples in this book have been tested under Java 11. In some cases, source code has been simplified to use Java 11's var language feature. The first six chapters focus on XML along with the SAX, DOM, StAX, XPath, and XSLT APIs. The remaining six chapters focus on JSON along with the mJson, GSON, JsonPath, Jackson, and JSON-P APIs. Each chapter ends with select exercises designed to challenge your grasp of the chapter's content. An appendix provides the answers to these exercises. What You'll Learn Master the XML languageCreate, validate, parse, and transform XML documentsApply Java's SAX, DOM, StAX, XPath, and XSLT APIsMaster the JSON format for serializing and transmitting dataCode against third-party APIs such as Jackson, mJson, Gson, JsonPathMaster Oracle's JSON-P API in a Java SE context Who This Book Is For Intermediate and advanced Java programmers who are developing applications that must access data stored in XML or JSON documents. The book also targets developers wanting to understand the XML language and JSON data format.
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Discover the power of XML publishing with InDesign, and create content for multiple applications—including digital-first publishing workflows. With this book, XML evangelist Dorothy Hoskins teaches you several techniques for working with the built-in XML capabilities of InDesign CS6, using real examples from a college course-catalog project.Learn how to import database content into InDesign, and tag existing InDesign content as XML for export to other applications. InDesign also lets you apply attractive styling to XML content that can’t be done with XSL-FO. Through step-by-step instructions, code examples, and lots of screen shots, you’ll discover how using XML with InDesign increases the value of your content.* Get an overview of structured (XML) content* Learn InDesign’s XML import options, including XML image information* Mingle XML and non-XML content in a text flow* Use InDesign as an XML "skin" by making templates with new style definitions* Put content in "XML order" for export to EPUB, with InDesign CS5.5 and CS6* Dive into advanced topics, such as how to transform XML with XSL* Understand InDesign’s potential and limitations with complex content models such as DocBook and DITA