Applied XML Programming for Microsoft .NET

Applied XML Programming for Microsoft .NET

eBook - 2003
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XML is everywhere in the Microsoft .NET Framework, from Remoting to Web services and from data access to configuration. Learn about the extensive XML core classes in .NET and find out how to program against its parser in this in-depth guide--written by a popular programming author and consultant on cutting-edge technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET and Microsoft ADO.NET. You'll find authoritative explanations of technologies such as schemas, transformations, and XPath, plus extensive discussion of data access issues such as synchronization and serialization, the DiffGram format, and the XML extensions in Microsoft SQL Server 2000. Along the way, you'll learn exactly how to get the best performance out of XML in the .NET world. You'll also get answers to common questions such as, "When should I use XML Web services instead of Remoting?"

Topics covered include:

XML CORE CLASSES IN THE .NET FRAMEWORKThe .NET XML parsing modelXML readers and writersValidating readers and writersXML Schema


XML AND DATA ACCESSXML extensions in SQL Server 2000DataSet serializationThe DiffGram format

APPLICATION INTEROPERABILITYThe XML Serializer.NET RemotingXML Web servicesXML data islandsConfiguration files

Publisher: Redmond, Wash. : Microsoft Press, c2003
ISBN: 9780585472539
Characteristics: xxi, 696 pages : illustrations
Additional Contributors: NetLibrary, Inc
Alternative Title: XML programming


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