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May, 2004

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    TechEd 2004 XML Talk Slides

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    I have finally posted the slides and sample code for my TechEd 2004 talk on XML in the .NET framework. The samples require a copy of Visual Studio 2005 (i.e. the community drop distributed at TechEd) in order to compile and run.
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    Article on the XML Support in SQL Server 2005

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    I worked with Shankar to write this article on the XML Support in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 which has just been published on the MSDN XML Developer Center. I would be very interested in comments on how you see an application need for storing XML content...
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    TechEd USA 2004 Meeting Times

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    If you are at TechEd and want to talk about XML in .NET or SQL Server then these are some times that you can find me. Tues 25th 10:45-12:00 DAT379 Session - XML Today and Tomorrow Tues 25th 2:15 - 5:00 - Data Access booth in the Pavillion Thurs...
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    XSLT 2.0 Sir?

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    One questions that I am getting more frequently is “Will the next release of System.Xml V2.0 support XSLT 2.0 ?”. The answer is “No”. It's not that we do not love XSLT (see [1] and [2] below), in fact it has proven itself to be...
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    XPathReader Article on MSDN

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    This is now been published on the MSDN XML developer center as I mentioned in an earlier post . A very useful component. The main points to remember about its usage are; It is a streaming XmlReader implementation. That is why the XPath subset is...
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    TechEd presence and a chance to get your opinions voiced.

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    I am attending both TechEd USA and TechEd Europe and presenting a couple of sessions. DAT379 is very much a “Here's what is in my XML toolbox today and this is how is gets better in Visual Studio 2005“. Plenty of tears of joy and happiness...
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    Schema For DataSet Attributes

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    If you have spent anytime serializing the .NET System.Data.DataSet class structure to file then you will know that this is serialized as an XML Schema. You may have noticed that it also writes attributes from a target namespace “ urn:schemas-microsoft...
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