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September, 2005

  • Microsoft XML Team's WebLog

    Migrating to XslCompiledTransform

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    To improve XSLT execution performance in the .NET Framework version 2.0, the XslTransform class has been replaced with a new XSLT 1.0 implementation: the XslCompiledTransform class. XslCompiledTransform compiles XSLT stylesheets to Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL) methods and then executes them. Execution time of the new processor is on average 4 times better than XslTransform and matches the speed of MSXML, the native XML processor. Although XslCompiledTransform is designed to be as c...
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    PDC WebData XML Wrapup - XML Everywhere

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    XML was everywhere at PDC, even if you didn't notice it. Bill Gates said in his keynote something like “In .Net V1, we put in XML at the surface, with 2.0, Windows Vista and Office 12, we are putting XML at the core of all our products, not only for interop...
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    XML, Dynamic Languages, and VB

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    Thursday at PDC saw lots of details being put out about another big project our team has been working on -- the deep support for XML in Visual Basic 9. This is actually part of an even larger effort that our team member Erik Meijer has been involved in...
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    Changing the Game

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    by Soumitra Sengupta I am writing from PDC 2005, at Los Angeles. Anders Hejlsberg just showed a demonstration of the Language Integrated Query Framework (codename Project LINQ) at Jim Allchin's keynote address. If you are not at PDC and want to see...
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    "Standardizing on XML" is far from useless!

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    The war of words over Massachusetts' proposal to standardize on the OASIS Open Document Format continues to rage, stimulating people on all sides to some quite remarkable feats of rhetoric, analysis, speculation, paranoia, and a bit of good ol' FUD. I...
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    XML 2005 Conference - deadlines are fast approaching

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    Microsoft is helping to sponsor the XML 2005 Conference (November 14-18, Atlanta GA) and we encourage people to participate. There is still time to submit proposals for "late breaking news" presentations, presentations to describe and promote specific...
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