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  • Microsoft XML Team's WebLog

    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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    UPA in plain English (by Priya Lakshminarayanan)

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    Unique Particle Attribution or UPA as it is known among schema savvy XML geeks, is one among many rules in the XML Schema spec that confounds most schema authors. If you ever see the following error message while compiling a schema, then you have hit...
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    XmlSchema and XmlSchemaSet

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    Stan writes about Walking XmlSchema and XmlSchemaSet objects
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    XML Projects

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    Now that Whidbey is almost out the door, we've started planning our next release. A number of customers have told us that they would like to have XML Projects. However, nobody explained exactly what that meant. So I'd like to investigate this a bit further...
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    GetElementsByTagName

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    It's been quiet on this blog as we get closer to Whidbey RTM. Meanwhile, Erik Saltwell - the dev lead for system.xml - gives a "behind the scenes" look at GetElementsByTagName . It's quite a good read, especially if you're using this method. Stan Kitsis
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    XML Editor and Code Snippets

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    Just wrote up an entry about using code snippets in the XML Editor Stan Kitsis
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    XmlReader and XmlWriter articles by Alex Homer

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    Alex Homer wrote a very good article ( http://www.15seconds.com/issue/050601.htm ) on using XmlReader and XmlWriter in .NET 2.0. It is based on beta 2 bits and while we've added a few new features since then (for example, allowXmlAttributes flag), it...
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    XML and Draconian Error Handling

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    I can just hear sound of the long-time XML users' mice clicking to get this horrible topic off the screen ASAP ... but maybe people who are newer to XML will get something out of revisiting one of the oldest controversies: what should be done with text...
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    Anders Hejlsberg interview on support for XML and SQL in C#

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    Anders Hejlsberg, the MS Distinguished Engineer who has pioneered several important programming languages including Turbo Pascal and C#, has an interview in InfoWorld that is well worth reading for anyone interested in how .NET is evolving to support...
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    A lot interest around XSLT!!!!

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    Thanks everyone for the great feedback. There are a lot of interesting comments. Once I read through them , I will post a summary of what the general feedback is and ask for more clarifications. Keep those comments flowing in!!!! Thanks Nithya
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    XSLT planning

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    We are planning what features /improvements need to go in the next release for XSLT. We are making these decisions based on customer input and feedback. So I would like to hear your views on what you would like to see in the release of XSLT. We...
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    Lots of .NET and SQL Server XML news today

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    It's been a busy news day! First, there are some very interesting figures out comparing XML performance on .NET 2.0 against .NET 1.1 and also JVM 1.5, using benchmarks devised by Sun. The conclusion: The XML Mark 1.1 Benchmark Kit demonstrates...
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    Introducing myself

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    Hello!! I am Nithya Sampathkumar. I recently joined the Program Management team(shifted from dev to PM) and am working on XSLT and XPath. I have been a part of the xml team for the last 5 years as a dev. As a dev I have worked on XPath, XSLT , XQuery...
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    Why was Dynamic HTML a bust and "AJAX" a hit?

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    One of the eternal mysteries of the software industry for me is how formerly ignored or scorned ideas can become buzzwords du jour almost overnight. XML -- which has a data model that is quite close to the scorned LISP S-Expressions and uses the "discredited...
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    Documents, Schemas, Objects: An Eternal [Golden?] Braid

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    I'm taking a break from the Day Job task of summarizing WebData XML's experiences with XML Schema for the upcoming W3C Workshop . This task has led me to pull on the strands that entangle XML documents, schemas, and programming models with one another...
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    Coding 4 fun

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    A few people here at Microsoft created a website for those who write code for fun. Check it out, it has articles on various topics ranging from cool utilities to web development to game development. And they have a nice column on xml. Coding for fun...
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    XInclude and schema validation

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    A lot of people are excited about XInclude and want to start using it in their projects. However, there is an issue with using both XInclude and xsd validation at the same time. The issue is that XInclude adds xml:* attributes to the instance documents...
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    Visual Studio 2005 XML tools - video demo

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    MSDN Channel 9 has an interview with Ken Levy showing off the new XML tools in Visual Studio 2005. http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=64642 Running Time - 41:52 Download Size - 134 MB These new XML tools will be especially useful to developers...
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    WebData XML Bloggers re-emerge

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    Now that the Whidbey and Yukon projects have passed some milestones, the team weblogs are starting to show some activity again. Arpan Desai posts his thoughts on the rather interesting marketing campaign of an XQuery tools vendor who wants you all to demand XQuery support in .NET 2.0. That's not going to happen -- the feature list is frozen, schedules are set, and lots of other plans depend on .NET 2.0 coming out on time and with rock-solid quality. Dave Remy has an interesting post that rel...
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    Webcast Tomorrow: Shankar Pal on Optimizing and Troubleshooting XML Applications at the Server

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    Just a reminder of this upcoming webcast. From the description: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 introduces a new data type called XML for storing and manipulating XML data at the server. This webcast looks at techniques for optimizing applications using...
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    bulkload and XSD schema constructs

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    I have seen quite a few newsgroup posts about SQLXML Bulkload where the users think the schema and the data file that they use are correct, but nothing gets bulkloaded and neither do they get an error. One of the main reasons for this is that bulkload...
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    Hello from a new blogger - Chandra

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    Hi folks, I am Chandrasekaran Kalyanaraman (Chandra is how I am called in the team here.). I have been with the XML team for 4 years now as a tester and I have worked in SQLXML and SOAP Toolkit. I wanted to start blogging about my random thoughts related...
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    Xml Dev Center Updates

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    We have a new article today from Oleg Tkachenko, one of our MVP's, about indexing XML for faster querying. Go check it out now ! Also, Michael Rys has listed upcoming Sql Server / XML webcasts. Apologies for the few updates lately. We're all trying to...
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    Sql Server Xml Web Cast

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    Michael Rys will be doing an MSDN Webcast on April 5th about Managing XML Data on the Database with SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 (Level 300) . The decription from the page: "This session explores advanced concepts and techniques for working...
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    It Ain't Easy to be Simple

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    Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. - Antoine de Saint-Exupery Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler - Albert Einstein For every problem, there is a solution...
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