Beginning XML with C Sharp. 2008. From Novice to Pro by Bipin Joshi

By Bipin Joshi

Starting XML with C# 2008 specializes in XML and the way it's used inside of .NET 3.5. As you’d anticipate of a contemporary program framework, .NET 3.5 has large help for XML in every thing from information entry to configuration, from uncooked parsing to code documentation. This booklet demystifies all of this. It explains the fundamentals of XML in addition to the namespaces and items you must understand with the intention to paintings successfully with XML. you will discover transparent, useful examples that illustrate top practices in motion. With this e-book, you’ll study every little thing you want to comprehend from the fundamentals of interpreting and writing XML facts to utilizing the DOM, from LINQ and SQL Server integration to cleaning soap and net services.
What you’ll learn
- the fundamentals of XML in .NET 3.5
- Validating and reworking XML
- utilizing XML with LINQ
- Integrating with ADO.NET, SQL Server, and WCF
- Configuring the .NET Framework with XML
Who is that this ebook for?
Developers eager to use XML within the .NET Framework
About the Apress starting Series
The starting sequence from Apress is the suitable option to get the knowledge you must land that an important entry–level task. those books will educate you a typical and demanding expertise from the floor up simply because they're explicitly designed to take you from “novice to professional.” You’ll commence your trip by means of seeing what you want to know—but with out unnecessary thought and filler. You’ll construct your ability set via studying tips to prepare real–world initiatives step-by-step. So no matter if your aim is your subsequent profession problem or a brand new studying chance, the start sequence from Apress will take you there—it is your depended on advisor via unexpected territory!

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I will not go into the details of the DTD here, but suffice it to say that the ATTLIST section defines an attribute called employeeid for the element. More important, the employeeid attribute is marked as the ID and is also a REQUIRED attribute. This is how the XmlDocument class knows which attribute of an element is acting as an ID. If you look at the source code of the application, you will see a form-level variable of type XmlDocument called doc: XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument(); The Load event handler of the form bears the code shown in Listing 2-7.

In our application, the tag is specified in textBox1. As mentioned earlier, the return value of the GetElementByTagName() method is of type XmlNodeList. The XmlNodeList class stores the collection of XmlNode objects. The code then iterates through the returned XmlNodeList and adds each node name into the list box. The user can select any of the nodes displayed in the list box. In order to show the contents of the selected node, the code handles the SelectedIndexChanged event of the list box. Inside the SelectedIndexChanged event handler, the selected node is retrieved from the XmlNodeList we stored previously.


This is the starting point. This parameter receives command line arguments. You can now apply an Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) style sheet to the preceding XML file to get HTML documentation out of it. NET F RAME WO RK SQL Server XML Features SQL Server is one of the most powerful database engines used today. NET Framework. Naturally, you can expect good XML support in the product. SQL Server provides some extensions to the SELECT statement, such as FOR XML, AUTO, EXPLICIT, PATH, and RAW, that return the requested data in XML form.

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