Category Archive for: Manipulating XML

Serializing Objects in XML

Serializing the process of persisting an object to disk, Another part of your application, or even a separate application, can deserialize the object and it will be in the same state it was in prior to serialization. The .NET Framework includes a couple of ways to do this, This section looks at the ·System.Xml.Serialization namespace, which contains classes…

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XMLis the glue that binds AOO.NET to the rest of the:world. ADO.NET was designed from the ground up to work within the XMLenvironment. XMLis used to transfer the data to and from the data store and the applition or Web page. BecauseADO.NET uses XMLas the traIljpOrt in remoting scenarios, data can be exchanged with applications and systems that…

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Using XPath Navigators

An XPathNavigator is used to select, iterate, and sometimes edit data from an XMLdocument,  An XPathNavigator can be created from an xmlDocument to allow editing capabilities or from an XPathDocument for read-only use. Because the XPathDocument is read-only, it performs very well, Unlike the xmlReader, the xpathNaviga~or isn’t a streaming model, so the same document can be used without…

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Using the DOM In .NET

The DOM implementation in .NET supports the W3C DOM Levell and Core OOM Level 2 specifications. The DOM is implemented through the XmINodeclass, which is an abstract class that represents a node of an XML document. There is also an XmINodeList class, which is an ordered list of nodes. This is a live list of nodes, and…

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XML Standards Support in .NET

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)has developed a set of standards that give XML its power and potential, Without these standards, XML would not have the impact on the development world that it does. The W3C Web site (www.w3.erg) is a valuable source for all things XML. The .NET Framework supports the following W3C standards: XML 1.0…

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Manipulating XML

XML plays a significant role in the .NET Framework. Not only does the .NET Framework allow you to use XML in your application, but the .NET Framework itself uses XML for configuration files and source code documentation, as do Soap, Web services, and ADO. NET, to name just a few. To accommodate this extensive use of XML, the…

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