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Tag archives for xml

Java : Web Service : Tracing XML requests/responses with JAX-WS
Hi, Following options enable logging of all communication to the console. Set these options in the code, as command line parameter using -D or as environment variable: Best regards, Huseyin ...more»
CSharp/C# : Generate Custom Types from XSD file, XmlSerializer, XML Validation
Hi, A post with concrete examples concerning the generation of Types/POJO from a XSD file, the serialization of these objects/POJO to XML and finally the validation of XML with XSD. Generate Custom Types from XSD file XSD file myXsdFile.xsd:   CSharp sources and types generator: //....     After execution, a CSharp file MyCustomTypes.cs containing all types of XSD file is generated:       Serialization of objects to XML Instantiation of POJO objects ...more»
Documentum, Java : xml, xdql
Hi, Just a simple post concerning a useful functionality provided by Documentum in com.documentum.xml.xdql DFC package. As you would see in my previous post http://www.javablog.fr/xstream-presentation-serialization-deserialization-xml.html, there is another solutions/frameworks like Xstream for the serialization and deserialization of XML in Java applications. This package com.documentum.xml.xdql contains only the Interface IDfXmlQuery. This interface provides functionality for running queries against a repository, returning the results as ...more»
Java/XML: Validating XML with DTD (Document Type Definition) or XSD (XML Schema Definition) with JAXP (SAX, DOM)
After, my post concerning the XML parsing with JAXP (SAX and DOM APIs), here, I would present simple examples of validation XML stream with the JAXP (Java APIs for XML Processing) API which is a common interface for creating, parsing and manipulating XML documents using the standard SAX, DOM and XSLTs. 1. XML Validating XML has become indispensable in Information Systems Architectures ...more»
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