XML and ASP.NET by Kirk Allen Evans

By Kirk Allen Evans

XML and ASP.NET is a wonderful and complete source that gives severe ASP.NET builders the information and instruments had to construct XML purposes and internet providers with ASP.NET. It covers quite a lot of applied sciences together with MSXML, WAP, WML, Schemas, ADO.NET, SQLXML, DOM, SAX, and XSLT. As an implementation booklet, the reader is supplied with plenty of functional resource code and very beneficial real-world case reviews that tie jointly the entire classes reinforcing every thing the reader has realized. This booklet is a must-have for any developer seeking to leverage XML of their functions!

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W+)*"/> After the type is properly defined in the schema, you can declare an element or attribute to use the simple type: 46 Part I: XML on the Client Part I: XML on the Client 47 By breaking the definition of the simple type apart from the rest of the document, you can reuse the definition of an email address throughout your document. Simple Type Facets In the previous email example, a regular expression was used to validate what an email address should look like.

The next line declares the root element, SITES, using the DOCTYPE keyword. The DOCTYPE is part of the document's prolog, so it appears before the XML body content. Remember that an XML document can have one, and only one, root node so that the root node is associated with the DOCTYPE definition. The following line declares an element as a child of the SITES node. ) declares that the element appears only zero or one time(s). > This is because the LINKS element can occur zero times or one time, but cannot occur more than once.

The recommendation specifies the markup to be mixed="true". Names and Anonymous Types Throughout this chapter, both anonymous types and named types have been used without a real explanation of the difference. The reason is because it is fairly intuitive when you are reading a schema, but can be confusing when you sit down for the first time to manually code a schema. A named type is declared with the name attribute and can be referenced using its name. 2. org/2001/XMLSchema" attributeFormDefault="qualified" elementFormDefault="qualified"> The types emailType and customerType are examples of named types.

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