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Beginning XML with C# 2008 - From Novice to Professional

Beginning XML with C# 2008 - From Novice to Professional

of: Bipin Joshi

Apress, 2008

ISBN: 9781430209980 , 600 Pages

Format: PDF, Read online

Copy protection: DRM

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Beginning XML with C# 2008 - From Novice to Professional


 

Contents at a Glance

5

Contents

6

About the Author

14

About the Technical Reviewer

15

Acknowledgments

16

Introduction

17

Who Is This Book For?

17

Software Required

17

Structure of This Book

17

Downloading the Source Code

18

Contacting the Author

18

Introducing XML and the . NET Framework

19

What Is XML?

19

Rules of XML Grammar

23

DTDs and XML Schemas

25

Parsing XML Documents

25

XSLT

26

XPath

27

The . NET Framework

28

. NET and XML

29

Working with Visual Studio

39

Summary

46

Manipulating XML Documents by Using the Document Object Model

47

Using the DOM Parser

47

Knowing When to Use DOM

49

A Sample XML Document

50

Opening an Existing XML Document for Parsing

51

Navigating Through an XML Document

53

Looking for Specific Elements and Nodes

54

Modifying XML Documents

62

Dealing with White Space

70

Dealing with Namespaces

73

Understanding Events of the XmlDocument Class

75

Summary

78

Reading and Writing XML Documents

79

What Are XML Readers and Writers?

79

When to Use Readers and Writers

80

Reader Classes

80

Reading Documents by Using XmlTextReader

81

Moving Between Elements

87

Moving Between Attributes

90

Reading Content

91

Writing XML Documents

92

Dealing with Nontextual Data

103

Summary

107

Accessing XML Documents by Using the XPath Data Model

108

Overview of XPath

108

The XPath Data Model

112

Summary

135

Validating XML Documents

136

Providing Structure for XML Documents

136

Creating Structure for an XML Document

137

Creating Schemas by Using the Schema Object Model ( SOM)

154

Validating XML Documents Against DTDs and XSD Schemas

163

Summary

173

Transforming XML with XSLT

175

Overview of XSLT

175

The XslCompiledTransform Class

187

Summary

200

XML in ADO.NET

201

Overview of ADO. NET Architecture

201

XML and Connected Data Access

206

XML and Disconnected Data Access

209

Creating a Typed DataSet

234

The XmlDataDocument Class

240

Summary

244

XML Serialization

245

Understanding the Flavors of Serialization

246

Serializing and Deserializing Objects by Using XML Format

247

Serializing Data in SOAP Format

271

Summary

278

XML Web Services

279

What Are Web Services?

279

Creating and Consuming Web Services

280

Understanding SOAP

299

Understanding the WSDL Document

305

Summary

310

XML in SQL Server

311

Using XML Extensions to the SELECT Statement

311

Using OPENXML

320

Using SQLXML Features

322

The XML Data Type

337

Native Web Services

342

Summary

347

Use of XML in the . NET Framework

348

Understanding Remoting

348

Using XML in ASP. NET

361

Working with Site Maps

380

Using the XML Control

384

Using the . NET Framework Configuration System

387

Documenting XML Code

409

Summary

417

Creating Services by Using Windows Communication Foundation

418

Understanding WCF Vocabulary

419

Creating and Consuming a WCF Service

419

Understanding the Role of XML in WCF Services

433

Summary

434

Working with LINQ to XML

435

Overview of LINQ Technology

435

Summary

470

Creating Custom XmlReader and XmlWriter Classes

471

Creating a Custom Implementation of XmlReader

471

Creating a Custom XmlWriter

484

Summary

494

Case Study: A Web Service– Driven Shopping Cart

495

Creating the Database

495

Creating the Web Service

497

Creating the Shopping Cart

505

Testing the Website

514

Resources

517

Index

519