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DataDirect XQuery wants you to learn more about how you can get software to work for you. So, we've put together numerous pages that provide a comprehensive set of XML tools and features for working with XML, XQuery, SQL/XML, Web services, XML publishing, and many other XML technologies. Explore the links below and learn everything there is to know about XML.
General-purpose XML editing tools are very important when working with XML documents. That's why we've compiled a list of XML Samples that will help you with XML editing views, Sense:X, Integrated XML Validator, XML differencing, and much more.
Easily extend your XQuery applications to access any data source (relational, EDI, flat files, etc.) in a standards-based way. This examples section provides knowledgeable descriptions pertaining to XQuery editing, XQuery mapping, XQuery debugging, XQuery Profiling, and deploying XQuery applications.
XSL Development, including XSL debugging, XSL mapping, XSL profiling, visual HTML-to-XSL stylesheet design, XSL:FO, and much more, is quite comprehnsive. So, in an effort to simplify XSL development, we've provided these XSL examples.
Drastically simplify your next data integration project by following these EDI Examples. Learn to use EDI integration tools for converting, mapping and deploying advanced XML data integration applications which involve read/write access to legacy EDIFACT and X12 data sources.
XML Pipeline Examples let you model your entire XML application instead of just individual pieces — use them to learn to design, edit, debug and deploy advanced XML data service applications using powerful grapical tools.
Visually design beautiful XML reports. XML Publishing Examples teach you to use XSL:FO, XQuery and XSLT technologies to generate
PDF or HTML output from any data source. You can also watch a brief online video demonstration and see for yourself how easy it is to design professional-looking reports.
With XML Schema Examples, you can read about new support for visual XML Schema editing, conversion, validation, XSD documentation generation, and other XSD utilities. Select from numerous topics to learn more about advanced support for XML Schema development.
In the following XSL-FO examples you will learn what XSL Formatting Objects (XSL:FO) is all about, and how to use XSL:FO tools to create advanced document layouts and formatting styles to pretty-up your XML documents for use in single source publishing, multi-channel publishing and other content management applications.
With these DTD Examples, you can learn more about features for working with DTD, including a visual DTD editor, integrated DTD validator, and various DTD generation utilities.
XPath Examples will help you to utilize a collection of powerful XPath tools and utilities including an XPath Analyzer, XPath Parser and an XPath Generator to simplify creating and debugging of complex XPath expressions.
The inclosed Web Services Examples support Web Service Development via a Web Service Call Composer, UDDI Registry Browser, and other tools that make it easy to find, test, and use Web services. Build advanced Web service applications with Web Service Call Composer.
With XML Mapping Examples, learn to visually map from XML-to-XML, relational database-to-XML, Web service data-to-XML, and much more! When comes to running your XML mappings in your live application code, check out our XML Converters.
XML Conversion Examples discuss the utilization of tools such as Convert to XML - a powerful new utility for visually converting - and numerous other tools for importing and exporting XML data from databases, or other data sources.
Java and XML Examples help you to build XML-enabled Java applications using JSP Editor, XML-Java debugger, and more. The examples also discuss support for various Java-related XML technologies.
Read the enclosed XHTML Examples to find out more about how thousands of Web developers and Web Designers use XML tools to easily create XML-data driven Web sites based on XML and XHTML technologies!
Use these Microsoft and XML Examples to build XML-enabled Microsoft applications with MSXML, Microsoft .NET XML (System.XML), SQL Server 2000, and other XML-enabled products and APIs. You can also learn more about our support for various Microsoft-related XML technologies.