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Posted by Barend Garvelink at 16:52 on Tuesday 25 September    Add 'Public ID’s, URL’s, URI’s, URN’s… waar staat die XSD nou?' site to delicious  Add 'Public ID’s, URL’s, URI’s, URN’s… waar staat die XSD nou?' site to technorati  Add 'Public ID’s, URL’s, URI’s, URN’s… waar staat die XSD nou?' site to digg  Add 'Public ID’s, URL’s, URI’s, URN’s… waar staat die XSD nou?' site to dzone

Op de website van JAXB kwam ik een link tegen naar een tutorial getiteld XML Entity and URI Resolvers. Hierin staat haarfijn op een rijtje hoe het nou zit met alle verschillende manieren die je hebt om een XML namespace te identificeren.

De Public (-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.1.2//EN) is uit zwang, maar kom je bij DTD’s nog veel tegen. De URI en de URL kennen dezelfde syntax maar verschillen in betekenis. De URN tenslotte is een beetje een buitenbeentje maar niet minder nuttig. Een en ander staat formeel beschreven in RFC 3986.

Het genoemde artikeltje behandelt de verschillende namespace ID’s, en behandelt bovendien de OASIS XML Catalog en de Resolver classes die je in de bekende Java XML API’s tegenkomt. Met deze systemen kan een, zegmaar, "abstracte" id worden herleid tot een bestand op een bekende locatie.

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Posted by Barend Garvelink at 10:26 on Tuesday 4 September    Add 'JSON output using JAXB' site to delicious  Add 'JSON output using JAXB' site to technorati  Add 'JSON output using JAXB' site to digg  Add 'JSON output using JAXB' site to dzone

On the Sun web services blogs, Japod has posted a little sample demonstrating how to use JAXB to support output in both XML and JSON.

Json_representation_of_jaxb_object @ sun blogs

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 10:09 on Wednesday 21 February    Add 'XML and Java technology: What’s XML really good for?' site to delicious  Add 'XML and Java technology: What’s XML really good for?' site to technorati  Add 'XML and Java technology: What’s XML really good for?' site to digg  Add 'XML and Java technology: What’s XML really good for?' site to dzone

“It’s no secret that XML continues to be one of the most popular technologies that’s shown up in the last ten years. But what is XML really good for? Is it useful for configuration data? For data exchange? As a medium for data storage? What is XML really good for? This article offers food for thought and encourages you to share your thoughts on the subject.” by Brett D. McLaughlin, Sr.

[developerworks]

Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 9:01 on Wednesday 22 November    Add 'XML Signature with JSR-105 in Java SE 6' site to delicious  Add 'XML Signature with JSR-105 in Java SE 6' site to technorati  Add 'XML Signature with JSR-105 in Java SE 6' site to digg  Add 'XML Signature with JSR-105 in Java SE 6' site to dzone

XML Signature technology, specified in the W3C recommendation, XML-Signature Syntax and Processing, is at the foundation for solutions of message level-security in SOA. The universally adopted OASIS standard WS-Security is built upon this technology (and XML encryption). JSR-105 standardizes XML Signature technology for the Java platform, and will be part of the forthcoming Java SE 6 release. This article provides an introduction to JSR-105 based on the release candidate version of SE 6.

Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 9:20 on Friday 3 November    Add 'XML Manipulation using XMLTask' site to delicious  Add 'XML Manipulation using XMLTask' site to technorati  Add 'XML Manipulation using XMLTask' site to digg  Add 'XML Manipulation using XMLTask' site to dzone

XMLTask is an external task for the popular build tool Ant that permits complex manipulations of XML in a simple and consistent fashion, without having to deal with XML style sheets (XSL). XMLTask can be used for many common tasks that developers face, including manipulating J2EE and Spring descriptors, creating XHTML websites, and driving workflows via XML configuration files.

Read more on java.net.

Posted by Ruud Steeghs at 10:05 on Wednesday 25 October    Add 'Converting XML to spreadsheet, and vice versa' site to delicious  Add 'Converting XML to spreadsheet, and vice versa' site to technorati  Add 'Converting XML to spreadsheet, and vice versa' site to digg  Add 'Converting XML to spreadsheet, and vice versa' site to dzone

In this article, an excerpt from “Pro XML Development with Java Technology” (Apress, September 2006), you’ll employ the Jakarta POI project’s HSSF API to translate XML into an Excel spreadsheet and then covert the spreadsheet format to an XML document.

Posted by Eric Gunnewegh at 8:25 on Tuesday 25 July    Add 'Introduction to StAX' site to delicious  Add 'Introduction to StAX' site to technorati  Add 'Introduction to StAX' site to digg  Add 'Introduction to StAX' site to dzone

Processing XML documents has become a critical and integral part of most applications being developed today. Depending on different environments, there are various ways to process an XML document within a program. All these can be broadly categorized into two approaches:

1) Tree-based APIs: DOM (Document Object Model) implementations use this technique.

2) Event-based APIs: When this type of a parser is given some XML to process, it sends out events corresponding to the information items it finds.

JSR-173 offers the Streaming API for XML, StAX, which allows the client much more control and a more sensible approach to XML parsing.

Posted by Ruud Steeghs at 19:41 on Monday 26 June    Add 'Java-XML mapping made easy with JAXB 2.0' site to delicious  Add 'Java-XML mapping made easy with JAXB 2.0' site to technorati  Add 'Java-XML mapping made easy with JAXB 2.0' site to digg  Add 'Java-XML mapping made easy with JAXB 2.0' site to dzone

The new Java Architecture for XML Binding makes it easy to incorporate XML data and processing into Java applications.
Do you need a way to manipulate XML documents within Java simply by using ordinary Java classes, and without the headaches of the Document Object Model and the Simple API for XML Processing? JAXB 2.0 could be the answer. The Java Architecture for XML Binding provides a simple and convenient way to map XML schemas to Java classes, so developers can process XML data within their Java applications, without an in-depth knowledge of XML.JavaWorld

Posted by Ruud Steeghs at 15:50 on Friday 23 June    Add 'Making the Most of JDBC with WebRowSet' site to delicious  Add 'Making the Most of JDBC with WebRowSet' site to technorati  Add 'Making the Most of JDBC with WebRowSet' site to digg  Add 'Making the Most of JDBC with WebRowSet' site to dzone

Database to XML and back again. If everyone’s doing some or all of this, then shouldn’t we write it once, get it right, and standardize? JDBC 3.0′s WebRowSet offers a profound increase in power over the old ResultSet. Sharad Acharya shows you what’s possible.

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 11:27 on Saturday 16 April    Add 'Hibernate 3 Adds XML-Relational Persistence' site to delicious  Add 'Hibernate 3 Adds XML-Relational Persistence' site to technorati  Add 'Hibernate 3 Adds XML-Relational Persistence' site to digg  Add 'Hibernate 3 Adds XML-Relational Persistence' site to dzone

Thanks to the XML persistence features in the recently released Hibernate 3, Java developers now have a framework that provides an efficient and consistent method for effortless OR and XML persistence. [devx.com]


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