|Author: DotNetLearner 02 Feb 2012||Member Level: Silver Points : 0|
|Hello Mr. Srivastava,|
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|Author: ketan Italiya 24 Sep 2013||Member Level: Gold Points : 2|
|XML is designed to transport and store data.Data can stored separate xml files.|
suppose you developing a mail send application that time you can store the your (UserId,Password, portno, and domain etc)... in xml file.
and read these entity to xml files because these entities are fixed your application.
|Author: ketan Italiya 24 Sep 2013||Member Level: Gold Points : 6|
The System.Xml namespace provides a rich set of classes for processing XML data. The commonly used classes for working with XML data are:
XmlTextReader: Provides forward only access to a stream of XML data and checks whether or not an XML document is well formed. This class neither creates as in-memory structure nor validates the XML document against the DTD. You can declare an object of the XmlTextReader class by including the System.Xml namespace in the application. The syntax to declare an object of this class is as follows:
XmlTextReader reader = new XmlTextReader("XML1.xml");
It is important to note that the .xml file you pass as an argument to the constructor of the XmlTextReader class exists in the \WINNT\System32 folder.
XmlTextWriter: Provides forward only way of generating streams or files containing XML data that conforms to W3C XML 1.0. If you want to declare an object of the XmlTextWriter class, you must include the System.Xml. The syntax to decare an object of this class is as follows:
XmlTextWriter writer = new XmlTextWriter(Response.Output);
Here Response.Output represents an outgoing HTTP response stream to which you want to send the XML data.
XmlDocument: Provides navigating and edinting features of the nodes in an XML document tree. XmlDocument is the most frequently used class in ASP.NET applications that use XML documents. It also supports W3C XML DOM. XML DOM is an in-memory representation of an XML document. It represents data in the form of hierarchically organized object nodes and allows you to programmatically access and manipulate the elements and attributes present in an XML document.
XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
XmlDataDocument: Provides support for XML and relational data in W3C XML DOM. You can use this class with a dataset to provide relational and non-relational views of the same set of data. This class is primarily used when you want to access the functions of ADO.NET.
|Author: Phagu Mahato 13 Dec 2013||Member Level: Diamond Points : 8|
|XML stands for extensible Markup Language.XML is designed to transport and store data .XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a flexible way to create common information formats and share both the format and the data on the World Wide Web, intranets, and elsewhere. For example, computer makers might agree on a standard or common way to describe the information about a computer product (processor speed, memory size, and so forth) and then describe the product information format with XML. Such a standard way of describing data would enable a user to send an intelligent agent (a program) to each computer maker's Web site, gather data, and then make a valid comparison. XML can be used by any individual or group of individuals or companies that wants to share information in a consistent way.|
WSDL for describing available web services.Features of XML.
WAP and WML as markup languages for handheld devices
RSS languages for news feeds
XML tags are not predefined. You must define your own tags
XML is designed to be self-descriptive
XML is a W3C Recommendation
RDF and OWL for describing resources and ontology
SMIL for describing multimedia for the web
XML is a markup language much like HTML
XML was designed to carry data, not to display data