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Colin Maunder
Download DataBindingAndWebService - 26.41 KB Introduction Its good practice to design the interface to a web service by applying the same standards that would normally be applied to an XML Schema. It should be versioned, extensible and be well structured allowing for good reuse. Background Within a Web Service all the messages are described using an ......

I recently had put a DTD parser together, there are a few open source ones out there but only for perl, java and C++, and our target platform is C#, so I had to start over. I initially thought the parser would be pretty straight forward, until I hit upon a little jem in the DTD standard that allows for text substitution. This puts a whole new complexion ......

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We've been doing some work with FpML (Financial Products Markup Language) which is an XML standard for describing trades between investment banks, swaps, futures etc. Its a complicated standard in the form of an XSD (XML Schema). So producing XML that is valid against the FpML schema is not entirely straight forward. The best approach we found was to ......

Our company has a pretty wide mix of systems Windows mostly VB & .Net and Solaris Java & C++. Standards without standards. Our company’s standard for interoperability is web services, however that’s more or less where standardisation stopped. The protocols and general design of the web services is down to the individual teams. On the whole the ......

I've just spent that last week building a translator, allowing us to convert a new customers catalogue data into a form our sales system can cope with. Luckily the source data was XML, so it was already in a form I could use, but there was no schema, and the structure was a bit flaky in places. I started off trying to read through the data, but the ......

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