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    1. XPath Tutorial
    In this tutorial, selected XPath features are demonstrated with many examples and pictures which can be downloaded for off-line use.
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    2. DTD Tutorial
    DTD is described in XML 1.0 standard. In this tutorial basic DTD features are demonstrated on many examples which can be downloaded for off-line use.
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    3. How to use XLink with XML
    XLink, an XML-related specification, lets you achieve dramatic linking effects in your XML documents. In this short tip learn how to include parts of other XML documents in your own XML through XLink. The code example demonstrates the technique.
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    4. Using XML Schema archetypes and XSLT style sheets to simplify your code
    This column demonstrates how to use XML Schema archetyping (and style sheets) to control styling of data for various presentation modes. Ten code samples in XML, XML Schema, and XSLT show how the techniques work to reduce code bulk and simplify maintenance.
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    5. Decoding XML and the DTD
    This introductory article shows how to create XML Document Type Definitions (DTDs) and well-formed, well-defined XML files that can be validated by the XML parser of your choice. While you don't have to include a DTD with every XML file you produce, doing so will make your life a lot easier. Not only will a DTD enforce the syntax you've established for your XML files, it will also allow your files to be parsed by a validating XML parser. Code samples include DTD and XML document examples.
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    6. Tailoring Content Using XML and XSL
    This paper will identify XML and XSLT as ideal tools for separating content and presentation, and show how these technologies can be used to overcome the inherent difficulties associated with the presentation of data to devices with limited capabilities.
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    7. Build XML Data-Driven Web Solutions
    Learn how to build live XML data-driven Web solutions by editing and presenting live XML data on the Web, making the data available for easy, wide consumption. See how you can create Web pages with live views on XML data from a range of data sources including XML data from Office documents, spreadsheets, and XML forms, XML from OLEDB databases, XML Web services, and data from SharePoint lists, and doc libraries.
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    8. Using XSLT for content management
    This is the first installment of 'Working XML', a column with companion project code that demonstrates the evolution of full-fledged XML applications. This column introduces XM (XSLT Make), a simple and affordable Web publishing content-management solution that takes advantage of XML and XSLT. Code samples show the development of a wrapper for the XSLT to make it easy for a nonprogrammer to use. XM project code is available by link.
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    9. Interactive SQL Server & XML Online Tutorial
    This tutorial will show you the different methods of retrieving XML from SQL Server, how to control how the data is returned, and then discuss how to navigate through the returned results. You will also learn ways of viewing SQL Server tables from an XML perspective. From there you¡¯ll learn how to load data into SQL Server using XML natively, including real-time over HTTP.
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    10. Unifying Tables, Objects and Documents
    This paper proposes a number of type-system and language extensions to natively support relational and hierarchical data within a statically typed object-oriented setting. In our approach SQL tables and XML documents become first class citizens that benefit from the full range of features available in a modern programming language like C# or Java. This allows objects, tables and documents to be constructed, loaded, passed, transformed, updated, and queried in a unified and type-safe manner.
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