XML Parser for Java Version 3.1.1 Release (XML4J-3_1_1) is now available
This release contains public and stable support of the DOM Level 1, and SAX
Level 1 specifications. It also contains implementations of the DOM Level
2, SAX Level 2 implementations, and partial April 7 W3C Schema
implementations but these are considered experimental, as the
specifications themselves are still subject to change.
XML4J-3_1_1 contains a number of optimizations designed to improve
performance as compared with XML4J-3_1_0. It is also more robust with
regard to thread safety. In all other respects, XML4J-3_1_1 behaves like
Web Services Tutorial - Free
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Applying Web services to the ASP environment
This article offers a brief introduction to the architectural principles
underlying Web services, as well as some of the technologies that support
them. This article primarily presents an example of how Web services can be
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allies in the ongoing turf war over B2B standards. Offering a new set of
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WSDL processing with XSLT
This article shows ways of using Extensible Stylesheet Language for
Transforms (XSLT) to process WSDL in various ways. Familiarity with XSLT
and Resource Description Framework (RDF) are required. Resources
introducing XSLT are provided.