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   XML4C++ 3.0.1 & XML Lightweight Extractor

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  • From: ssdhanoa@us.ibm.com
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2000 12:18:58 -0700

Writing a data type checking XML parser with Xerces
Data type checking -- one of the most eagerly awaited
W3C Schema features -- is now available with the Apache XML
project's Xerces parser. Learn how to put this parser to work in
your XML Java applications.


Code XML data islands in Web pages
Author Carol Jones shows you how to break away from
straight HTML by using Java Server Pages to insert
islands of XML data into your Web pages.


New Technology from alphaWorks

XML Lightweight Extractor
The XML access service Lightweight Extractor (XLE) extracts data from the
database, and converts and assembles the data into XML documents.

Updated Technology from alphaWorks

XML for C++ Version 3.0.1
IBM's XML for C++ parser (XML4C) is a validating XML parser written in a
portable subset of C++.

Update / New Features
New update for XML4C++ Version 3.0.1 contains Port to Solaris and
DOMMemTest added.

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