Understanding XML Server

Written by Balaji B

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FDX XML Server is another XML Server available inrepparttar market. This product is created by Snapbridge. This server is also used to create and deploy sophisticated XML applications. XSL, XSLT and scripts are supported in this server so that data can be transformed to any format requested byrepparttar 149796 user or any other application.

Sonic XML Server is another product from Sonic software which is built uponrepparttar 149797 native XML processing engine. This helps in pipelined processing of XML documents which eliminatesrepparttar 149798 need for generating intermediate xml text file for processing. This improvesrepparttar 149799 speed ofrepparttar 149800 transaction dramatically.

This pipelined processing ofrepparttar 149801 document helps in very large and complex processing tasks to improverepparttar 149802 speed of those tasks. The in-built engine inrepparttar 149803 Sonic XML Server enables a user to store any size of XML document in it and to query, retrieve and update that data.

We have seen that an XML Server is any server that gives an XML document as an output so thatrepparttar 149804 other applications can use it for processing. The document can be delivered in any format using XSL and XSLT engines. It is possible for us to write some code in ASP which will serve an XML document torepparttar 149805 user when they view that ASP page. We can store this code in a web server and this code can be said to be a very simple XML Server since it servesrepparttar 149806 user with an XML document. Go throughrepparttar 149807 code given below:

<% response.ContentType="text/xml" response.Write("") response.Write("") response.Write("Developing an XML Server") response.Write("Its You") response.Write("The book outlinesrepparttar 149808 steps involved in developing an XML Web Server") response.Write("") %>

Saverepparttar 149809 above code in your web server as book.asp and store it inrepparttar 149810 same directory where you stored your other web pages. Then view that page inrepparttar 149811 browser to see an XML document in display. Inrepparttar 149812 above code you may note thatrepparttar 149813 content type forrepparttar 149814 page is set to “text/xml”. This is whyrepparttar 149815 output is displayed as XML file. You may develop a little more complex program to retrieve data from a database and generate an XML document fromrepparttar 149816 data retrieved fromrepparttar 149817 database. Thus you can start developing your own XML web server.

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Buying a Satellite Navigation (Satnav) system for your car

Written by Paul K Davies

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Weather Another feature that is becoming increasingly available isrepparttar weather for a location. The system will tell yourepparttar 149723 weather at a certain location onrepparttar 149724 map i.e. at that beach location you are planning to visit.

When you want to plan a journey you will need to enterrepparttar 149725 start and end destination, this can be done in a number of ways,repparttar 149726 city, street and house number. The street intersections,repparttar 149727 post codes and a location chosen onrepparttar 149728 on screen map. The start can be done inrepparttar 149729 same way withrepparttar 149730 addition ofrepparttar 149731 present location asrepparttar 149732 starting point (rememberrepparttar 149733 unit knows where you are). There are then itinerary or way points, these allow you to program destinations alongrepparttar 149734 way. Finally you are usually presented with choices of routes with choices like, Fastest Route, Shortest Route, Scenic Route, Avoid Motorways etc some haverepparttar 149735 choice to avoid toll charges.

Fitting The units can be fitted intorepparttar 149736 car in a number of ways butrepparttar 149737 2 most popular ways are with a mounting bracket that has a strong suction cup that sticks torepparttar 149738 windscreen. The second way is a bracket that fixed torepparttar 149739 cars air vents, this method can be very good but required a fixing for each type of car. The unit is then fitted torepparttar 149740 brackets and adjusted torepparttar 149741 best viewing angle.

There are dozens of systems available now with a variety of choices ofrepparttar 149742 options available. You need to choose which ofrepparttar 149743 above options are important to you and then chooserepparttar 149744 until that best suits you or suits you price range.

You can see a large variety of different units at different costs at my favourite comparason site www.wangled.co.uk just type in "Mobile GPS"

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