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Xalan processor: 14.2.2. XSLT from a Servlet
Xerces parser: 3.1.1. Obtaining a Parser
XLink: 16.1. XLink
xlink\:actuate: 16.1. XLink
xlink\:href attribute: 16.1. XLink
xlink\:show attribute: 16.1. XLink
xlink\:type attribute: 16.1. XLink
XML 1.0 Recommendation: 2.1. The Basics
XML-based applications: 1.2.3. XML-Based Applications
XML declarations
DOM Level 3: 6.4.1. The XML Declaration
DOM Level 2, lack of exposure in: 5.2.3.3. Working with nodes
XML documents: 2.1.1. XML 1.0
content, manipulation via data binding: 15.1. First Principles
DTD: 2.2.1. DTDs
graphical tree, viewing as: 3.2.1. Instantiating a Reader
locator: 3.3.1. The Document Locator
parsing: 3. SAX
parse( ): 3.2.2. Parsing the Document
system ID: 3.2.3. Using an InputSource
validation: 1.3.2. A Parser
contrasted with processing of DTDs: 4.1.2.1. Validation
validity: 2.1.1.2. Elements
well-formed: 2.1.1.2. Elements
XML (Extensible Markup Language): 1.1. XML Matters
2. Nuts and Bolts
browser-dependent styling: 10.3.3. Browser-Dependent Styling
business-to-business real world model: 14. Content Syndication
constraints: 2.2. Constraints
data binding: 1.2.2. High-Level APIs
15. Data Binding
Zeus: 15.3. Zeus
data sharing, applications and companies: 14. Content Syndication
document fragments, working with: 14.1.2. Entering the Books
elements: 2.1.1.2. Elements
naming: 3.3.5. Element Callbacks
errors involving version of: 3.4.4. Breaking the Data
files, viewing as HTML: 10.3.1. Viewing XML Converted to HTML
HTML forms, data generation from: 14.1.2. Entering the Books
identifying with namespaces: 2.1.2. Namespaces
interoperability: 1.1.2. Interoperability
13.1. Web Services
Java, and, future developments: 16. Looking Forward
messaging: 13.4.1. A Messaging Service
namespace declarations, WML: 10.3.4. WAP and XML
namespaces: 2.1.2. Namespaces
OÕReilly publications about: 2. Nuts and Bolts
PDF files, conversion to: 10.3.2. Viewing PDFs from XML
Perl CGI scripts, outputting from: 14.1.2. Entering the Books
portability: 1.1.1. Portability
recent developments: 0. Preface
related technologies: 2.4. And More...
RSS, conversion to using JDOM: 14.3.2. Creating an XML RSS Document
standardization: 1.1.1. Portability
transformations: 9.3.2.2. Transforming XML
versions: 0.3. Software and Versions
web publishing framework: 10. Web Publishing Frameworks
XML Schema bindings: 16.3. XML Schema Bindings
XPointer references, document using: 16.2. XPointer
XML parser classes: 3.1.1. Obtaining a Parser
XML parsers: 1.3.2. A Parser
DOM, and: 5.1.1. Language Bindings
DOM features, verifying support: 6.3.1. Branching Out
online sources: 1.3.2. A Parser
XML-RPC: 1.2.3. XML-Based Applications
11. XML-RPC
advantages: 11.1.3. XML-RPC
client application: 11.2.4. Writing the Client
handler class: 11.2.2. Writing the Handler
handlers: 11.3.1. A Shared Handler
ÕHello, WorldÕ: 11.2. Saying Hello
HTTP listener, creating: 11.2.3. Writing the Server
invocation: 12.1.3. Invocation
Java datatypes, supported: 11.2.2. Writing the Handler
libraries: 11.2.1. XML-RPC Libraries
SAX 2.0, lack of support for: 11.2.3. Writing the Server
server classes: 11.3. Putting the Load on the Server
configuration: 11.3.2. A Configurable Server
port conflicts: 11.3.4. Talk to Me (Again)
sorting method: 11.3.1. A Shared Handler
server, loading: 11.2.3. Writing the Server
servlets, compared to: 11.4.3. To Servlet or Not To Servlet
XML, and: 11.4.1. Where's the XML in XML-RPC?
XML Schema: 2.2.2. XML Schema
Castor, classes, generating with: 15.2.2. Source Generation
purchase order (PO) document: 13.4.1. A Messaging Service
schema specification, similarity to namespace declarations: 2.1.2. Namespaces
schemaLocation attribute: 2.1.2. Namespaces
SOAP, integration in: 12.1.2. Encoding
xml-string property: 4.1.2.4. DOM nodes and literal strings
XML transformations: 2.3. Transformations
9.3.2. The TrAX API
XMLFilter class: 4.3.1. XMLFilters
A.1.1.16. XMLFilter
XMLFilterImpl class: 4.3.1. XMLFilters
A.1.3.8. XMLFilterImpl
XMLOutputter: 7.1.3. Input and Output
A.4.4. Package: org.jdom.output
namespace declarations: 8.1.3. The Namespace Class
XMLOutputter class: 7.2.4. Outputting XML with JDOM
7.2.4. Outputting XML with JDOM
XMLProperties class: 7.3. XMLProperties
incompatible versions: 7.3.3. Taking a Test Drive
skeleton: 7.3. XMLProperties
testing: 7.3.3. Taking a Test Drive
XMLReader interface: 3.2. SAX Readers
3.2.1. Instantiating a Reader
A.1.1.17. XMLReader
methods for setting: 4.1.1. Setting Properties and Features
parse(): 3.2.2. Parsing the Document
XMLReaderAdapter class: A.1.3.9. XMLReaderAdapter
XMLReaderFactory class: A.1.3.10. XMLReaderFactory
XMLReaders, pipelining events: 4.3.1. XMLFilters
XmlRpc class: 11.2.3. Writing the Server
XmlRpcClient class: 11.2.4. Writing the Client
XMLUtils class: 13.4.5. Writing a Client
XMLWriter class: 4.3.2. XMLWriter
XP: 1.3.2. A Parser
XPath: 2.3.3. XPath
XPathDisplayNode class: 8.3.3. Providing Support for XPath
XPointer: 16.2. XPointer
online resources: 16.2. XPointer
shorthand: 16.2. XPointer
XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language): 2.3.1. XSL
formatting objects: 2.3.1.2. Formatting objects
Internet Explorer, stylesheet: 10.3.3. Browser-Dependent Styling
looping: 2.3.3.2. Looping
online resources, formatting objects definition: 10.3.2. Viewing PDFs from XML
stylesheets
for viewing XML as HTML: 10.3.1. Viewing XML Converted to HTML
in business-to-business communication: 14.2.1. Filtering XML Data
PDF transformation: 10.3.2. Viewing PDFs from XML
template matching: 2.3.3.1. Template matching
templates in business-to-business communication: 14.2.1. Filtering XML Data
tree structures: 2.3.1.1. XSL and trees
web development, and: 10. Web Publishing Frameworks
WML pages, developer tools: 10.3.4. WAP and XML
xsl\:apply-templates construct: 5.1.3.2. SAX siblings
xsl\:stylesheet element: 10.3.4. WAP and XML
XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations): 2.3.2. XSLT
5.1.3.2. SAX siblings
10. Web Publishing Frameworks
XSLTProcessor class: 14.2.2. XSLT from a Servlet
XSLTProcessorFactory class: 14.2.2. XSLT from a Servlet
XSP (Extensible Server Pages): 10.4. XSP
creating pages: 10.4.1. Creating an XSP Page
JSP, advantages compared to: 10.4. XSP
XML, and: 10.4. XSP
XSL stylesheets for: 10.4. XSP


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