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Visual Basic.NET and XML: Harness the Power of XML in VB.NET Applications

by: Rod Stephens, Brian Hochgurtel

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Publisher: Wiley,February 2002

Category: VB.NET Level: I/A

ISBN: 047112060X
ISBN13: 9780471120605

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Ramp up your enterprise VB.NET applications with XML!

Microsoft envisions a future where the Web will host millions of distributed applications all communicating via XML. Data packaged in XML will flow to and from databases, between applications, and directly to the browser.

  With the release of Visual Basic .NET, XML support is tightly integrated into the language and provides numerous methods for manipulating XML data. This tight integration means that VB programmers can load, manipulate, and save XML data faster and more easily than ever before. With real-world and fully functional examples, Rod Stephens and Brian Hochgurtel walk you step-by-step through how to take advantage of XML in all aspects of enterprise VB.NET development:

  Part One explains XML basics-DOM, SAX, Schemas, Serialization-and how to read and write XML files using Visual Basic code

Part Two examines methods for displaying XML data on the Web and for building Web Services using Visual Basic, ASP.Net, Web Forms, and XSL

Part Three shows how XML works with other products and how you can use SQL Server 2000 and Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS) to display data directly on the Web with XML

Final chapters show how to use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to save and load XML documents in Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook

The companion Web site houses the working code for all of the examples built in the book.

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Visit Rod Stephens's Web site at www.vb-helper.com

Visit Brian Hochgurtel's Web site at www.advocatemedia.com

      ROD STEPHENS is a contract software engineer and president of Rocky Mountain Consulting, specializing in graphical user interfaces, algorithms, and database systems. He has published numerous articles and nine books (all with Wiley). He hosts www.vb-helper.com.

BRIAN HOCHGURTEL is a software development engineer for Rogue Wave Software. His current project involves implementing the servlet standard in C++. Previous projects include creating Web interfaces for enterprise databases, proto-typing XML-based products, and creating Web-based applications for cancer research studies, environmental education, and software documentation.