A simple, very flexible text format that stands for eXtensible Markup Language, that can be used to exchange, share, and store data. It is easily parsed by computers, but is also readable by programmers. Use this tag for questions related to topics about using XML.

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Mapping different XML and CSV feeds

Not sure if this is the right venue to be asking this but here goes. A little background. I'm trying to build an ecommerce app that would allow sellers from other venues--like, amazon and newegg--to ...
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How to call a specific element in XmlReader

You know that XmlReader reads like crazy and doesn't care about root element or anything, it just reads line by line on every element. My XML file is a student list with some of their data so ...
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Which document model to choose in different situations

I needed some custom document format and stumbled on this issue. DocBook does it this way <chapter> <title>Chapter 1</title> <para>Hello world!</para> <...
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How to save strings and integers permanently to a users device?

I'm building an app that requires the user to purchase content and sign to a User Agreement Contract. However, I'm not too sure where to start with in-app purchases and saving data types to the users ...
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JSON or XML for parsing for Google Map API

Can someone help me to find a easy way to parse XML? I have an iOS 7 Application using Google Map API. I tried to learn this on my own. I try to create an application that uses Web Services like ...
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Namespaces for a custom XML like language: URIs or not

I am working on an XML like language that features a namespace system also. Now my question is: Should I use URIs as namespace names too (1) or should I follow the naming of java/.net/php namespaces (...
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Signing Soap/Xml Messages

When you sign a SOAP message with a private key, how does the server know your public key in order to verify it? I am connecting to a Datapower instance that sits in front of our actual Java web ...
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OMG ASTM and weird languages (like Scheme, Ocaml, Haskell)

Abstract Syntax Tree Metamodel (ASTM) is an OMG standard to represent ASTs. In my very partial and limited understanding (I only spend an hour or two glancing into that spec), it is notably defining ...
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Best practices in storing chunks of external code

I am building a wrapper to a load-testing tool that will take configuration and scenario files as yaml and build a large, unwieldy xml file which will be destroyed when it is no longer needed. A ...
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How Generate sequence diagram from xmi file

I know we can generate an xmi file from a sequence diagram, but for inverse, I want to know if we can generate a sequence diagram from a xmi file with any tool(ie write my own code as xmi file which ...
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Large invoice database structure and rendering

Our client has a MS SQL database that has 1 million customer invoice records in it. Using the database, our client wants its customers to be able to log into a frontend web site and then be able to ...
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Jenkins: .NET website XML transforms, but no .sln or build file

We're setting up Jenkins for CI and deployments. We have .NET website that isn't managed through visual studio. Its a Logi Analytics application, so we develop exclusively through LogiStudio. As ...
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Implementing a view updating system in C# with an XML-based model

I'm looking for feedback, whether my approach is sensible. Also not sure about what this paradigm is called, or technology that is most appropriate here. The question relates to figuring out a way ...
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Evaluating local storage for data persistence for small, stand-alone applications

TL;DR - I have a standalone application that will remain relatively small. I'm trying to evaluate between using XML files or a lightweight database for local storage of data that needs to be ...
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Appropriate design / technologies to handle dynamic string formatting?

recently I was tasked with implementing a way of adding support for versioning of hardware packet specifications to one of our libraries. First a bit of information about the project. We have a ...