By Keith Wood
Designed for the Delphi developer who desires to find out about XML, Delphi Developer’s consultant to XML covers all features of using the facility of XML during the Delphi setting. This booklet offers a superb advent to the applied sciences that make up XML and its comparable requirements. In-depth insurance of the rfile item version (DOM) comprises research of the elemental specification and 3 implementations: Microsoft’s DOM, CUESoft’s DOM, and Open XML’s DOM. equally, either Microsoft’s model and a local Delphi implementation are defined for the straightforward API for XML (SAX). producing XML records is distinctive utilizing basic textual content, Delphi’s net modules and XMLBroker, all of the DOMs, and SAX. constructing purposes that utilize XML is additionally lined, together with XSLT and cleaning soap examples.
The CD comprises the proper requirements concerning XML, in addition to the entire code from the publication and numerous XML instruments.
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Often parameter entities are used to include common sequences within the DTD. In this case they must contain both the opening and closing parentheses of any content model groups that they define. Parameter entities are also used to control the inclusion or exclusion of parts of a DTD through the use of conditional sections. [xxx[ and continues until it reaches ]]>. The xxx here is replaced by the keyword INCLUDE to process the section normally, or IGNORE to bypass it. By using parameter entities, these sections can be turned on and off just by changing the value of that one parameter.
Preceding the name with an ampersand ( & ) and following it with a semicolon ( ; ). Although entities can contain additional markup, there are several restrictions on their use in this way—specifically that the content must be properly nested. ENTITY PV "Pleasantville"> :1234 Main St, &PV;
Larger substitutions can be achieved by linking the entity name to an external document containing either text or XML. The PUBLIC or SYSTEM keyword is used to indicate that a logical or physical location follows.
ELEMENT movie-structure (opening-title, (close-up | wide-angle)*, closing-title)> Free text content models are also known as mixed content. For free text alone the model consists solely of the text #PCDATA. Such an element can contain any valid characters, but no other markup. Characters that have meaning to XML must be replaced by character references, specifically < for < and & for &. ELEMENT emph (#PCDATA)> If the element can contain both free text and other elements, then the first entry in the model must be #PCDATA as above.