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Thanks, David for the answer. Kindly read my further questions below. On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 5:56 PM, David Carlisle wrote: >> Can I anyhow successfully parse the above XML? for e.g., using a >> custom entity resolver, or using a catalog file. > > you can use a catalog file that defaults in a dtd that defines the > entity. I was actually trying to use the catalog file, by defaulting to a DTD that defines the entity. my goal is to successfully parse the file: &message; I want to define the entity 'message' in a local DTD, and use a local catalog file to point to this DTD. I was following the details at, http://xerces.apache.org/xerces2-j/faq-xcatalogs.html for using it in Xerces-J. I think, we can define the catalog file as: 1. OASIS XML catalog format, or 2. The catalog text format described by OASIS TR 9401 I found that OASIS TR 9401 format... (more)

Re: XML Design Guidelines for Facilitating the Creation and Pr

Hi Roger, Your stated example below (XHTML with embedded MathML) is the kind of example that is often given for a compound document, and it has a slightly different set of needs than your example instance given earlier. The example instance given earlier (the classic 'marking up a book' example) does not state explicitly its use but it implies it because of the way that example is often used - it is an example of marking up data that will be typically used for such things as querying, exchange of data, and perhaps transformation to a presentation format. The example of XHTML and embedded mathml is of an XML format that has an end media purpose - it should be presented in some way (although others may argue that this is wrong) - thus the problem there is - how to combine markup without explicit presentational parameters with markup that does have explicit presentatio... (more)

How OpenKM's Technical Debt Decreased by 49% Through Code Refactoring

Technical Debt is worth nothing if no pragmatic action is taken into code, in order to control and tackle it. To ilustrate the Scertify's capability to automatically correct code defects that increase this unintended debt, we performed code refactoring on OpenKM, an Free/Libre document management system. The initial Technical Debt of the project has been reduced by 49.2% from 84 days to 42 days. Here, at Tocea, we call it the Debt Write-Off. For this first Debt Write-Off, we have decided to perform the refactoring of OpenKM (6.2.1-DEV). According to Wikipedia, OpenKM is a Free/Libre document management system that provides a web interface for managing arbitrary files. OpenKM is a great tool but an audit of the code revealed some technical debt problems. That was a good opportunity to use Scertify and to be useful to an open-source community. The application consist... (more)

SNIA Spring 2013 update with Wayne Adams

SNIA Spring 2013 update with Wayne Adams By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio and video content here) as well as listening via iTunes or via your preferred means using this RSS feed (http://storageio.com/StorageIO_Podcast.xml) In this episode from SNW Spring 2013 in Orlando Florida, Bruce Ravid (@BruceRave) and me visit with our guest SNIA Chairman Wayne Adams (@wma01606). Wayne was one of our first pod cast guests back in 2013 in the episode titled Waynes World, SNIA and SNW that you can listen to here. Wayne gives us an update on what's new with SNIA including education, tutorials, videos and other training material, along with standards such as SMIS among other items. Also check out the companion pod c... (more)

How to: Build Client Web Parts in SharePoint 2013 with Office Developer Tools RTM

This is the third time (and hopefully final) I am writing this post about building Client Web Parts (App Parts) for SharePoint 2013 with Visual Studio 2012.  This is largely due to the Office Developer Tools going through a few iterations (Preview 1 and Preview 2).  I don’t want to leave out-dated information out there, so here is the updated version.  The process remains largely the same, but a few of the screens have changed and what Visual Studio produces for us has changed significantly since Preview 1. When you create the project, the first two steps look pretty much the same as Preview 1 and Preview 2. The next step looks the same as well.  For our example, we’ll go with a SharePoint-hosted app again. The good news is, in Preview 2 they’ve added a wizard that helps you get stared with client web parts.  This wizard does three things for you.  It creates an ... (more)

Verity K2 Developer Software Embedded in XyEnterprise's XML Content Management Application

SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Verity Inc. , a leading provider of enterprise search software that enables organizations to discover, analyze and process all of the digital information within their enterprises, today announced that XyEnterprise, a major supplier of XML content management and enterprise publishing solutions, has upgraded to Verity(R) K2 Developer (K2D) OEM search, classification and recommendation software in its [email protected] 3.2 XML content management application. XyEnterprise offers content management and publishing software designed to enhance the dynamic creation, reuse, assembly, and single-source publishing of content and documents. [email protected] 3.2 is the latest release of the company's powerful content and document management application that manages XML content and metadata, files and unstructured documents within the repository... (more)

ObjAcct Releases Online Accounting Solution for Enterprise Clients, Accountants, OEM, ASP, BPO and Vertical Market Applications

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- ObjAcct, Inc. is pleased to announce ObjAcct Online, an XML based hosted accounting solution for mid- market enterprise clients and vertical market applications (ASP, OEM) as well as outsourced accounting service providers such as progressive accounting firms and BPO operations. ObjAcct Online offers Internet ready Web and Windows smart-client versions in a high-volume ASP model combined with a comprehensive library of over 1000 XML web services, advanced customization tools, an SDK for Visual Studio .Net and a built-in full-featured report writer. "Our ObjAcct Enterprise Online and ObjAcct WebLedger Online products offer powerful Internet accounting capability unmatched in the marketplace providing secure, real-time, feature-rich, world-wide accessible solutions using our leading edge XML web services," said Lee Melling... (more)

Document Sciences Joins XML Developer Group as Founding Member

CARLSBAD, Calif., March 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Document Sciences Corporation , a proven leader and innovator in automating the creation and delivery of enterprise customer communications for print, email and online distribution, announced it has joined the Open XML Formats Developer Group as a founding member. Initially composed of 40 organizations from around the world, the Open XML Formats Developer Group provides a community for developers to exchange technical information regarding the use of Ecma International-developed Office Open XML file formats. "We're very pleased to be a founding member of this growing technical community," says Doug Winter, Chief Operating Officer for Document Sciences. "It's a great opportunity for organizations to not only share information, but to also share expertise and foster the development of innovative solutions using ope... (more)

Starter Kit From Microchip Technology Enables Easy Development of Human-Machine Interface and Intelligent Sensor Processing Designs

Microchip Technology Inc. (NASDAQ:MCHP), a leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, today announced the MPLAB Starter Kit for PIC24H MCUs, which includes everything needed to develop and evaluate Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs) and intelligent sensor processing for embedded designs, at the low cost of $59.98. The kit is based on the PIC24HJ128GP504 16-bit microcontroller (MCU), which features up to 40 MIPS performance, 128 Kbytes of Flash, 8 Kbytes of RAM and a full complement of integrated peripherals. For advanced HMIs, the kit includes an Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) array display that is supported by the free Microchip Graphics Library, low-cost audio and speech playback capability for user prompts, and user-input capabilities. For intelligent sensor processing development, the Starter Kit board has a tri-axial analog accelerometer ... (more)

Métier Announces Compliance with Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Capital Planning Updated Guidance

Métier, Ltd., an innovator in project portfolio management (PPM) software and services, announced today that WorkLenz has released system updates to meet OMB’s capital planning reporting requirements outlined in OMB Circular A-11 (2009). These updates were released two business days following publication of the A-11 solution guidance. This rapid release allows WorkLenz users maximum time to update their Exhibit 300/53 business cases to align with reporting changes. CPIC clients of Métier manage over $33 billion in federal investments and consistently submit Exhibit 300/53 data on time with no technical defects. The WorkLenz Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) solution includes: Updated Exhibit 300/53 guidance Auto-answer of duplicate questions between Exhibit 53 & 300 Migration of answers from previous submissions Answer validation to XML schema XML sch... (more)

BASF Podcast: the Chemical Reporter - Why do Potatoes get Softer When you Cook Them, While Eggs get Harder?

LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany, September 16 /PRNewswire/ -- It's strange, isn't it? In both cases you're dropping something you want to eat into a pot of boiling water, but what happens to the spud is the exact opposite of what happens to the egg. The secret involves the chemical make-up of the potato. It consists largely of starch. It's a different story entirely with eggs. They're composed mostly of proteins. In entertaining episodes our Chemical Reporter answers questions from our Podcast listeners on Chemistry in our everyday life. Direct listening at: http://www.basf.com/podcast/potatoes-eggs Direct subscription via RSS-Feed or iTunes (search for "basf"): http://corporate.basf.com/en/podcast/reporter.xml Podcast The Chemical Reporter, English edition: http://www.basf.com/podcast More podcasts: Podcast Chemistry of Innovations: http://www.basf.com/podcast This podcast ... (more)

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