WDK.XQueryConnector helper component for using within ASP for accessing XML data stored on remote/local arachnoWare XMLDBS Content Server. For getting data back from server, you just need to specify ServerLocation (where is your XMLDBS is located) and XQLString that is represents XQuery Language commands string. As result you will have back XML based response.
XML driven web project deployment solution for webware developers now with increased performance, more free schemas, better output customization and more new functions. This collection of objects extends standard IIS features and adding more new. Now you able to create enterprise webware projects in hours. Perfect developer's solution for building content management systems, portals, classifieds, trading systems. etc.
Users Manual for ASP/WDK Developers can be found on http://wdk.arachnoware.com
Uses the DOM to generate RSS behind an interface of nested objects. So to set the channel's title, you say RSS.Channel.Title = "My Weblog". Supports Dublin Core, Creative Commons, and Syndication modules. Can be used to generate RSS on-the-fly (with Conditional GET support) or write it to a file.
Powerful XML driven collection of classes and objects for ASP, which allows to create enterprise webware projects in hours. Ideal for building content management systems, portals, clasifields, trading systems, etc.
The Web Services Listener is a COM component that allows your organization to consume .NET Web Services without the need of installing the .NET framework or any other .NET component. This means your development team can use available .NET web services utilizing coding practices they already know. The component is simple to use and works consistently on most Web Services.
The Microsoft XML Parser is implemented as a COM component, providing a complete XML foundation for Windows DNA applications. Features include: A comprehensive, language-neutral programming model, including support for ECMAScript, Java, Perl, Python, SQL, the Visual Basic® development system, the Visual C++® development system, or Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript), Support for the W3C XML 1.0, XML DOM, and Namespaces recommendations, Support for DTDs and validation,
The industry’s first support for XSL, querying, and and a schema technology preview. The Microsoft XML Parser has a high performance, multi-threaded architecture that makes it ideally suited for both client and server-side XML and XSL processing.
With XML being the latest and greatest craze, I thought this might be useful to someone out there. It's a little script that queries a database and then using ADO's built in Save feature saves a copy of the data as an XML file. The format isn't perfect since it's meant to be opened back up by ADO, but it sure beats writing it by hand.