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Type: XPointer #Views: 1359 Category: Resource
The XPointer XMLNS Scheme
The XPointer xmlns() scheme is intended to be used with the XPointer Framework to allow correct interpretation of namespace prefixes in pointers, for instance, namespace-qualified scheme names and namespace-qualified element or attribute names appearing within scheme data.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1332 Category: Article
XML Schema: XPath and Xpointer
Learn the basics about XPath and XPointer, and learn how to locate elements that represent schema components.
Type: XPointer #Views: 3005 Category: Article
Pulling the Pieces Together
The XPointer and XLink specifications, currently under development, introduce a standard linking model for XML. In consideration of space, and the fact that the XLink draft is still developing, what follows is survey of the features of XLink, rather than a detailed description of the specification.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1495 Category: Article
Introduction to XPointer
An introduction to XPointer.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1530 Category: Resource
W3C Publishes Note Defining an XML Indirection Facility for XLink and XPointer.
W3C has acknowledged receipt of a technical submission from ISOGEN International describing an XML Indirection Facility. As presented in the published W3C Note, XIndirect is "a simple mechanism for using XML to represent indirect addresses in order to augment the core functionality of XLink and XPointer without requiring either of those specifications to themselves require support for indirect addresses.
Type: XPointer #Views: 2609 Category: Resource
XPointer with Witango
When using XML DOM Variables in Witango, there are a number of Metatag functions available to help you return Arrays or Text from XML, e.g., <@ELEMENTVALUE> or <@ELEMENTATTRIBUTES>, as well as Metatags for creating XML from other data, e.g., <@DOM> or <@DOMINSERT>.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1699 Category: Article
XML Pointer Language — XPointer
XPath, described in detail in the previous chapter, provides a common foundation for other standards that need to address into XML documents. One such standard, and the most interesting with regard to implementing hypermedia based on XML technologies, is the XML Pointer Language (XPointer) [DeRose+ 01a], which is used for fragment identifiers for XML resources.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1492 Category: Article
Separating Links from Content using XML, XLink and XPointer
This paper explains inline and out-of-line linking. It discusses the most important issues to consider when authoring and managing link information, comparing the inline approach to the out-of-line approach.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1410 Category: Resource
The XPointer pipeline1() Scheme
The XML Pipeline Definition Language 1.0-based pipeline1() scheme is intended to be used within the XPointer Framework to support the addressing of nodes within XML documents. Pointer parts using the pipeline1() scheme will always fail, as they do not identify portions of an XML document, but they can communicate (though not enforce) expectations for processing of later parts of an XPointer.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1455 Category: Resource
XML XPointer Requirements
This document presents requirements for the XPointer language. XPointer provides ways to directly identify any node, data, or selection in any XML document by describing its structure and context. An identified data location is called a "target."
Type: XPointer #Views: 2518 Category: Resource
XPointer is the component of the XLink technology that's used to address parts of XML documents. More specifically, XPointer allows you to walk the tree of nodes that make up an XML document to address a specific node or nodes. XPointer defines a syntax that is used to describe fragment identifiers, which in turn are used to specify parts of documents. XPointer provides much finer-grained control over the part of an XML document that can be addressed, which is in contrast to the general approach employed by HTML.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1446 Category: Article
XLink and XPointer
The simple HTML one-way link mechanism is too limited for the XML world. We need to be able to express link relationships when we might not have write access to either the source or the destination. Sometimes we need one-to-many links.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1598 Category: Resource
W3C Publishes Four Working Drafts for the XML Pointer Language (XPointer).
The W3C XML Linking Working Group has released four Working Drafts relating to XPointer. W3C XPointer "supports addressing into the internal structures of XML documents, allowing for traversals of a document tree and choice of its internal parts based on various properties, such as element types, attribute values, character content, and relative position."
Type: XPointer #Views: 2488 Category: Resource
Top Ten Tips to Using XPath and XPointer
XPath and XPointer allow XML developers and document authors to find and manipulate specific needles of content in an XML document's haystack.
Type: XPointer #Views: 2550 Category: TipsAndTricks
libxml 2.2.5 released with XPointer support
Daniel Veillard has announced libxml 2.2.5, also known as the Gnome XML library, bringing lots of fixes and an initial XPointer implementation. The XPointer and XPath modules are both optional and operating over the tree built by libxml during the document parsing.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1553 Category: Tutorial
The XPointer content-type() Scheme
This document specifies a content-type() scheme for use in XPointer-based fragment identifiers. This scheme, like other XPointer Framework  schemes, is designed primarily for use with the XML Media Types defined in RFC 3023 , to identify locations within a given XML representation of a resource, though it may potentially be used to mix schemes for XML and non-XML representations.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1370 Category: Article
XPointer annotations as a substitution for individual notes in scripts
Individual notes in scripts are one of the main skills to learn a new topic. Writing an annotation in your own words let you remember the topic more than only reading or hearing it. XPointer annotations can be a modern substitution for writing into scripts by linking the messages into original XML- or XHTML-Documents.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1358 Category: Tutorial
XPointerLib is a project providing XPointer support for Mozilla 1.0+, Netscape 7, and Phoenix 0.4. This code was motivated by the Annotea Project's use of XPointers to specify annotation locations.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1402 Category: Tool
If you've been paying attention to this column over the past few weeks, you'll already be familiar with XPath and XLink, two important pieces of the XML jigsaw. XPath provides a standard way to access specific nodes (or sets of nodes) within an XML document, while XLink offers XML document authors the ability to link XML data together in a myriad of different ways.
Type: XPointer #Views: 1593 Category: Tutorial
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