Well Formed XML Documents

An XML document is "well formed" if it meets a number of critieria. This post covers those criteria in detail with examples.

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How to use conditional statements in XSL

XSL provides support for conditional patterns, statements and values – much the same as any other programming language. The appropriate application of the available XSL functions allows you to implement each pattern.

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<xsl:choose>

The XSLT <xsl:choose> element provides a complex conditional test to use against the contents of an XML file.

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XML Tutorial

XML is a simple text-based format for representing structured information.

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XPATH Tutorial

XPATH is a query language to select nodes, values or compute values from the content of an XML document.

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XSLT Tutorial

XSL Transformations is a language for transforming XML documents into a target document and format such as plain text, XML, HTML, RSS or etc.

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Java

Java examples for XML, XPATH and XSLT. Each example addresses a common aspect of using XML technologies with Java.

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.NET

.NET examples for XML, XPATH and XSLT. Each example addresses a common aspect of using XML technologies with either C# or Visual Basic.

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