XML processor

XML processor

Software that reads an XML document, parses the XML tags and validates the tags against an XML schema. See XML parser.
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0 also introduces a high performance, small-footprint, low-power version of Efficient XML for native C/C++ applications, smart phones and embedded devices and a very small footprint Efficient XML processor for Java-powered devices.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) defines the term XML processor as a software module capable of reading XML documents and providing access to their content and structure.
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Entity resolution refers to the procedure used by an XML processor to locate a resource or external file on the web.
The test suite, developed in cooperation with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), allows developers to test an XML processor for conformance with W3C's XML 1.
Since the majority of XML developers are already using Altova tools to build their software applications, it just makes sense for them to use the very same XML processor to check for validity and process transformations and queries in those applications," said Tim Hale, Director of Marketing for Altova.
Stylus Studio captures the settings specified in the XQuery and XSLT scenarios - your choice of XML processor, parameters, input/output files, and post processing options, for example - and reflects them in the generated Java code.
The ChainLink XML Processor is an application service designed to provide developers with an alternative for accessing the functionality within TanData's ChainLink Applications Suite.
Any existing XML processor can read an XML Schema, and interchange will be easy.
Because of inconsistencies between platforms and XML processors, this process increases development and quality assurance cycles, and ultimately the time necessary to get the applications to final production.
In addition, XML processors are beginning to appear in beta versions of popular web browsers and associated applications.