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Use CopyFromRecordset With ODBC Recordsets
by Leonid Strakovskiy
Sorting SQL Results in Your Own Preferred Order
by Kapil Srivastava
Populate a Normalized Table with Data from an Unnormalized Table
by Rajender Dhanwada
Use XML to Store Your App Settings in ASP
by Jatin Shah
Breaking Data Hiding
by Dharmender Rai
Get the Maximum Value Across Columns in TSQL
by Harinatha Reddy
Insert Large Numbers of Rows into a Database Table with PL/SQL
by Mahalakshmi Vijayaraj
Boolean Operations Between Bit Variables in SQL
by Daniel Nagdimunov
Send Email Using OLE Automation Stored Procedures in SQL Server 2000
by Somaiah Manukonda
Store XML in C++ Source Code
by Ivaylo Dimitrov
Posting XML to Another Server
by DevX Pro
I need to post an XML document from one server to another server. Can I use XMLHTTPRequest for this?
Append a NodeList to a Node
by DevX Pro
Is it possible to append all the elements of a nodelist to a node as children without using a for loop? I want to overcome the performance problems incurred when using the for each loop in Visual Basic.
Working With Large Files and Data Sets
by DevX Pro
I am working on a program that uses XML for data archival. This data archive creates XML files in the multi-megabyte range (5 MB - 500 MB and greater). The problem is that the Microsoft XML parser loads the entire file into memory (using virtual memory) until the system crashes. What is the best way to use large files and data sets with XML?
Designing XML Objectively
by DevX Pro
I am having problems designing my XML doc. I'd like to generalize it using common structure names but it appears that the DTD/Schema for it can't fully describe it. Here is my XML doc without the outer tags: I don't think it's possible for a DTD and Schema to require that only element "b" is allowed in "inner id=b" under "outer id=2". The DTD or Schema will just state that "a", "b", and "c" are allowed under any "inner" element. If my assumption is correct, then should I just redesign my XML to have specific names like "outer1" and "outer2" as opposed to being general?
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