IBM Adds Support for XPath 2.0, XSLT 2.0 and XQuery 1.0 to WebSphere 7

by Charles Humble on  Dec 18, 2009

IBM have released a feature pack which adds support for Xpath 2.0, XSLT 2.0 and XQuery 1.0 making WebSphere Application Server 7 the first application server with complete support for this most recent set of W3C XML standards. InfoQ talks IBM's Andrew Spyker, Chief Architect for the feature pack.

Article: Structured Event Streaming with Smooks

by Mark Little on  Nov 26, 2008 17

The Smooks project has been used in several ESBs for transformation techniques since the first adoption by JBossESB. However, in this article Tom Fennelly discusses how it can be used for much more than that.

XSLT Profiling in VS 2008

by Jonathan Allen on  Mar 13, 2008

Microsoft's XML Team has released a preview of their XSLT profiler for VS 2008. Unfortunately, only Team System users get to try it out.

The End of XSLT for .NET Programmers?

by Jonathan Allen on  Mar 05, 2008 5

Microsoft's VB team is starting a series of articles on how to use XML Literals. Many of these articles will demonstrate how to replace XSLT code with VB by making direct comparisons between the two languages.

Using LINQ to XML Instead of XSLT for Transformations

by Jonathan Allen on  Jul 30, 2007 5

Transforming XML from one format to another is a common task for many developers. To do this, most of them leave the confines of their general purpose language and make calls to an XSLT library. But what if they didn't have to? With LINQ to XML, it now becomes much easier to manipulate XML using C# and VB. Eric White describes how one can perform XSLT style transformations using C# 3.0.

Five Orcas Short Demos

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 03, 2007 1

Microsoft's Data blog has five short demos on Orcas and post-Orcas features for editing XML files and XSD files, debugging XSLT, and working with Entity Data Models (EDM).

Visual Studio Orcas Round-Up

by Jonathan Allen on  Mar 08, 2007

InfoQ has assembled a summary of the features included in the March CTP of Visual Studio Orcas. The Orcas CTP, which is expected to be released as VS 2007, can be downloaded from MSDN.