The article presents step-by-step how to bind, read and view XML data and generate graphical reports with the build-in Crystal Reports engine.
This project was part of a larger project in the context of training acquisition and analysis.
The implementation is in many ways a melding of the DOM and SAX and provides a simplified programming model like the DOM but in a stream-based architecture.
The programming model is simplified because it is a pull rather than a push model.
Exceptions should be properly handled so that this sensitive information is not exposed in untrusted scenarios.As a result, many organizations use XML to pass documents and data both within the organization and between trading partners and vendors. The ubiquitous nature of these exchanges means that sooner or later, developers will need to read and write XML documents, transform them with XSL, and validate them using XML schemas. //^w肳ĂȂf[^Zbg̓ǂݍ Xml Document doc = new Xml Document(); Xml Text Reader tr = new Xml Text Reader("./Data Set Request.xml"); Xml Validating Reader reader = new Xml Validating Reader(tr); reader. Based on a real world project this article shows how to handle XML data in . The article puts special emphasize on XML standardization and interoperability issues experienced during the project, and presents workarounds for existing limitations.Since these class implement a stream-based approach, they do not require that the XML document be parsed into a tree structure and cached in memory as happens when working with the document through the DOM.