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XPath Essentials

by Andrew Watt

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Web masters at large corporations need to import XML data from their companies' data warehouses and display it with HTML on Web sites. XPath allows that data to be restructured. IT programmers need to build and/or maintain business-to-business (B2B) applications for their companies to interact with a wide variety of clients and partners. While the clients and partners may all have the necessary data in XML format, they may not all be using the same naming conventions for the data. XPath exchanges the XML data without any of the companies having to change their systems.… (more)
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Web masters at large corporations need to import XML data from their companies' data warehouses and display it with HTML on Web sites. XPath allows that data to be restructured. IT programmers need to build and/or maintain business-to-business (B2B) applications for their companies to interact with a wide variety of clients and partners. While the clients and partners may all have the necessary data in XML format, they may not all be using the same naming conventions for the data. XPath exchanges the XML data without any of the companies having to change their systems.

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