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dinaalsibai
Knowledge Web Publishing
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12 years ago
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mprestwood
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12 years ago
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David Peacock
MSXML Parser Support
I'm developing an application in BCB6 in which I am storing application data in XML form. The read/write access requirements of the application are very simple (local disk access, uncomplicated data)., , I am taking advantage of the availability of the TXMLDocument/IXMLDocument interface to the MSXML parser and this works great on most machines (but not all). I seem to have difficulty successfully installing the MSXML parser on particular machines (MSXML, MSXML2, MSXML3)., , In cases where the parser has been installed properly, calling the 'LoadFromFile' method throws an EAccessViolation for reasons that are difficult to determine., , I cannot find much information that is either useful or relevent on the subject., , Has anyone had similar experiences with this sort of problem ? Is there a suitable alternative to the MSXML parser ?
17 years ago
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DavidPeacock
Thanks for your help Sandman., , Since then I have written a C++ object to read/write my simple XML files. I created a series of classes to mimic the operation of TXMLDocument and then plugged it all into my application replacing the MSXML stuff., , It worked like a treat, did not take long to write and I have not worried about the problem since. Besides, the overhead is much smaller., , Thanks again.
16 years ago
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shaneo
Urgent help needed to setup Network
Good day., , I need some help urgently!, , I need to setup I network with one normal dailup internet connection and then there must be 3 network points. , , The 3 network points are for people with laptops that work for magazine company's. There's going to be about 20 laptops, but only 3 laptops are going to connect to the internet at the same time. , , I need some help on how I need to setup the network,what hardware/software I need,what the settings must be ,If I need to use the router and if I need to change settings on the laptops. , , I would appreciate it if you could tell me exactly what needs to be done and what the settings must be!!!, , Thank you!, , please e-mail me the router manual and the drivers for the router as soon as possible!!!!
15 years ago
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Rohan.F
I'm interested in what needs to be done. spanish dictionary
51 days ago
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tadpayne
HD or Blue Ray DVD
At my company, we need to archive large volumes of data - more than can be put on a standard DVD.  I hear that HD and Blue Ray DVDs offer more capacity.  What's the difference?
12 years ago
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Wes
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12 years ago
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Badzooka
HIPAA?
What does it mean to be HIPAA compliant?
17 years ago
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jdschram
http://www.hipaaplus.com/abouthippa.htm
17 years ago
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AMI
The future of IT...XML
hi all,, , What you think about the future of IT? What about the future of XML?
18 years ago
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idreesmd
Thank you for your timely advice Mr.Prestwood. Now I have some idea. Lemme hope something good for me in the coming months (hopefully with Delphi or VB.NET - I think I'll catch up with these soon)., , Thank you again.
18 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
eWeek Article: Web Services Wave
[b]Web services wave[/b], , By: Timothy Dyck, 09/05/01, eWEEK , , [b]Abstract[/b] The next big wave in application design is out there, gathering momentum beyond the shallows of day-to-day IT. ò A number of demonstration services are already online, however: The xmethods.net Web site provides FedEx Corp. package tracking, currency conversion and lookup of California highway road conditions; integration tools vendor Cape Clear Software Inc. provides weather conditions at airports; Continental Airlines Inc. provides flight status information; and ActiveState Corp. provides stock quote data., , [URL=http://cma.zdnet.com/texis/techinfobase/techinfobase/pdisplay.html?docid=2810464]Click Here[/URL] to read the eWeek article.
18 years ago
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