Support WebCast: Programming XML in the Microsoft .NET Framework Part II

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Session Summary



The objective of this session is to introduce developers to some basic features of .NET Framework XML assemblies and how this integrates with the other key framework components. The key topics that will be covered in this presentation are:
  • Key classes in the System.Xml.Schema and using the SOM implementation
  • Key classes in the System.Xml.Serialization namespace and their common usage scenarios
The code samples presented in the slides of this presentation will be written using Visual Basic .NET. The presentation will not cover the basics of XML and its related technologies (XSLT, Path, DOM, and the concept of XML parsers and XSD schemas). Audience familiarity with these topics and the basics of SOAP and XML Web Services will be assumed.

This is a Level 200 session that was recorded January 3, 2002 and presented by Karthik Ravindran and Karthikeyan Ponnusamy. Karthik Ravindran has been with Microsoft for more than two years. He is a Developer Support Professional in the XML Web Database team, and is the PSS MSXML Beta Product Lead. He holds a masters degree in Information Technology, and the MCSD & MCP+SB (Site Builder) certifications.

Karthikeyan Ponnusamy has been with Microsoft for two years. He is a Developer Support Professional in the XML Web database team, and is currently the PSS Web Database Content Lead. He holds a masters degree in Engineering, and MCSD certification.

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