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XINCLUDE SPECIFICATION
MERGING XML DOCUMENTS
XINCLUDE PROCESSING
XINCLUDE LINKS
APPLICATION
REFERENCES
PARSING
ORACLE XML DB
XML DOCUMENT
DTDS
INCLUSION
XML DOCUMENTS
XSLT
PROCESS
MERGING
DOCUMENT
DOCUMENTS
ATTRIBUTES
XML
XPOINTER
XLINK
XINCLUDE
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Definitions

  1. XInclude is a generic mechanism for merging XML documents (information sets) using existing XML constructs — elements, attributes and URI references.
  2. XInclude is the W3C recommendation for the syntax and processing model for merging the infosets of multiple XML documents into a single infoset.
  3. XInclude is a language for specifying merging of a set of XML documents represented as Infosets to a new Infoset.
  4. XInclude is a standard for building up XML documents from smaller pieces, being a replacement for the external entities.
  5. XInclude is a generic mechanism that is used to merge XML documents.

Xinclude Specification

  1. The canonical definition of XInclude is of course the XInclude specification itself.

Merging Xml Documents

  1. Strengthening the XML family, XInclude provides a generic method for merging XML documents into a single composite document.

Xinclude Processing

  1. The Ant XInclude task allows Ant build files to apply XInclude processing to XML files.

Xinclude Links

  1. None (default) – Ignore XLink or XInclude links: create no corresponding document links.

Application

  1. Similarly, XInclude (XML Inclusions), if supported, can download and cache resources and other data from the application server.

References

  1. XInclude uses direct references.

Parsing

  1. XInclude operates on information sets and thus is orthogonal to parsing.

Oracle Xml Db

  1. Oracle XML DB supports XInclude 1.0 as the standard mechanism for managing compound documents.

Xml Document

  1. XInclude allows an author to choose how to include another XML document in new composite content - either as markup or text.
  2. XML Inclusions (XInclude) provides a method of including content from other files into an XML document.

Dtds

  1. In addition, no XML entity declarations, which were required in the older method when using DTDs, are required for XInclude.

Inclusion

  1. Because inclusion is modeled using XInclude, content management is simplified.

Xml Documents

  1. XInclude thus provides for compound documents: repository file resources that include other XML documents or fragments.
  2. XInclude – Defines ways to include the content of multiple XML documents or fragments in a single infoset.

Xslt

  1. This is the area where XSLT 1.0 is not able to support XInclude, because XSLT 1.0 is only able to access XML documents.

Process

  1. As a replacement, the W3C came up with XML Inclusions (XInclude) [1], which is defined as a process of merging XML Infosets [2].

Merging

  1. XInclude 1.0 provides a method for merging multiple XML documents into a single composite document.

Document

  1. When an XInclude processor reads an XML document it resolves all references and returns a document that contains no XInclude elements.
  2. When the XInclude processing is not enabled then oXygen will validate the document as it is against the specified XML Schema.

Documents

  1. XInclude can combine multiple documents and parts thereof independently of validation.
  2. For XInclude, I'd use XSLT to combine and process the documents, possibly along with a couple of extension functions.
  3. When processing is complete, the final XML infoset has no XInclude elements, but instead has copied the documents or parts thereof into the final infoset.

Attributes

  1. The XInclude specification uses the standard XML syntax defined for elements, attributes, and URI references in the design of a generic inclusion mechanism.
  2. As per the XInclude specification, such attributes are added upon inclusion.

Xml

  1. XInclude not only supports the inclusion of XML and plain-text documents, it also supports the inclusion of fragments of XML documents.
  2. XInclude, on the other hand, specifies a media-type specific (XML into XML) transformation.
  3. The XInclude specification provides a "media-type specific (XML into XML) transformation.

Xpointer

  1. That's why XInclude.NET doesn't support the xpointer() superset of XPath.
  2. An XInclude processor can use an XPointer to determine what part of a document to include.

Xlink

  1. Some other specifications conceived as part of the "XML Core" have failed to find wide adoption, including XInclude, XLink, and XPointer.
  2. This chapter describes how to use XLink and XInclude with resources in Oracle XML DB Repository.
  3. The rest of this section describes the resource configuration file that you use as a resource to configure XLink and XInclude processing for other resources.

Xinclude

  1. XInclude allows an application to leverage the syntax in existing XML constructs - elements, attributes, and URI references.
  2. XInclude 1.0 can be used in environments without DTD (Document Type Definition) support, more common since the adoption of XML schemas.
  3. There is no requirement that the documents linked using XLink or included in an XML document using XInclude be XML documents.

Categories

  1. Data > Files > Xml > Xlink
  2. Xml Documents
  3. Xpointer
  4. Attributes
  5. Document Type Definition
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