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Keywords and Sections
XLINK WORKING DRAFTS
XLINK PROTOCOL
XLINK ELEMENT TYPES
ENDING RESOURCE
ADVANCED LINKING
XLINK APPLICATION
XLINK-SPECIFIED RELATIONSHIP
SIMPLE XLINK LINKS
XINCLUDE LINKS
XLINK ATTRIBUTES
XLINK NAMESPACE
THINGS
PARTICULAR
SHOW
MAKES
RELATIONSHIPS
COMPONENTS
SUPPORT
DEFAULT
FEATURES
DESCRIPTION
SET
BASIS
FUNCTIONALITY
SEMANTICS
REFERRING
DESIGN
REQUIREMENTS
CONSTRAINTS
ENTITIES
SPECIFYING
XML SCHEMA
XSL
HTML
LANGUAGE
CONSTRUCTS
XSLT
VALUE
URI
ORACLE XML DB
DATA
XML DOCUMENT
TRAVERSAL
IMPORTANT APPLICATION
PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
GENERIC WAY
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Definitions

  1. XLink (XML Linking Language) is a language for creating hyperlinks in XML documents. (Web site)
  2. Xlink is an XML application that defines hyperlinks in XML documents. (Web site)
  3. XLink is a powerful and compact specification for the use of links in XML documents.
  4. XLink, an XML-related specification, lets you achieve dramatic linking effects in your XML documents. (Web site)
  5. XLink, the XML Linking Language, defines how one document links to another document. (Web site)

Xlink Working Drafts

  1. Other relevant documents, such as the XPath and XLink Working Drafts, are referenced as necessary. (Web site)

Xlink Protocol

  1. XLink: The XLink protocol is a proposed specification to handle links between XML documents. (Web site)
  2. The XLink protocol is a specification for handling links between XML documents. (Web site)

Xlink Element Types

  1. Various XLink element types have special meanings dictated by this specification when they appear as direct children of other XLink element types. (Web site)

Ending Resource

  1. The behavior attributes specify the desired behavior for XLink applications to use when traversing to the ending resource. (Web site)

Advanced Linking

  1. While you're at it, check out XPointer, which adds even more advanced linking to XLink. (Web site)

Xlink Application

  1. For an XLink application to traverse from a starting resource to an ending resource, it needs to locate both the starting resource and the link. (Web site)

Xlink-Specified Relationship

  1. If a locator -type element contains nested XLink elements, such contained elements have no XLink-specified relationship to the parent link. (Web site)

Simple Xlink Links

  1. The good news is that the Firefox browser does include support for simple XLink links. (Web site)

Xinclude Links

  1. XLink and XInclude links can be mapped to Oracle XML DB document links. (Web site)
  2. During repository resource creation, the ResConfig element of the parent folder determines the treatment of XLink and XInclude links for the new resource. (Web site)
  3. Hard – Map XLink or XInclude links to hard document links in repository documents. (Web site)

Xlink Attributes

  1. This attribute group includes the XLink attributes (see xlinks.xsd). (Web site)

Xlink Namespace

  1. This specification defines only attributes and attribute values in the XLink namespace. (Web site)

Things

  1. Things like Hytime already resolve that issue and XLink (a Hytime subset) may resolve that. (Web site)

Particular

  1. I agree. Let's take a look at linking in general and XLink in particular. (Web site)

Show

  1. This is the result of the evolution of the show="parsed" behaviour found in early XLink Working Drafts.

Makes

  1. Listing 22.2 contains the code for a Top Five movie list XML document that makes use of simple XLink links. (Web site)

Relationships

  1. URL-based standards such as XLink are used to defined the relationships between XML documents. (Web site)

Components

  1. If you traced the history of XLink in the W3C, you'd learn that it originally consisted of only two components, XPointer and XLink. (Web site)

Support

  1. The current lack of XLink support isn't entirely surprising, given that XLink isn't a 'done deal' yet. (Web site)
  2. Netscape (7.2) has the same support for simple XLinks as Firefox, except that the xlink:show="new" attribute works correctly. (Web site)
  3. MSXML 2. x does not currently support either XPointer or XLink.

Default

  1. None (default) – Ignore XLink or XInclude links: create no corresponding document links. (Web site)
  2. OID (default) – Map XLink or XInclude href paths to OID-based paths in repository documents — that is, use OIDs directly. (Web site)

Features

  1. As a result, many features from XLink and HLink are not included.

Description

  1. XLink is intended for description and creation of links between Internet resources. (Web site)

Set

  1. By default, this XLink will set up the link to replace the current window when the link is clicked. (Web site)
  2. If all XLink and XInclude links have been resolved by this procedure, then attribute HasUnresolvedLinks is set to false. (Web site)

Basis

  1. XPointer also serves as the basis for identifying link sources and targets in XLink, which is the standard linking technology for XML.

Functionality

  1. XML Base provides that same functionality for XML applications, including XLink. (Web site)
  2. Together, XLink and XML Base bring the functionality necessary for robust, rich XML applications spread across multiple documents. (Web site)

Semantics

  1. As regards the semantics of XLink, Tim Bray notes that RDDL 1.0 was "arguably abusing them pretty severely" [Bray, 2004]. (Web site)

Referring

  1. In this tip, XLink, a particularly useful specification that defines an XML linking mechanism for referring to other XML documents is explored.
  2. I'm referring to XLink, which is the XML linking technology that allows you to carry out advanced linking between XML documents. (Web site)

Design

  1. The design of XLink has been informed by knowledge of established hypermedia systems and standards. (Web site)

Requirements

  1. See the XLink Requirements Document [XLREQ] for a thorough explanation of requirements for the design of XLink. (Web site)
  2. One of the requirements of XLink was to support the way HTML 4 provides linking capabilities in a more portable way. (Web site)

Constraints

  1. Finally, while this specification identifies the minimum constraints on XLink markup, DTDs that use XLink are free to tighten these constraints. (Web site)

Entities

  1. The homepage element has an xlink:type attribute supplied by the DTD. Similarly, any references to parsed entities are resolved.

Specifying

  1. RDF is primarily for describing resources and their relations, while XLink is primarily for specifying and traversing hyperlinks. (Web site)

Xml Schema

  1. It is used in XML Schema to define keys an in XLink and XPointer to reference portions of documents. (Web site)

Xsl

  1. Subsequent columns will address such core XML technologies as XSL, DTDs, and XLink. (Web site)

Html

  1. How do I use graphics in XML? Reference them as for HTML or use XLink.
  2. You'll recognize xlink:show as similar to specifying a different target window in HTML. And, as easily as that, you are using XLink. (Web site)
  3. XLink supports not only traditional, or simple, links familiar from HTML, but also extended links. (Web site)

Language

  1. XLink: a language used for creating hyperlinks in XML documents XMLmosaic - A programming language contained in xml code.
  2. XPointer, the companion specification, defines a language which is expected to be used with XLink. (Web site)

Constructs

  1. This section describes the terms and concepts that are essential to understanding XLink, without discussing the syntax used to create XLink constructs. (Web site)
  2. XLink (XML Linking Language) "specifies constructs that may be inserted into XML resources to describe links between objects. (Web site)

Xslt

  1. The book offers practical knowledge of the two languages that underpin XML, XSLT and XLink. (Web site)

Value

  1. The value of each datatypeLibary attribute is transformed by escaping disallowed characters as specified in Section 5.4 of [XLink]. (Web site)
  2. In this case you need to select the value of xlink:href attribute, so move from the context homepage node along the attribute axis. (Web site)

Uri

  1. An XLink can be either a URI or a TEI-style Extended Pointer (XPointer), or both.

Oracle Xml Db

  1. Oracle XML DB supports only simple XLink links, not extended links. (Web site)
  2. Oracle XML DB supports only simple XLink links, not extended XLink links. (Web site)

Data

  1. In this column, I take a look at XLink and how you can use it to simplify the representation and transmission of data. (Web site)

Xml Document

  1. It specifies the data model and grammar for navigating an XML document utilized by XSLT, XLink and XML Query.
  2. XLink has option of activating automatically when XML document is processed. (Web site)
  3. The Top Five sample document provides an example of how simple XLink links can be used in an XML document. (Web site)

Traversal

  1. If the arc traversal rules for an extended link leave out any possible traversal pairs, XLink defines no traversal for these pairs. (Web site)

Important Application

  1. An important application of XLink is in hypermedia systems that have hyperlinks.

Production Systems

  1. As of 2009, XBRL is probably the most extensive use of XLink in production systems.

Generic Way

  1. One of the stated requirements on XLink is to support HTML linking constructs in a generic way. (Web site)

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