XML and Microsoft

Joe Barrera (joebar@MICROSOFT.com)
Fri, 11 Jul 1997 12:29:07 -0700


Various bits about Microsoft support for XML. Don't know if you've seen
them already.

"Internet Explorer version 4.0 will support a few XML applications (such
as CDF). Microsoft will be supporting XML in future versions of Internet

There's also an XML parser in/for Java that one can download:

"The Java-based XML parser from Microsoft loads XML documents and builds
a tree structure of Element objects, starting with the root object of
type Document. Each XML tag can either represent a node or a leaf of
this tree. You can then browse and edit the tree using the methods of
the Element class, and you can save the tree back out in XML format. The
parser will also do DTD validation to ensure the XML is valid according
to the specified XML DTD."

- Joe

Joseph S. Barrera III (joebar@microsoft.com)
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