Posts Tagged ‘XML’

Wrox DRM-Free ebooks now lower priced than print

If you’ve been following my blog since February, you know that we started then with 24 Wrox ebooks that we began selling as DRM-free PDFs (PDFs with no digital rights management). We’ve listened to a lot of feedback about our DRM-free PDF ebooks this year and are happy to announce two really big permanent steps […]

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More than 60 Wrox DRM-free ebooks available

Today we’re thrilled to announce that Wrox has more than 60 first 24  DRM-free PDF ebooks are available for purchase from Wrox.com. Updated: We’ve been adding to this list of available DRM-free books for several months now. Please check back often for all the newest available books. Updated Dec 2010: Please see the news about […]

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SQL Server User Group & PASS Members Offer

I’m happy to announce our latest user group and PASS members promotion — 40% off of the following SQL Server books and available DRM-free ebooks. ISBN eBook Title List Price Your Price 9780470440919 NA Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Administration $49.99 $29.99 9780470257012 NA Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Programming $39.99 $23.99 9780470047040 9780470118863 Beginning SQL ServerTM 2005 […]

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Using XML, Twitter, and RSS Content in WordPress

Collecting External Content You have weighed the pros and cons of aggregating your online reputation into your WordPress site. The next question is how are you going to do it? And which sites are you going to include? Basically, you can only include sites that have an API to permit the consumption of the data. […]

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Using SOAP Headers with ASP.NET 2.0 Web Services

Excerpt from Professional ASP.NET 2.0 XML by Thiru Thangarathinam When you communicate with a Web service using SOAP, the SOAP message that is sent to the Web service follows a standard format. The XML document inside the SOAP message is structured into two main parts: the optional headers and the mandatory body. The Body element […]

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Report Solution Patterns and Recipes: Greenbar Reports

Excerpt from Professional SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services by Paul Turley, Hitachi Consulting Report Recipes As we have endeavored to solve various business problems, we’ve learned to do some interesting things with Reporting Services. On consulting engagements, I often find myself in front of a client who is asking questions like "can you do this […]

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