Is it possible to call a comand line program from within an Xml File Preprocessor. I have a connection string that is encrypted in a settings file and i want to decrypt it before assigning it to the conString value
i am new user and its my first question that i seek an answer or some sort of answer that will help me with my work so please don't judge me
So if anyone is interested in solving my problem it will be from big help to me.
Um... I know you're new and all, but you just asked a dumb question. You want to use client side code, but you want it to run on the server ? How does that make sense ?
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Hi am a LAMP developer and our team are about to embark on a version 2 of a web based application, with an upgrade of client tier to AJAX. For client-server communication we have narrowed down the options to XML and JSON was wondering what are the benefits and drawbacks of both. Right now am leaning towards JSON?
As opposed to embedding an image within a Microsoft Word 2007 document, I have been looking for the possibility of using XML to link to another location on the network where the image files would be stored locally.
Is this possible? If so, would anyone be able to help by pointing me in the direction of learning more knowledge on this subject?
I ALSO HAVE XSD FILE VALIDATING THIS XML FILE AND WHEN I BULKINSERT IT IN MY DATABASE ELEMENT NAMES WITH
HYPHEN ARE NOT INSERTING <FIRST-NAME>JOHN </FIRST-NAME> , <LAST-NAME>MILLER </LAST-NAME>
WHERE AS NON-HYPHEN ELEMENTS <AGE>25 <AGE> INSERTED FINE.
HOW CAN I VALIDTE THE HYPHENATED ELEMENTS WITH MY XSD AND THEN INSERT INTO DATABASE. PLS HELP
i don't know if i'm posting at the right forum ....so plz be merciful
i'm not familiar with the SOAP protocol or with the web services....i searched ggogle did'nt foundsomething useful on how to work with web services and implement it in my desktop application or my web application ...so any links would be appreciated