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Data Exchange with Tekla Structures using XML files
 
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This video demonstrates using the Data Exchanger extension which allows partners and customers with their own data management applications to import a list of parts/assemblies into their applications using an XML file, then associate their own statuses and project data, and export that back to the Tekla Structures model. The Data Exchanger extension then acts as a data list interface for the imported data and allows users to easily highlight and zoom to objects in the model from the list or even filter the list based on selected items in the model. Also the application automatically loads a preset object representation visualization scheme that colorizes the model based on the imported data.
Views: 9423 Tekla Software
JSON VS XML for Data Transfer
 
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This Series is about building C# Fullstack Web Applications in ASP.NET using ASP MVC, Web API, the Entity Framework and a MS SQL Database. In this, the fourth part of the Series, the focus will be on using ASP Web API to create a Rest service that can be used by the MVC Application we already build. We will focus on we can use the ASP.NET Web API, to create a REST API that can provide a access point to our data so the MVC Application can get it. By doing this we will create a 2 Tier setup instead of the current MVC Application where we only have 1 Tier. The benefit of this will also be explained in the series. SourceCode can be found here: MVC (Tier 1): https://github.com/EASV/CS2015_PersonAppRestApi MVC (Tier 2): https://github.com/EASV/CS2015_PersonAppMVCUsingRestApi Before you take the 4. part of the course you may wanna look at: Part 1 - C# Basics: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8jcXf-CLpxrh40Y9XjK34nrKIzf2nKSO Part 2 - MVC Basics: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8jcXf-CLpxom-ccZajjJwWyQioU_1-Ii And Part 3 - Basics of Entity Framework in ASP.NET MVC: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8jcXf-CLpxqrpX0tSXcDBPWEbaJwIfq4 TutorialsTeacher has a lot of great Material on C# and ASP.NET MVC: http://www.tutorialsteacher.com/mvc/asp.net-mvc-tutorials entityframeworktutorial.net has a lot of great Material on EF6.0 that we use in this tutorial: http://www.entityframeworktutorial.net/ https://www.asp.net/web-api has som good material on the Web API
Views: 13310 Lars Bilde
Web data tutorial: Retrieving and displaying XML data | lynda.com
 
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This tutorial explains how to retrieve and display XML data using a client-side jQuery solution, as well as how to use that data to show four paintings in an online exhibition. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/course20/CSS-tutorials/Working-Data-Web/133326-2.html?utm_campaign=ppzYGd0wi_c&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube. This tutorial is a single movie from the Working with Data on the Web course presented by lynda.com author Joseph Lowery. The complete course is 2 hours and 21 minutes and shows how to store simple data without a database using web storage solutions like XML, JSON, YAML, and HTML5. Introduction 1. The State of Data on the Web 2. Handling Client-Friendly CSV 3. Exploring XML 4. Incorporating JSON 5. Investigating YAML 6. Applying HTML5 Solutions Conclusion
Views: 111282 LinkedIn Learning
Shipping Solutions® Export Software—Data Exchange Manager Using an XML File
 
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Learn how to setup the Shipping Solutions Data Exchange Manager (DXM) using an XML file.
Views: 15 Shipping Solutions
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Tugas Web Service: XML Data Exchange Music: Fantasy Music - The Realm of The Fallen King (Feat. Sharm)
Views: 55 Fiqri Khoirul
Chapter 10 XML Databases
 
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In this chapter, we discuss how to store, process, search and visualize XML documents and how DBMSs can support this. We start by looking at the XML data representation standard and discuss related concepts such as DTDs and XSDs for defining XML documents, XSL for visualizing or transforming XML documents, and namespaces to provide for a unique naming convention. This is followed by introducing XPath, which uses path expressions to navigate through XML documents. We review the DOM and SAX API to process XML documents. Next, we cover both the document and data-oriented approach for storing XML documents. We extensively highlight the key differences between the XML and relational data model. Various mapping methods between XML and (object-)relational data are discussed next: table based mapping, schema-oblivious mapping, schema-aware mapping, and the SQL/XML extension. We also present various ways to search XML data: -full-text search, keyword-based search, structured search, XQuery, and semantic search. We then illustrate how XML can be used for information exchange, both at the company level using RPC and Message-Oriented Middleware and between companies using SOAP or REST-based web services. We conclude the chapter by discussing some other data representation standards, such as JSON and YAML.
Views: 800 Bart Baesens
SQL Database Fundamentals: 12 Working with XML in Databases
 
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Would you like to learn the basics of relational databases? Join us for this look at SQL Database fundamentals, along with those of database management systems and database components. Get an in-depth introduction to the terminology, concepts, and skills you need to understand database objects, administration, security, and management tools. Plus, explore T-SQL scripts, database queries, and data types. Start with a look at creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. Then, learn about data manipulation, optimize database performance, and work with non-relational data. Get practical help on basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance. Take this SQL Database tutorial to prepare for additional online courses for database administrators (DBAs), developers, data scientists, and big data specialists. Check it out! 1 | Introduction to Databases View a course introduction, and get started with databases. 2 | Getting Started with Tables Get an introduction to concepts and techniques for creating tables, inserting data, and querying data in tables. 3 | Working with Data in Tables Learn about data manipulation using Transact-SQL (T-SQL), including INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE. Explore wrapper objects, such as views and stored procedures. 4 | Optimizing Database Performance Get an introduction to terminology and concepts for optimizing database performance by using indexes. 5 | Working with Non-Relational Data Explore additional types of data that can be used in modern databases, including XML and JSON. 6 | Basic Database Administration Learn about terminology and concepts for basic database administration, including installation and configuration, backup and restore, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
Serializer in Data Transformation in Informatica - XML File to Comma Delimited Flatfile
 
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This video describes how to create a simple serializer to convert a XML file into a comma delimited flat-file using Data Processor Transformation. Create a data processor transformation, create and configure a script with serializer, preview the example source and add the data processor transformation to the mapping. For more goto http://a2zinformatica.blogspot.com/2015/02/serializer-in-data-transformation-in.html
Views: 6447 Informatica HowTo
How to convert an excel file to a XML file using Data Transformation and PowerCenter KB
 
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This video KB demonstrates the steps to convert an excel file to an XML file using Data Transformation and PowerCenter.
Views: 6380 Informatica Support
How to convert COBOL EBCDIC data to xml and vice versa using DataTransformation
 
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In this video we will see how DataTransformations capability can be used to parse COBOL EBCDIC data and convert it to XML format and do the vice-versa.
Views: 6174 Informatica Support
Creating FATCA & CRS xml files with Fb TDE 2016 (Superseded)
 
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This video covers the 2016 version : Go To https://youtu.be/a75lURFGunA for the latest 2018 version with Data Integration Module to allow direct collection of data from SQL databases, spreadhseets and anything that supports an ODBC database connection. Find out more on our website http://flyingboat-wms.com/fatca-crs Overview: An overview of creating US FATCA and UK CDOT XML Tax Reporting files using Flyingboat Tax Data Exchange - a tax reporting tool for all types of financial institutions around the world reporting into jurisdictions all around the world. (CRS added for 2017) Fb-TDE is a single software hub to consolidate your multi jurisdictional tax reporting data in one place to simplify the process of finalising and validating data before making and tracking submissions with the relevant tax authorities. Fb-TDE generates the complex and highly technical XML files required by the tax authorities. Fb-TDE integrates completely with our Flyingboat Wealth Management Software, but for organisations with other administration systems we can offer the simplicity of direct data entry, data capture via spreadsheet route or we can discuss with you integration with your systems.
Views: 1834 Flyingboat Software
XML in Airline Industry
 
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The travel industry depends on the exchange of key search and booking data, usually via XML APIs. This video gives a simple view of how searches and bookings get transacted across the supply chain. APIs ensure that all parties to the transaction have the right information, and decoding XML can deliver valuable business insights. For more information: http://www.triometric.net/blog/item/what-is-xml Follow us on: Twitter: http://twitter.com/triometric LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/triometric YouTube: http://youtube.com/triometric http://www.triometric.net/
Views: 4940 Triometric
Import B2B Data Exchange Objects 9
 
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This video talks about importing Data Exchange Objects 9.
Views: 745 Informatica Support
Industry Data Exchange (IDX)
 
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With Industry Data Exchange (IDX), you can exchange eCommerce documents with your trading partners faster, easier and more securely, over paper-based methods. Better yet, if you're already using Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) for document exchange, IDX's internet-based hub delivers an average of 30%-40% — and up to 90% — savings over traditional Value Added Networks (VANs). IDX allows trading partners to send and receive EDI, EDIFACT, XML, Flat File, binary, or graphic documents via the internet, 24x7x365. Best of all, IDX is highly secure, allowing only authorized trading partners to view the documents you send. Benefits of IDX: -Spend less time on tedious document exchange processes -Easily track documents to ensure receipt -Save at least 30%—and up to 90%—over other leading VANs
Views: 2407 IDEA4Industry
How to use Netbeans IDE for Programming XML Files
 
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Many computer systems contain data in incompatible formats. A time-consuming challenge is to exchange data between such systems. XML is a generic data storage format that comes bundled with a number of tools and technologies that should make it easier to exchange specific XML 'applications' between incompatible systems. Since XML is open and generic, it is expected that as time progresses, more and more organizations and people will jump onto the XML bandwagon, both developers and data users. This should make XML the ultimate viable technology for certain types of data exchange. XML is used not only for exchanging information, but also for publishing Web pages. XML's very strict syntax allows for smaller and faster Web browsers and as such is well suited for use with Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and cellphones. Web browsers that interpret HTML documents, on the other hand, are bloated with programming code to compensate for HTML’s not so strict coding. The types of data generally well suited for encoding as XML are those where field lengths are unknown and unpredictable and where field contents are predominantly textual. An XML schema allows for the exchange of information in a standardized structure. A schema defines custom markup tags that can contain attributes to describe the content that is enclosed by these tags. Information from the tagged data in the XML document can be extracted using an application called a “parser”, and with the use of an XML stylesheet the data can be formatted for a Web page. XML's power lies in the combination of custom markup tags and content in a defined XML document. The purpose of eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is to make information self-describing. Based on SGML, XML is designed to support electronic commerce. The definition of XML, completed in early 1998 by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), describes it as a meta language — a language to generate languages. XML should steadily replace HTML on many Web sites because of some key advantages. The major differences between XML and HTML are captured in the following table. NetBeans is a software development platform written in Java. The NetBeans Platform allows applications to be developed from a set of modular software components called modules. Applications based on the NetBeans Platform, including the NetBeans integrated development environment (IDE), can be extended by third party developers. The NetBeans IDE is primarily intended for development in Java, but also supports other languages, in particular PHP, C/C++ and HTML5. NetBeans is cross-platform and runs on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris and other platforms supporting a compatible JVM. The editor supports many languages from Java, C/C++, XML and HTML, to PHP, Groovy, Javadoc, JavaScript and JSP. Because the editor is extensible, you can plug in support for many other languages. The NetBeans Team actively supports the product and seeks feature suggestions from the wider community. Every release is preceded by a time for Community testing and feedback.[5] Over 18 million downloads of the NetBeans IDE to date, and over 800,000 participating developers, the NetBeans project is thriving and continues to grow. A new version was released 8.2/october 3,2016.NetBeans IDE is the official IDE for Java 8. With its editors, code analyzers, and converters, you can quickly and smoothly upgrade your applications to use new Java 8 language constructs, such as lambdas, functional operations, and method references.
Views: 4725 DASARI TUTS
XML Tutorial
 
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http://www.frameworktv.com | LearnToProgram is now Framework. Visit and join for free daily videos teaching digital skills like coding and design. SUBSCRIBE TO THE FRAMEWORK CHANNEL http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=UC4msOaZNMfPwMe_ztV5jFH SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST (LEARN FOR FREE!) http://www.frameworktv.com/?src=YOUTUBE The XML Language (eXtensible Markup Language) has become more important in recent years as it has developed in to a primary tool for programmers to exchange data. Often when systems don't speak the same language they can still exchange data using XML. XML is used with Javascript, Java, Android, and just about every other important programming language... Understanding how XML works is essential. In this brief XML tutorial, master trainer Mark Lassoff, shows you the basics of XML an XML example and how to write XML code. VISIT US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/frameworkTechnicallySpeaking/ FOLLOW ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/fw_social INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/frameworksocial/
Creating CRS & FATCA xml files with Flyingboat-Tax Data Exchange 2018
 
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A video to introduce Flyingboat Tax Data Exchange 2018 - a reporting tool for generating CRS and US FATCA that features data integration to enterprise databases as well as data capture from spreadsheets.
Views: 294 Flyingboat Software
Excel Import and Export XML - how to Import and Export XML
 
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You can convert your Excel file to an XML data file, or vice versa. This enables you to exchange data between different applications. visit Dose for excel Add-In website: http://www.zbrainsoft.com/ Visit our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI4bMWYzrBTs47KINXL92Kw
Common Data Interchange Formats Tutorial Part 1: XML, JSON and YAML
 
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I have written a beginner book on how to use the Django web framework: https://leanpub.com/django-the-easy-way Web: https://SamuliNatri.com Github: https://github.com/SamuliNatri Twitter: https://twitter.com/SamuliNatri Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NatriSamuli
Views: 6858 Samuli Natri
How to Easily Transform Data into Multispeak and CIM XML
 
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www.safe.com - Learn how to easily transform data into Multispeak and CIM XML, without wasting time on programming. Find out how FME makes it easy to enable data exchange between all of your electrical utility systems (GIS, OMS, EMS, DMS, and SCADA) via open standards. Original recorded on November 10, 2011.
Views: 2115 FME Channel
Parser in B2B Data Transformation
 
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In this video you will have a understanding components of a Parser in B2B Data Transformation.
Views: 16672 Informatica Support
Parsing Unstructured Data Using Informatica - PDF to XML
 
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This Video explains how to create a Data Processor transformation with a parser to transform a PDF document to a flat file target in XML format. We create a Data Processor transformation, create and configure a Script with a parser, preview the example source, defined the parser, preview the Data Processor transformation, and then add the Data Processor transformation to a mapping. For more goto http://a2zinformatica.blogspot.com/2015/02/parsing-unstructured-data-using-data.html
Views: 23438 Informatica HowTo
How to Integrate PowerCenter with B2B Data Transformation
 
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This video covers the Unstructured Data Transformation in PowerCenter that is used to call the Data Transformation project.
Views: 27642 Informatica Support
Improve Data Exchange with GE Smallworld using FME
 
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www.safe.com - Learn how to quickly and easily move spatial data in and out of Smallworld with FME, the leading technology for spatial data transformation. Discover how to easily overcome format and data model barriers to improve access to spatial data so it can be used and shared. [Webinar recorded in May 2011]
Views: 3256 FME Channel
Informatica Data Exchange Product Demonstration
 
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This video provides a high-level overview of the problems industries are faced with in implementing inter-enterprise exchange of data with external trading partners.
Views: 3516 Informatica Support
170 Android Interprocess Data Exchange Part 1 |
 
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Launch Your First Android app with our TOP course at 82% OFF (24 hrs ONLY) HERE https://goo.gl/7veBXc "Learn How To Design + Code A Complete App From Scratch To Playstore" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWGGZCOHZ1k -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- This Android Tutorial video talks about the App Sandbox in Android. At the time of installation, each app is assigned a unique app user ID and can share data with other processes and apps that have the same user ID. This information can be set in the Manifest.xml using the android:shareUserId attribute.Thus interprocess communication in Android takes place OUR WEBSITE http://slidenerd.com OUR SOCIAL LINKS https://www.facebook.com/groups/AndroidProgramming/ Follow us on http://google.com/+slidenerd http://facebook.com/slidenerd https://twitter.com/slidenerdtech http://pinterest.com/slidenerd
Views: 31211 slidenerd
How to update B2B Data Exchange workflow parameter using Web Services
 
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This video demos how to update B2B Data Exchange workflow parameter using Web Services.
Views: 1314 Informatica Support
XML Exchange Development Tutorial with CAM Editor and NIEM dictionary
 
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How to build a working XML exchange with the CAM editor tool. Shows how to import an XML schema, tailor it using dictionary components, then generate actual XML examples with data hinting. Then export XSD schema, test the data and rules with the validation engine. To complete your XML exchange you need data models, documentation, mapping spreadsheet, wantlist and evaluation reports (that comply with the NIEM IEPD / NDR approach / UML). All these topics are introduced.
Views: 5486 David Webber
PolyConf 15: Data exchange formats by Przemyslaw Kaminski
 
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JSON or XML? Or maybe something else? I will explore the lesser-known areas of data echange formats including ASN.1, Google's Protocol Buffers, Apache Thrift and others.
Views: 1053 PolyConf
P6 XML Schedule Synchronization with Synchro PRO
 
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Synchro PRO is interoperable with industry standard scheduling and CAD software. This 15 minute Friday webinar focusses on importing a P6 schedule into Syncho PRO and data exchange settings for Synchronise, Combine & Integrate.
Views: 1040 Synchro Software
B2B Data Exchange MFT support bundle
 
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This video shows how to collect the support bundle forthe managed file transfer tool. This is used for troubleshooting any issues with MFT and it will have the log files, DEBUG files, etc to troubleshoot the issue.
Views: 1715 Informatica Support
Should I Learn XML or JSON?
 
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Should I learn XML or JSON? JSON or JavaScript Object Notation is sometimes called the fat free verison of XML. What does that mean? XML files are bigger, so they take more time to transfer. JSON files are smaller and faster. I guess that makes sense. I heard XML was used everywhere. XML used to be the standard for data interchange. XML was way better than SGML, the data transfer method it replaced. It is easy to read when properly formatted. But that isn't reason enough to keep using it. XML is still used for everything from log files to configuration files to email. It is used for APIs, too. XML still dominates APIs, but the APIs for Twitter and Foursquare are now JSON only. Doesn't it interact with databases? Big Data doesn't have a standard data exchange format like many apps do. However, JSON is preferred by NoSQL databases. NoSQL databases aren't standard, either. That's dominated by Oracle and other tools. Amazon's DynamoDB uses JSON. And Amazon is a major player. I've read about this language will replace this one and this software will wipe out the others, and yet the standard-bearer remains. And XML is pretty well entrenched. JSON doesn't use as much bandwidth. JSON is lightweight. It might not work well enough to replace XML. JSON is better than XML for the data exchange required for an internet of things, like smart meters and appliances that report their energy usage. That's a niche application, though with a billion devices it would be a big one. JavaScript is the basis of much of the internet. JavaScript's full stack version supports JSON. That will propel its usage, along with its smaller file size. Why are JSON files smaller? XML likes to model data as trees, whereas JSON can model data the way it is, even as a list. Ah, they've pruned the tree structure. JSON doesn't require schemas and avoids tree manipulation. That's attractive from an admin size. Surely XML has some advantages. XML is flexible. It has name spacing, and it is very extendable. But unless the data itself has a tree structure, JSON sounds better. Why not learn both? Then you can get paid convert XML structures to JSON.
Views: 21499 Techy Help
Tekla Open API: Import Export Model with XML
 
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This video shows how to use XML serialization for quickly reading and writing XML files into C# classes to import and export data from Tekla Structures. This is great for model interoperability, storing User Defined Attribute information, or practically anything into an XML file to act as a database.
Views: 1990 Christopher Keyack
How to import & export CSV files in dynamics NAV 2016 using XML ports?
 
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This video demonstrates the importing & Exporting of CSV files to & from dynamics NAV using Xml ports. XML ports can import & Export the data from a dynamics NAV table in fixed format, CSV Format & Xml Format. Xml ports can be used to communicate with any third party software such as communicating the data between dynamics NAV and a Mobile app or a customer facing website.
Views: 9089 Paragyte
ESP8266 Web Server and Websockets Using Arduino IDE (Mac OSX and Windows) | vs. AJAX and HTTP
 
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• Your support helps me post videos more frequently: https://www.patreon.com/acrobotic https://www.paypal.me/acrobotic https://buymeacoff.ee/acrobotic BTC: 1ZpLvgETofMuzCaKoq5XJZKSwe5UNkwLM ========== • Find me on: https://twitter.com/acrobotic https://facebook.com/acrobotic https://instagram.com/acrobotic ========== • Parts & supplies: https://acrobotic.com/shop https://amazon.com/shops/acrobotic ========== In this video I show you how to get started with WebSockets, one of the latest web technologies for exchanging data between web clients and web servers. We've seen how to use HTTP requests from a web browser to request data from a web server running on the ESP8266 (https://youtu.be/VNgFbQAVboA). A problem is that every time the client sends a request, the entire webpage needs to be reloaded. We saw how using XML HTTP requests and AJAX allowed for dynamically updating parts of the webpage (https://youtu.be/ZJoBy2c1dPk). With websockets the data exchange between a client and server is much easier, faster, and doesn't need a request to be made by the client. In this tutorial, I build a webpage that: 1. Allows me to display text data sent from the server using the Serial Monitor for text input. 2. Allows me to send text data to the server using the Serial Monitor as a display output. 3. Allows me to change the value of a slider to set the brightness value of an LED that's controlled by the web server running on the ESP8266. ACROBOTIC WeMos Development Kit for ESP8266: https://acrobotic.com/products/acr-00027 https://amzn.to/2PBK2KE (affiliate) ACROBOTIC WeMos D1 Mini V2 Development Board for ESP8266: https://acrobotic.com/products/acr-00017 https://amzn.to/2D3KiA6 (affiliate) Detailed guide for getting started with the WeMos ESP8266 Development Board: https://learn.acrobotic.com/tutorials/post/wemos-d1-mini-esp8266-getting-started https://youtu.be/GQIT_NMhgFw Firmware for the Arduino IDE: https://github.com/acrobotic/Ai_Tips_ESP8266/tree/master/webserver_websockets Websockets library for Arduino (best installed through library manager): https://github.com/Links2004/arduinoWebSockets Music by andyclassical. https://audiojungle.net/user/andyclassical/portfolio. Envato's Music Standard License. ========== #ESP8266 #Arduino #Tutorial
Views: 17253 ACROBOTIC
Quick XML Exchange development with CAM
 
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Show cases developing an XML exchange, using a student education example. XML components are selected from an education domain dictionary (PESC) and added using drag and drop techniques. The completed XML exchange is then tested and validated. Models, XSD schema and documentation are then built to complete the exchange artefacts. #cameditor #niem #xml
Views: 21218 David Webber
Import & Export Voucher In Tally ERP 9 in Hindi
 
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Now learn how to import and export voucher in tally erp 9 in hindi /urdu language by computer Learning Channel on Youtube.
Views: 98667 Computer Learning
Transfer data from one Excel worksheet to another automatically
 
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Our Excel training videos on YouTube cover formulas, functions and VBA. Useful for beginners as well as advanced learners. New upload every Thursday. For details you can visit our website: http://www.familycomputerclub.com Nisha - a webiste visitor at familycomputerclub.com - has the following query: 'I am working in a small call center and when our clients call, we take the basic details like user_name, User_id, phone_number, problem. Now what I want is, when a call comes we will note down all the above mentioned details in to an excel sheet and when I click on update this data should be saved in another excel sheet. Thanks in advance! Nisha P.S.: What is a variable in Excel VBA?' We use a command button and code it using VBA so that the data entered by an operator is automatically transferred to another worksheet on click. Such a data transfer can also happen in a networked environment using the 'share workbook' feature in MS-Excel. You can also use the 'skydrive' on your hotmail account to share files. Link to sharing workbooks on a network: http://www.familycomputerclub.com/excel/shared-workbook-in-excel How to share a workbook on SKYDRIVE: http://www.familycomputerclub.com/how-to-share-files-on-net.html For the complete macro code: http://familycomputerclub.com/transfer-data-from-one-excel-worksheet-to-another-automatically.html Get the book Excel 2016 Power Programming with VBA: http://amzn.to/2kDP35V If you are from India you can get this book here: http://amzn.to/2jzJGqU
Views: 1136878 Dinesh Kumar Takyar
Informatica : Reading XML Data Without Using Joiner Transformations
 
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Reading XML data in informatica without using Joiner Transformations
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XML/SQL Exchange - NIEM IEPD Training: ULEXS getDataItem vehicle license worked example
 
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See how to build a working XML query/response system with SQL database accessing using NIEM ULEXS schema and dictionary. Using the CAM toolkit we demonstrate quickly building everything needed. Taking the existing ULEX-SR schema, first ingest it then clean it up by removing unnecessary parts. Next adapt it by adding vehicle search results details from LEXS v4.0 dictionary components via drag and drop visual design. Validate the structure components for consistency with the NIEM NDR and build and view your data models, then export your XSD schema and JAXB bindings. Then switch to the SQL viewer and pick and map your SQL table components into the vehicle search results XML structure. Save and run live with SQL data to verify desired results output. Next add a parameter filter to select only the requested data record based on license ID number. Then validate the XML content using the CAMV engine. Document your completed XML exchange, and package the NIEM IEPD artifacts. Congratulations, with a few more steps you can integrate the solution into your messaging middleware and complete the application web services. Credits: Recorded on Ubuntu using Kazam and OpenShot. Disclaimer: the information in this video and the views expressed on this topic are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle's products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.
Views: 1100 David Webber
Kepware OPC DA client exchange data with WINCC OPC DA Between 2 PCs
 
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PC2 is used Kepware OPC DA client exchange data with PC1 WINCC OPC DA
Views: 2071 Xuan Ky Automation
Introduction to Oracle Open-XDX for Open Data API delivery from SQL to XML
 
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This video is in two five minute sections. The first section provides an executive level introduction to the concepts and overall operational view. This is then followed by a 5 minute demonstration of creating a working Open Data API using the CAM Editor and Open XDX software tools along with Oracle WebLogic web services. For the demonstration we take a sample MySQL database and mock patient prescriptions data and quickly build a working NIEM XML query/response web service. We show how this is done using code-free methods and XML templates to configure the information exchange components. For working code samples, latest downloads and more information please visit the open source project web sites: http://www.verifyxml.org/ and the CAM editor toolkit site: http://www.cameditor.org
Views: 2064 David Webber
Michael Kay: XSLT in the browser (XMLPrague 2011)
 
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Some say that XML "on the web" (meaning "on the browser") has failed. For documents, web servers generally deliver HTML+CSS, using a wide variety of server-side tool chains to create it (often from XML). For AJAX-style data exchange, JSON has become the popular choice. But others think that XML has merely been waiting in the wings, and that after years of waiting, we are finally starting to see the kind of technology on the browser platform that is needed to make client-side XML processing a reality. The reason it has taken so long for SVG to become established is that it took years of user pressure on browser vendors to make it possible; similarly, it is only in the last year or two that client side XForms and XSLT 1.0 have become technically feasible on a sufficient range of installed browsers. Clearly, the argument goes, when the only tools available for processing XML on the client were JavaScript and the DOM, then no-one would find that very attractive; with better tools, the landscape will change. http://www.xmlprague.cz/2011/sessions.html#XSLT-on-the-browser
Views: 3576 XMLPrague
Import & export XML data, XML maps and schema in excel
 
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This video assignment focuses on the use of Excel in manipulation of XML documents. A brief introduction to XML is given at the start of the video. XML is a complex machine readable document with well-defined schema. The drawbacks of editing such an XML document in a text editor, say notepad is discussed. EXCEL can be used as a powerful tool to edit XML documents. In this video, an overview of XML schema, and maps are provided. Automatic XML schema generation when importing XML files is discussed. The pitfalls of importing different schema into the same excel worksheet, refreshing XML data from external sources, are discussed. Finally, the steps to export the excel data table to an XML document is discussed.
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Introduction to Web Services Testing
 
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Introduction to Web Services Testing, Why Web Services Testing?, Web Services Test Tools, and How to conduct Web Services Testing. 1. What is Web Service? . Web Services is the mechanism or the medium of communication through which two applications / machines will exchange the data irrespective of their underline architecture and the technology. 2. Why is Web Service Needed? . In general, software applications are developed to be consumed by the human beings, where a person sends a request to a software service which in-turn returns a response in human readable format. . In the modern era of technology if you want to build a software application you don't need to build each and everything from scratch. There are lots of ready-made services available which you can plug into your application and you can start providing those services in your application. For example you want to display weather forecast information you don't need to collect, process and render the data in your application. You can buy the services from the people who already well-established in processing and publishing such kind of data. Web services allow us to do these kind of implementations. 3. How to implement Web Services? . Web Services can be implemented in different ways, but the following two are the popular implementations approaches. i. SOAP - Simple Object Access Protocol ii. REST -Representational State Transfer architecture 4) What is SOAP? . SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is a standard protocol defined by the W3C Standard for sending and receiving web service requests and responses. . SOAP uses the XML format to send and receive the request and hence the data is platform independent data. SOAP messages are exchanged between the provider applications and receiving application within the SOAP envelops. . As SOAP uses the simple http transport protocol, its messages are not got blocked by the firewalls. 5. What is REST? . REST means Representational State Transfer; it is an architecture that generally runs over HTTP. . The REST style emphasizes the interactions between clients and services, which are enhanced by having a limited number of operations. . REST is an alternative to SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and instead of using XML for request REST uses simple URL in some cases. 6. What is WSDL? . WSDL (Web Services Description Language) is an XML based language which will be used to describe the services offered by a web service. 7. What is Web Service Testing? Web Services Testing is testing of Web services and its Protocols like SOAP & REST. To test a Web Service you can, . Test Manually . Create your own Automation Code . Use an off-the shelf automation tool like SoapUI. Web Service Testing involves following steps - i. Understand the WSDL file ii. Determine the operations that particular web service provides iii. Determine the XML request format which we need to send iv. Determine the response XML format v. Using a tool or writing code to send request and validate the response Suppose we want to test a Web Service which provides Currency Conversion Facility. It will the current conversion rates between the different countries currency. This service we can use in our applications to convert the values from one currency to the other currency. 8. Using a Tool or Writing Code to Test Web Services.... . There are lots of tools available to test web services. SoapUI is one of the popular tool which will help us to test the web services. . In fact you can use the any programming language which is capable of sending the XML request to the web service provider application over the http and able to parse and validate the response XML against the expected result. In our case, we can test the Web Service, . Using Java . Using SoapUI 9. What is SoapUI? . SoapUI is an open source, cross-platform testing tool. It can automate functional ,regression, compliance and load testing of both SOAP and REST web services. . It comes with an easy-to-use graphical interface and supports industry-leading technologies and standards to mock and stimulate behavior of web services.
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Apogee Prepress v10 – Automate data exchange using PrintSphere
 
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Apogee Prepress, the workflow solution of Agfa Graphics, can automate data intake using the cloud-based PrintSphere service. Customers can upload PDF files directly to a prepress job, based on an email invite. PrintSphere also automatically creates off-site backups of the Apogee Prepress database. http://www.printsphere.com
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