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    Default Strong Typed XML

    I would like to know what exactly is Strong typed xml. Didn't get good material in Google.
    Any good info would be of much help.


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    Default Re: Strong Typed XML

    Quote Originally Posted by tcstcs View Post
    I would like to know what exactly is Strong typed xml. Didn't get good material in Google.
    Any good info would be of much help.
    Strong typed XML is the type of variables that was checked at compile time. Weak typing is checking the types of the system at run-time. That means Strong typed variables won't cause any surprise during the XML execution

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    Default Re: Strong Typed XML

    Do u mean to say that, Strong type xml will have either DTD/XSD and weak type doesn't have it. Can u explain bit more about how xml variables will be checked at compile?

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    Default Re: Strong Typed XML

    Quote Originally Posted by tcstcs View Post
    Do u mean to say that, Strong type xml will have either DTD/XSD and weak type doesn't have it. Can u explain bit more about how xml variables will be checked at compile?
    too complicated to explain here in several lines. Try here: XML.com: A Data Model for Strongly Typed XML
    or Make your XML strongly-typed: Because you can, and its easy - Diary Of A Ninja

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