Program with DOM in C-C++
This tutorial is intended for C/C++ developers interested in writing XML applications using the DOM APIs as implemented in Microsoft XML Core Services (MSXML). It includes a series of simple examples written in C. The objective is to provide a quick and practical orientation, so that you can start to write your own XML applications.
These demonstrations are task-oriented, and are simplified for clarity. Therefore, their implementation is not always optimized.
This tutorial consists of the following demonstrations.
|How Do I?||Description|
|Get Ready to Work with MSXML (C/C++)||Discusses the requirements for using MSXML, and describes how to install the MSXML components.|
|Set Up My Visual C++ Project||Demonstrates how to set up a Visual C++ project to write your own XML applications in C/C++ using the XML DOM.|
|Include Headers and Libraries Manually||Performs the same functions as the Load an XML DOM Object from an XML File example, but incorporate headers and libraries manually.|
|Load an XML DOM Object from an XML File (C/C++)||Demonstrates how to create an XML DOM instance and load its content from an external XML data file.|
|Save an XML DOM Object to a File (C/C++)||Demonstrates how to serialize an XML DOM object in a text file.|
|Perform XSL Transformations (C/C++)||Demonstrates how to perform XSL Transformations.|
|Create an XML DOM Object Dynamically (C/C++)||Demonstrates how to create an XML DOM object programmatically, including processing instructions, comments, elements, attributes, CDATA sections, and text nodes.|
|Query XML DOM Nodes (C/C++)||Demonstrates how to query a DOM node or node-set using XPath expressions.|
|Validate XML (C/C++)||Demonstrates how to validate XML documents against an XML schema as well as how to validate document node fragments.|
|Manage Object Lifetime Using Reference Counting on Interface Pointers (C/C++)||Demonstrates how to manage the life-time of DOM objects when using raw interface pointers.|
|Use OnReadyStateChange in Visual C++ Applications||Discusses how to use the UseOnReadyStateChange event.|