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Example 12  -  To read student details using XML
 
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To read student details using XML apply css on XML file data
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How to Create Simple XML Document
 
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Dököll Project XML - W3Schools Catalog Example in Eclipse
 
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Dököll Project XML - W3Schools Catalog Example in Eclipse
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XML Catalog Top # 7 Facts
 
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XML Catalog Top # 7 Facts
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What is a Punchout Catalog? (Ariba / eVa Example)
 
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What is a punchout catalog and how does your company start leveraging opportunities from Punchout. What are Procurement Systems? More at http://www.punchout2go.com Watch this Video that explains Punchout Catalogs on the Ariba Supplier Network. More details about Punchout Catalogs can be found at http://www.punchout2go.com
Views: 26152 PunchOut2Go.com
Easy and simple Explanation of XML Code
 
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This video helps in designing and developing of XML book catalog using styling of css. If you have any doubts please mention them in comments.
Views: 13 The Tech Guy
Creating a New Framework for Your XML Vocabulary presented by Alex Jitianu - Prague 2019
 
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A tutorial showing how specialized editing support for XML vocabularies can be added in Oxygen. This presentation will show you how to: - Use an XML catalog to enable validation - Customize the content completion beyond the schema restrictions by using a configuration file - Configure the visual editing by using on a library of styles - Increase user proficiency through custom actions - Publish DITA content to PDF by using CSS More information on the event page: https://www.oxygenxml.com/events/2019/oXygen-user-meetup-Prague.html.
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Using Windows ADK to create an autounattend.xml file in Windows Server 2012 R2
 
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This video demonstrates installing the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK), and Windows System Image Manager (SIM) to create an autounattend.xml file to deploy Windows. Link to the ADK for Windows 2012 R2: http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=39982
Views: 23825 Patrick Hornung
InDesign XML-catalogue
 
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Video showing how to generate an InDesign Catalogue from Excel, by using XML, XSL and scripting
Views: 5032 Publishingkonsult
How to configure the quantity of products to display
 
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In this video you will learn how to configure the quantity of products to display in your products pages of your HelloTheme. The quantity of products to display in your product pages can be set from your Magento Admin-panel or from the theme xml file (catalog.xml). This depends if the section of the xml file that handles the quantity is commented or not, if it's commented so the values will be taken from the Admin-panel, if not, you can set your values directly from catalog.xml file. The section of catalog.xml to be used for this also depends if your category is Anchor or not. You can identify where is each section by title between label xxxxx /label before the category section starts, example: Category that's not an anchor category: label Catalog Category (Non-Anchor) /label Category that's an anchor category: label Catalog Category (Anchor) /label
Views: 2131 HelloTheme
Catalog Production Software
 
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Catalog'nTime is designed to automate much of the process of creating a catalog. It uses a powerful relational database to store products and layout design information, which is then combines to build professional ftp pages in Adobe InDesign or Quark XPress. Pages created using the software are linked back to the database allowing price, description or pictures information to be updated at any time.
Views: 1987 locksidesoftware
Getting started with Ad Catalog for Android
 
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An introduction and getting started walkthrough for the Ad Catalog for Android, a sample project that demonstrates how to incorporate AdMob Ads into your Android application.
Views: 8914 Google Developers
Getting Started with AWS Glue Data Catalog
 
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Learn more about AWS Glue at - http://amzn.to/2fnu4XK. AWS Glue is a fully managed ETL (extract, transform, and load) service that makes it simple and cost-effective to categorize data, clean it, enrich it, and move it reliably between various data stores.
Views: 13835 Amazon Web Services
Catalog
 
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FileMaker & InDesign
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KAUI : Tenant Catalog Configuration
 
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Introduction Welcome to this new video about KAUI. Today, we gonna explore the per tenant catalog configuration screens. In our first video, we have reviewed the login process, and the creation of the first tenant and so we will assume in this video that you have already configured the tenant ‘Streaming Video’ in your system. Catalog Overview Kill Bill exposes a powerful catalog that not only allows you to define all the productS, planS associated with the business, but that also letS you define a set of rules to specify the behavior of the system; an example of such rules is to configure whether the system should generate a pro-ration credit upon early cancellation. Our catalog documentation is a good resource to read about rules. Each tenant can have its own catalog, which consists of a set of XML versions, the last one being the active version, that is used for new subscriptions, and the previous oneS are used to ensure that older subscriptions can retain their original attributes (for instance the original price in the case of a price change). KAUI allows you to upload such XML versions, but for beginners who simply want to get started or businesses with simpler needs, KAUI also provides a simpler interface to create Plans. Note that when using this interface, the XML is generated in the backend with a set of default rules, and adding new plans does not create an XML version but instead adds the new entries in the active XML version. Clicking on the + button will bring a form that will let you configure your new Plan: We will first create a new Product ‘UnlimitedStreaming’, with a MONTHLY billing period and specify a trial length of 7 days. We will then create another Product ‘LimitedStreaming’, with also a MONTHLY billing period and specify a trial length of 7 days. Our next Plan will be an AO ‘DVD’, that will only be available for the product ‘UnlimitedStreaming’. Let’s review the entries in our catalog. First, we can see that we have only one version, and then in that version, we can see our 3 plans. Note that we could add prices for different currencies by clicking on the ‘currency’ button on the left. At this point, we can check the full XML that has been generated by the system by clicking the ‘Enable XML View’. We have the ability to review the XML for each version but in our case there is only one. We can see (among other things) in the catalog, the list of products, default rules generated by the system, and the plans. Using the simple interface is a great way to get started, but for more advanced users who want to change the rules, or configure a lot of plans, prices, … this can get a bit slow, and so one way to do it is to edit the XML, change it as needed and then re-upload that XML from the same form where we had configured our plans. I hope this gave you a good overview on how to get started with your tenant-specific catalog configuration. I hope you have enjoyed this video. Please stay tuned for additional KAUI videos!
Views: 1218 Kill Bill
Using Indesign for catalogs with inline merge
 
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in this tutorial I will show you how to use inline merge for organizing photos and text in indesign the inline merge plugin link http://www.ozalto.com/en/solutions-en/downloads/
Views: 24736 CG Tutorials
XML Cross Table Example
 
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Cross Table Example. We've created an FAQ to assist in the generation of cross tables from XML: http://www.65bit.com/docs/example-of-easycatalog-using-xml-to-create-cross-tables/
Views: 927 65bit Software Ltd
XML Tutorial for beginners video. Learn XML basics programming tutorial. How to create XML file
 
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XML Tutorial for beginners video. Learn XML basics programming tutorial with Portnov Computer School http://www.portnov.com XML - Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a markup language that defines a set of rules for encoding documents in a format that is both human-readable and machine-readable. It is defined in the XML 1.0 Specification produced by the W3C, and several other related specifications, all gratis open standards. The design goals of XML emphasize simplicity, generality, and usability over the Internet. It is a textual data format with strong support via Unicode for the languages of the world. Although the design of XML focuses on documents, it is widely used for the representation of arbitrary data structures, for example in web services. Many application programming interfaces (APIs) have been developed for software developers to use to process XML data, and several schema systems exist to aid in the definition of XML-based languages. As of 2009, hundreds of XML-based languages have been developed, including RSS, Atom, SOAP, and XHTML. XML-based formats have become the default for many office-productivity tools, including Microsoft Office (Office Open XML), OpenOffice.org and LibreOffice (OpenDocument), and Apple's iWork. XML has also been employed as the base language for communication protocols, such as XMPP. The XML specification defines an XML document as a text that is well-formed, i.e., it satisfies a list of syntax rules provided in the specification. The list is fairly lengthy; some key points are: It contains only properly encoded legal Unicode characters.
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HOW TO Catalog Your Games
 
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I demo 6 of the most popular methods of organizing your game collection and show you the Pros & Cons of each. Get a Free Trial to Collectorz.com HERE & help support the Channel: http://www.pjatr.com/t/RkFGR0dETUFFRklHS0VBSElFSkg Please use the links below to get deals & help support Metal Jesus Rocks! Shop Amazon US * http://goo.gl/NNbc9M Buy old DOS games at GOG.com * http://goo.gl/Ezudc7 Collectorz Game Cataloging * http://goo.gl/i9ZZPA Donate if you enjoy my videos * http://goo.gl/CwivHm MetalJesus T-shirts & stickers * http://metaljesusrocks.redbubble.com Contact me: Twitter: @MetalJesusRocks Facebook: MetalJesusRocks Site: http://www.MetalJesusRocks.com
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How to make a catalog with webtocatalog.com
 
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Make a catalog with http://webtocatalog.com - Demo on how to make a pdf catalog from Amazon text file. http://screenr.com/UcM
Views: 22144 blulynegroup
Импорт (загрузка) каталога товаров в 1С-Битрикс из XML/YML - esol.importxml
 
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Ссылка на модуль http://marketplace.1c-bitrix.ru/solutions/esol.importxml/ Центр техподдержки: https://support.esolutions.su/ Email-адрес техподдержки: [email protected]
Facebook Product Catalog: This Is What Professionals Do
 
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To create a Facebook shop, product catalog and dynamic ads that Connect with the right people and drive sales with Facebook. Just using the WooCommerce Conversion Tracking Pro. Documentation: https://wedevs.com/docs/woocommerce-conversion-tracking/facebook/facebook-product-catalog/ Website: https://wedevs.com/woocommerce-conversion-tracking/ Blog: Track Facebook Pixel Conversion on Your WooCommerce Store- https://wedevs.com/121412/track-facebook-pixel-conversion-woocommerce-store/ Other Documentation: Pixel ID for Facebook- https://wedevs.com/docs/woocommerce-conversion-tracking/facebook/pixel-id/ Events for Facebook- https://wedevs.com/docs/woocommerce-conversion-tracking/facebook/events/ Scenario: At first enable WooCommerce Conversion Tracking Pro then Navigate to woocommerce conversion tracking. Have Facebook Product Catalog menu where we go to the products catalog page. First step create a catalog then select catalog type like E-Commerce. Submit a catalog name of choice. View recently created catalog. At the end Add Product. To Use Data Feeds select set a schedule & add a data feed URL from plugin Then add your Data feed URL login details previously set from plugin. At the last stage Start Upload Then Done to view all the recently uploaded products. Get started with WooCommerce Conversion Tracking
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Asset Catalog Creator Tutorial / Demo for macOS
 
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A brief look at how to easily make iOS and OSX icons and splash screens with Asset Catalog Creator for macOS Available now on the Mac App Store https://www.bridgetech.io/Asset%20Catalog%20Creator.html https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/asset-catalog-creator-resizer/id809625456?ls=1&mt=12 A NUMBER 1 DEVELOPER TOOL IN 69 COUNTRIES Asset Catalog Creator takes any image and creates a full set of icons, launch screens or pretty much any other type of image that you’ll need to make an app on any of Apple’s platforms. Unlike other icon generators, batch resizers or scripts, these are converted directly into the latest Asset Catalog format; eliminating any additional steps before they’re ready to use. As of iOS 12, there are 26 different image sizes needed for a universal app icon as well as another 26 different splash screen dimensions! Even if you already have an automated way of batch resizing images it’s a tedious process to identify and drag all of the files into their respective places and then deal with any misfitting sizes. Asset Catalog Creator is configured with well over 100 image dimension requirements so you’ll never need to look a size up again. Asset Catalog Creator is designed to be quick and easy to use and fit seamlessly into your workflow. All you need to do is add an image, point the app to where your project is, pick your icon type and export. The app finds the existing asset catalog(s) and has advanced merging abilities that allow it to append or overwrite based on your choices. If you’ve never used Asset Catalogs in your apps before, now is a great time to start. You’ll find managing and organising your image files much easier and you’ll also benefit from improved performance and reduced app install size, thanks to the smarter way asset catalogs are compiled and archived into binaries. LIST OF SUPPORTED ASSET TYPES iOS App Icon, Launch Screen, iMessage Icon watchOS App Icon, Complication tvOS App Icon, Launch Screen, Top Shelf, Top Shelf Wide tvOS Game Centre Leaderboard, Dashboard macOS App Icon Universal Universal and device-specific image sets, in @1x, @2x (Retina) and @3x (Retina HD variants or as single vectors ) FEATURES Continuously updated for the latest asset; currently, iOS 12 with iPhone Xs, Apple Watch Series 4, iPad Pro and 4K Apple TV icons etc. Support for importing images in numerous formats: png, jpg, bmp, pdf, svg and more Batch exporting options Automatic best image variant selection: add images at multiple sizes and have the closest match used for each asset Advanced image validations, letting you know when images are to be upscaled etc. Retaining vector images; automatically converting vector-based PDFs and SVGs into PDF assets Support for merging new assets into existing catalogs whilst maintaining your folder hierarchy Automatic image naming and renaming Previews for launch screens and tvOS Image Stacks Preset image sizes for assets used in-app, i.e. tab bar button size, nav title size etc. Automatic alpha removal handling, removing alpha channels where necessary to ensure iTunes Connect acceptance STANDARD AND PRO APP VERSIONS The app is available in two different versions, Asset Catalog Creator & Asset Catalog Creator Pro. Both versions have an identical set of features but have different pricing structures to suit your preference. Asset Catalog Creator gives you the ability to make iOS app icons out-of-the-box and you need to unlock the ability to create each additional type of icon via in-app-purchases. The in-app-purchases are all non-consumable so will be unlocked permanently and can be used across all of your computers. The difference with the Pro version is that every type of icon etc. is unlocked out-of-the-box and there is nothing additional in the app for you to purchase. For the latest news, updates and promotions follow me on Twitter @MarkBridgesApps
Views: 4001 Mark Bridges
Live from the London Loft | Introduction to AWS Glue
 
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Visit http://amzn.to/2x2aN6f for more information on the current live coding shows, upcoming episode schedule, or for recordings of previous broadcasts. To learn more about the AWS Pop-up Loft | London, please visit https://awsloft.london/. Host: Ian Robinson, AWS Specialist Solutions Architect Date: September 20, 2017 Live from the London Loft, AWS Specialist Solutions Architect, Ian Robinson introduces AWS Glue: a fully managed, serverless extract, transform, and load (ETL) service that makes it easy to move data between data stores. AWS Glue simplifies and automates the difficult and time consuming tasks of data discovery, conversion mapping, and job scheduling so you can focus more of your time querying and analyzing your data using Amazon Redshift Spectrum and Amazon Athena.
Views: 15481 Amazon Web Services
InDesign XML import demo
 
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Jasper Report Tutorial | Populate Table with XML data in Jasper Report from XML Data Source?
 
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Hello Everyone! In this video tutorial you will learn to create jasper report from xml datasource and here we will see the example to fill table with xml data using xml datasource. I have described every thing in easy way for beginners. After installation of jasper studio on windows 10 you will be ready to create jasper report. If you have not seen first tutorial on jasper report so please watch that video first and come back and continue with this video tutorial. Data source connection String: ((net.sf.jasperreports.engine.data.JRXmlDataSource)$P{REPORT_DATA_SOURCE}).subDataSource("/CATALOG/CD") *Please visit for more technical solutions on my site: https://www.coolithelp.com
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Ep. 7 - Product Catalog Part 1 - Advanced Drupal Development
 
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Advanced Drupal Development walks you through the complete processes of building a website using the Drupal platform. We will dive into advanced topics such as Drupal Commerce, Location and Gmap, Mailchimp Integration and more! Follow Me On Twitter - https://twitter.com/oneStopHTG Drupal - http://www.drupal.org OneStop - www.onestophowtoguys.com Jason Blanda - www.jasonblanda.com Archboard Media - www.archboardmedia.com Have Questions? Email Me At: [email protected]
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Smart Catalog - Automated Publishing
 
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Using WoodWing Smart Catalog and Adobe InDesign scripting, Plug & Play Technology can automate complex document and catalog creation.
Views: 8860 SmartPublishing
DataStage Hierarchical Stage
 
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This is a short video on DataStage to give you some insights on the Hierarchical Stage. Please feel free to contact us at [email protected] if you have any other questions. If you'd like to find out about our full course on DataStage please visit: https://www.pr3training.com/p/ds-edge-register-now
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How to configure proxy settings in Eclipse : javavids
 
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How to configure proxy settings in Eclipse if you are behind a proxy server. Part of Java online video tutorials: http://www.javavids.com
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simpleXML PHP tutorial learn to parse any XML files and RSS feeds
 
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Lesson Code: http://www.developphp.com/video/PHP/simpleXML-Tutorial-Learn-to-Parse-XML-Files-and-RSS-Feeds Learn to parse any XML based feeds or data using PHP and a for loop. You can target any popular website RSS and rip data straight from their feeds using minimal code that is very easy to understand. We use the simplexml_load_file() function to make an XML object out of the XML file online. An XML object that can then be parsed easily enough with a PHP for loop. The simplexml_load_file() function is part of the simpleXML extension of PHP.
Views: 76134 Adam Khoury
Punchout Catalogs: What suppliers MUST know for Punchout Catalog success -- Part 2
 
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http://www.CoreXpand.com/Punchoutvideos - Purchasing organizations are under more pressure than ever to find ways to cut costs and streamline purchasing processes. As a result, adaptable ecommerce technology is becoming increasingly popular. And a growing part of that overall e-commerce picture is PunchOuts catalogs. By adapting the way they present their products to buyers, forward thinking suppliers are creating powerful opportunities with larger clients. This 7 part series will give you no-fluff, cut-to-the-chase information that will tell you exactly what you need to know and, more importantly how to really make money with PunchOut catalogs. Here's the second of 7 critical questions that every business should ask before selecting a punchout provider, along with the second of 7 key punchout success principles that will help you get the most out of your punchout catalog investment. Note: If you are new to PunchOut technology, be sure to check out part 1 of this series. Question #2: Are there different types of PunchOut catalogs? The answer is yes, there are different types of PunchOut catalogs, and depending on your customer, which one you provide can make a big difference. In addition to the different connection protocols used by different types of e-procurement systems, there are also a few different catalog "levels" or ways that PunchOut catalogs operate. The current standard or highest level of PunchOut today is referred to as level 2, which allows your catalog data to be searched and displayed in multiple ways within the customer's e-procurement system. This current standard is in demand by large organizations, so it's best to be prepared by ensuring that all your PunchOut catalogs are capable of Level 2 applications. Level 1 versus Level 2 PunchOut Catalogs Punchout Catalogs give suppliers the ability to connect to eprocurement systems and still control the product marketing message, such as upsells on the main page. PunchOut websites also allow suppliers to present their products in a more "Amazon-like" way. This makes it easier for buyers to find more information about a product including multiple images, which hosted catalogs typically can't offer. Buyers can also select from multilevel or custom pricing and other interactive functions and features not available through hosted catalogs. Level 1 Punchouts, however, only provide search capability within the punchout catalog site and not the eprocurement system itself. Although they still make it easier for the buyer to make a buying decision with more information, the buyer has to learn navigate through different punchout site styles and search functionalities to find what they are looking for. In addition, buyers first have to search their eprocurement system to locate suppliers of a particular product and then search again for the product on the punchout site. Level 2 Punchouts, on the other hand, allow buyers to use the search functionality of their procurement application to search for products. The search results display products found in Level 2 punchout catalogs and provide a "Buy from Suppler" direct connection to the punchout site for that product. The buyer can then either return to the eprocurement application with the selected item in their requisition or continue browsing that punchout site for other products. That brings us to PunchOut Success Principle #2 Level 2 PunchOuts are VERY important to buyers and, for many companies, are a requirement for suppliers submitting bids and/or seeking contracts. Be sure your PunchOut technology provider knows the difference, and can create what your customer needs. You can see just how simple and affordable it can be to give your customers exactly what they need by visiting http://www.CoreXpand.com/PunchoutVideos Be sure to check out this entire video series, where you'll learn how to ensure your punchout catalog investment pays for itself time and time again, and how to use punchout catalogs strategically, for real sales growth. Until next time, here's to your success.
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Getting Started with AWS Glue ETL
 
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AWS Glue is a fully managed extract, transform, and load (ETL) service that makes it easy for customers to prepare and load their data for analytics. Learn more at http://amzn.to/2G8J5IG. You can create and run an ETL job with a few clicks in the AWS Management Console. You simply point AWS Glue to your data stored on AWS, and AWS Glue discovers your data and stores the associated metadata (e.g. table definition and schema) in the AWS Glue Data Catalog. Once cataloged, your data is immediately searchable, queryable, and available for ETL. AWS Glue generates the code to execute your ETL data transformations and data loading processes. The code is customizable, reusable, and portable. Once your ETL job is ready, you can schedule it to run on AWS Glue's fully managed, scale-out Apache Spark environment. AWS Glue provides a flexible scheduler with dependency resolution, job monitoring, and alerting.
Views: 30588 Amazon Web Services
Texet DVR-100HD Пример записи
 
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Запись в разрешении 848*480 Мой обзор видеорегистратора Texet DVR-100HD тут: http://market.yandex.ru/model-opinions.xml?modelid=7769948&hid=6269371 http://barnaul.dns-shop.ru/catalog/i138901/#opinion
Views: 31665 Denis Denisov
Bouml - Java catalog and reverse (English)
 
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Tutorial showing how to reverse Java code and to make a 'catalog'. Note this video was done with a very old free release of Bouml, but the principles are unchanged even new features was added since this version.
Views: 718 brunopagesbouml
Personalizing a Catalog with XMPie Cross Media Solutions
 
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Printed catalogs get the most consumer attention out of anything in the mail stream--even in today’s digital media-obsessed world. Adding personalization helps catalogs deliver significantly more revenue for retailers…all while keeping within a target marketing budget. With XMPie, you can transform catalogs into cost-effective, personalized marketing vehicles. See how in this video.
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Импорт торговых предложений из XML/YML-файлов - esol.importxml
 
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Ссылка на модуль импорта http://marketplace.1c-bitrix.ru/solutions/esol.importxml/ Центр техподдержки: https://support.esolutions.su/ Email-адрес техподдержки: [email protected] В данном видео рассмотрены возможные варианты импорта торговых предложений из XML/YML-файлов в 1С-Битрикс.
SSIS: Create SSIS Catalog and deploy SSIS Package
 
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Here I will show how to create a SSIS Catalog and deplay a SSIS project to it and exectue a dtsx package Please check my blog azizsharif.blogspot.com for more videos!
Punchout Catalogs - Part 1 - www.CoreXpand.com
 
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In Part 1 of this PunchOut Catalog video by http://www.CoreXpand.com, we'll demystify the concepts surrounding PunchOut and other e-procurement connections. You'll also walk away with a clear understanding of the potential for increased sales and how easy it can be for you to compete at the highest levels by making yourself "PunchOut ready".
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Get AWS API Amazon XML Data. Then Parse to create Flat.File.txt
 
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Retrieving Amazon catalog parent and child variation XML data, using Amazon’s AWS API. Also, parsing XML data and creating the txt template Flat File that you can upload to Amazon. We will not be using UPC’s.
Views: 1822 Julian Urquiola
From Zero to SAP Fiori and one custom app in 30 minutes
 
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Setup the SAP Fiori Launchpad, connect the SAP NetWeaver ABAP System with the SAP HANA Cloud Platform (HCP) using the SAP HANA Cloud Connector, create a SAP Fiori app using the Fiori app template, deploy to the ABAP backend, customize the Fiori Catalog and Group and assign it to a PFCG Role. All in 30 minutes. Check out the documentation at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MAEFOaCJK-qlJYGEoSBIlVxx0LQr56U3I2Ubq5e6VjU/edit?usp=sharing. Check out also the preparation video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ivu4LGvwvU.
Views: 113175 Gregor Wolf
Convert shapefile to Geodatabase in ArcGis
 
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Migrating existing data The easiest way to copy data from a personal geodatabase into a file geodatabase is to use the Catalog treeCopy and Paste commands. Copy/Paste is flexible because you can choose exactly what you want to copy. You can select everything in the personal geodatabase or just particular items, such as a set of feature datasets, that you want to migrate. For example, to copy a feature dataset from a personal geodatabase into a file geodatabase, create a new empty file geodatabase in the Catalog tree. Select the items in the personal geodatabase you want, right-click the selection, click Copy, then right-click the file geodatabase and click Paste. If you're migrating low-precision geodatabase data, the Copy/Paste and Export to XML Workspace Document methods automatically convert the data to high precision, setting the resolution to approximately 0.1 millimeters. This is a good default and works well in almost all cases. However, if you want the data to be stored at a different resolution, use the Upgrade Spatial Reference tool before migrating data with Copy/Paste or Export to XML Workspace Document. Upgrade Spatial Reference converts the data to high precision, allowing you to choose the resolution. Another way to exercise control over the resolution is to migrate with the Import/Export geoprocessing tools. To move shapefiles, coverages, or data in another format into a file geodatabase, use the same method that you would use to move the data into a personal geodatabase. Select the dataset in the Catalog tree, right-click, then choose the Export To Geodatabase command; use the To Geodatabase (multiple) command to export multiple datasets at once. You can also find these tools in ArcToolbox under Conversion To Geodatabase.
Views: 7233 Géo Tech
XML Final: CD Album Catalog - Fall 2015, J Andersen
 
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A narrated walkthrough of my final project submission to INFO 246, including XML, XSLT, and the outputted HTML.
Views: 58 Jon Andersen
Opencart Import/Export PRO - Lesson 09 - Importing vendor XML - YML Yandex example
 
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In this tutorial we will look at using and editing XML files from manufacturers.
Views: 392 DevmanExtensions
Part 8   XML validation against XSD
 
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In this video, we will discuss validating an XML file against an XSD (XML Schema Definition Language) file. Text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2014/09/part-8-xml-validation-against-xsd.html Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2014/09/part-8-xml-validation-against-xsd_2.html LINQ to SQL Tutorial - All Text Articles & Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2014/08/linq-to-xml-tutorial.html LINQ to XML Tutorial Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6n9fhu94yhX-U0Ruy_4eIG8umikVmBrk Dot Net, SQL, Angular, JavaScript, jQuery and Bootstrap complete courses https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?view=1&sort=dd What is an XSD file An XSD ( XML Schema Definition Language) file defines the structure of the XML file, i.e which elements in which order, how many times, with which attributes, how they are nested, etc. Without an XSD, an XML file is a relatively free set of elements and attributes. Steps to validate an XML file using XSD file. Step 1 : Create a new Console application. Name it Demo. Step 2 : Add a new XML Schema file to the project. Name it Student.xsd. Copy and paste the following XML. [?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?] [xsd:schema xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"] [xsd:element name="Students"] [xsd:complexType] [xsd:sequence] [xsd:element name="Student" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="4"] [xsd:complexType] [xsd:sequence] [xsd:element name="Name" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/] [xsd:element name="Gender" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/] [xsd:element name="TotalMarks" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/] [/xsd:sequence] [/xsd:complexType] [/xsd:element] [/xsd:sequence] [/xsd:complexType] [/xsd:element] [/xsd:schema] The above XSD specifies that 1. The root element must be Students 2. Students root element should contain atleast 1 Student element. More than 4 Student elements are not allowed. 3. Each Student element should contain the following 3 elements in the order specified. i) Name ii) Gender iii) TotalMarks Step 3: Add a new XML file to the project. Name it Data.xml. Copy and paste the following XML. [?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?] [Students] [Student] [Name]Mark[/Name] [Gender]Male[/Gender] [TotalMarks]800[/TotalMarks] [/Student] [Student] [Name]Rosy[/Name] [Gender]Female[/Gender] [TotalMarks]900[/TotalMarks] [/Student] [Student] [Name]Pam[/Name] [Gender]Female[/Gender] [TotalMarks]850[/TotalMarks] [/Student] [Student] [Name]John[/Name] [Gender]Male[/Gender] [TotalMarks]950[/TotalMarks] [/Student] [/Students] Step 4 : To validate Data.xml again Student.xsd file, copy and paste the following code in the Main() method. XmlSchemaSet schema = new XmlSchemaSet(); schema.Add("", @"C:\Demo\Demo\Student.xsd"); XDocument xmlDocument = XDocument.Load(@"C:\Demo\Demo\Data.xml"); bool validationErrors = false; xmlDocument.Validate(schema, (s, e) =] { Console.WriteLine(e.Message); validationErrors = true; }); if (validationErrors) { Console.WriteLine("Validation failed"); } else { Console.WriteLine("Validation succeeded"); } Note: Please include the following namespaces using System; using System.Linq; using System.Xml.Linq; using System.Xml.Schema; Step 5 : Run the application. Since the XML in Data.xml confirms to the XSD file, we get the message Validation succeeded. Step 6 : Remove [Name] element from one of the [student] elements in Data.xml file. Run the application again. Notice that the validation fails and we get the following error. The element 'Student' has invalid child element 'TotalMarks'. List of possible elements expected: 'Gender'. Validation failed
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XML Training Courses -  How to Use XML DTD Validation Using Eclipse
 
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This XML video tutorial from https://www.fireboxtraining.com/xml demonstrates the basic building blocks of XML, as well as validating XML using a DTD (Document Type Definition). We use the Eclipse IDE to view both the XML and DTD files.
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