XMLports was introduced with Navision 4.0 – they act like dataports, with a small difference. They can only be used for XML-formatted data and they must by executed from some other routine. In the XMLport […]
There is an error in the XML DOM automation which can cause Navision to crash. This looks like a kind of memory leak and will therefore often occur in automated/scheduled jobs. The error occurs when […]
XML are validated with a DTD or with an XML Schema. Document Type Definition (DTD) defines the legal elements of an XML Document. <!DOCTYPE note SYSTEM “external.dtd”> <root> XML Schema is an XML-based alternativ to […]
Following rules must be applied when working with XML: Single, unique root element Matching open/close tags Consistent capitalisation Correctly nested elements (no overlapping elements) Attribute values enclosed in quotes No repeating attributes in an element
XML documents must contain a root element. All other elements must be nested within the root element. All elements can have sub (children) elements. Elements with sub elements are also called Nodes.
XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language XML is a markup language like HTML XML provides a uniform method for describing and exchanging structured data Describes structure and semantics, not formatting XML focuses on providing information […]