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Namespace

In computer languages, the context in which a term can have only a single meaning. For example, two files may not have the same name within a directory. In this case, the directory forms the namespace for the files.
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The XPointer scheme allows the user to point to specific elements in XML documents and data, while the XPointer xinlnso scheme brings the power of XML Namespaces to the XPointer Framework, giving a way to avoid name collisions between schemes and provide namespace binding information for use within other schemes.
It is an agreement reached within the XBRL International Consortium on how to use XML and other related technologies (XML namespaces, XML Schema, XLink) to represent data and documents found in operational and accounting system ledgers and subledgers, such as accounting entries, trial balances, charts of accounts, payroll information, AR/AP, inventory items, statistical indicators, and more.
The author discusses XHTML, XML namespaces, DTDs, XSLT, XPath, the document object model (DOM), RSS, web services, databases, and manipulating XML with JavaScript and PHP.
The author explains the usual XML concepts of elements, attributes, entities, Document Type Definitions, XML Schema, XML namespaces, XPath, translation, XLink, XPointer, and other XML-related topics.
An additional major metadata development has been the employment of W3C's XML Schemas and XML Namespaces to combine metadata elements from different domains/namespaces into "application profiles" or metadata schemas that have been optimized for a particular application.
To meet future market requirements, Tamino XML Server 4.1 offers a new and enhanced functions adhering to XML standards such as XML Schema, XML namespaces, XML Signatures and XQuery.
The new offering includes a number of extra functions such as XML Schema, XML namespaces, XML Signatures and XQuery.
To ease processing, XML has several internal mechanisms that insure the structure of an XML document: document type definitions (DTDs), XML schemas, and XML namespaces. Developers use these mechanisms to define the rules that process data.
"In conjunction with XML Namespaces, XML Schema is the language for building XML applications."
Tests to include XML namespaces, X-Pointer/X-Link, and XML schemas will be added when the recommendations become available."