XML Data Islands OS Design Development (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)

1/6/2010

An XML data island is an XML document that exists within an HTML page. It allows you to script against the XML document without having to load the XML document through script or through the <OBJECT> tag. Almost anything that can be in a well-formed XML document can be inside a data island.

The following table shows operating system design information for the XML Data Islands functionality.

Concept Information

Dependencies

None.

Hardware considerations

None.

The following table shows the modules that implement the XML Data Islands functionality.

Item Module Component

XML Data Islands

Msxml3

None.

Data binding extensions

Mshtml

None.

The following table shows the Sysgen variables that control the XML Data Islands functionality.

Sysgen Variables Description

SYSGEN_MSXML_DATA_ISLANDS

Adds the XML Data Islands Catalog item to your OS design. This item enables you to use script against an XML document without having to load it through scripting or the <OBJECT> tag.

In addition to SYSGEN_MSXML_DATA_ISLANDS, the MSHTML data-binding component must also be added to your OS design. This can be done by setting SYSGEN_IE or SYSGEN_IESAMPLE.

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