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FYI (For Your Information) Center for Software Developers with large collection of FAQs, tutorials and tips codes for application and wWeb developers on Java, .NET, C, PHP, JavaScript, XML, HTML, CSS, RSS, MySQL and Oracle - dev.fyicenter.com. | URL | Feed
Update: 2017/11/12 9:14:53 (Update)

info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 12, 2017

When using "@(...)" expressions in XML attributes as part of an policy statement, do I need to worry about string quotations? If you are using a "@(...)" expression in XML attributes as part of an policy statement, and string literals are used in the "@(...)" expression, the syntax of the final poli... - Rank: 108; Updated: 2017-11-12 15:14:53 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 12, 2017

How to enter < sign in '@(...)' expressions? < signs can be entered in '@(...)' expressions directly. For example, the following "set-variable" policy statement uses a "@(...)" expression that contains a < sign as the Boolean operator: <set-variable name="isTrue" value="@... - Rank: 108; Updated: 2017-11-12 15:14:53 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 12, 2017 | 1 reads

How to enter & sign in '@(...)' expressions? & signs can be entered in '@(...)' expressions directly. For example, the following "set-variable" policy statement uses a "@(...)" expression that contains a & sign: <set-variable name="name" value="@("John & Sons")... - Rank: 107; Updated: 2017-11-12 15:14:53 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 12, 2017

How to enter & entity in '@(...)' expressions? If you want to enter the & sequence in a '@(...)' expressions, you must enter it as &. This is because all XML entities will be decoded immediately, when Azure process the policy XML document. For example, the fol... - Rank: 107; Updated: 2017-11-12 15:14:53 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 12, 2017 | 1 reads

What will happen if "xml-to-json" policy statement is applied on an invalid XML document? If you apply the "xml-to-json" policy statement on the request or response body that has an invalid XML document, you will not receive any errors. What you will get is a string that looks like a corrupted XML d... - Rank: 112; Updated: 2017-11-12 15:14:53 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 11, 2017

What Is the RSS Document Structure? An RSS 2.0 Document is an XML document with the following structure: <rss version="2.0"> <channel> <title>...&l t;/title><link>...&lt ;/link><description>... </descri... - Rank: 114; Updated: 2017-11-11 18:59:25 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 11, 2017

What is the RSS "channel" element? The RSS "channel" element presents a group of RSS feed items generated by the same producer. The RSS "channel" element contains the following sub elements. title - REQUIRED. The name of your Website, if you are producing this RSS feed. For example: <title&am... - Rank: 113; Updated: 2017-11-11 18:59:25 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 11, 2017

What is the RSS "channel/image" element? The RSS "channel/image" element is an optional sub element of the "channel" element to specify a GIF, JPEG or PNG image that can be displayed with the channel. The RSS "channel/image" element contains the following sub elements. url - REQUIRED. The URL of a G... - Rank: 112; Updated: 2017-11-11 18:59:25 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 11, 2017

What is the RSS "channel/textInput" element? The RSS "channel/textInput" element is an optional sub element of the "channel" element to specify a text input box that can be used to send data back to the channel. The RSS "channel/textInput" element contains the following sub elements. title - REQUIRE... - Rank: 113; Updated: 2017-11-11 18:59:25 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Nov 11, 2017

What is the RSS "channel/item" element? The RSS "channel/item" element is an optional sub element of the "channel" element to specify a news item of this RSS feed. The RSS "channel/item" element contains the following sub elements. title - REQUIRED, if "description" is not specified. The title of th... - Rank: 115; Updated: 2017-11-11 18:59:25 -> Source




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