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The xlink:type attribute defines the type of link There are two possible links: simple and extended simple This link associates a local resource with a remote resource, which is very similar to an HTML link A simple link is always outbound, meaning the remote resource cannot be a portion of the document that contains the xlink:type attribute extended This link associates any number of resources with local or remote resources Therefore, you use an extended type if you re referencing a resource contained within the same XML document as the xlink:type
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xline:show specifies the presentation of the resource There are five presentations: new, replace, embed, other, and none new This causes the link to be loaded into a new window or frame; it s similar to the HTML anchor tag we show here
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replace The linked resource replaces an existing resource This is similar to an HTML link where the remote resource overwrites the document that called the remote resource embed The linked resource should be inserted into the existing resource at the specified location This is similar to an image tag in HTML other This is used to enable you to define the behavior rather than depend on XLink none No information is provided
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The browser evaluates links in HTML each time it encounters them while processing the XML document In XML, links can be evaluated at specified times by specifying an attribute to the xlink:actuate element Four attributes are used with the xlink:actuate element: onload, onRequest, other, and none onload The onload attribute specifies that the resource that s linked to the document should be loaded immediately without any user interaction This behavior is similar to using the HTML image tag, where the image is immediately loaded and displayed within the HTML document onRequest The onRequest attribute causes the linked resource to be loaded only when a specified event occurs after the XML document has been loaded Think of the onRequest attribute as being like an HTML hyperlink where the linked HTML page isn t loaded until the web site visitor selects the hyperlink Selecting the hyperlink is the event that triggers loading the resource other The other attribute enables you to define the behavior that causes the resource to be loaded into the XML document The behavior occurs when the parser encounters a specified tag or markup in the XML document that you specify in the attribute This exact behavior is application defined
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none The none attribute is used when nothing is to happen with a link That is, the link is not used to load the resource into the XML document Next let s take a look at an extended link With a simple link, you re linking to one resource much the same way you do with HTML Here s an example of an extended link:
<schedule xlink:title="Jim Keogh s Courses" xlink:type="extended"> <relation xlink:type="arc" xlink:from="student" xlink:to="course"/> <relation xlink:type="arc" xlink:from="student" xlink:to="counselor"/> <relation xlink:type="arc" xlink:from="grades" xlink:to="student"/> <data xlink:type="locator" xlink:role="student" xlink:href="http://wwwjimkeoghcom/courses/student8765xml"/> <data xlink:type="locator" xlink:role="course" xlink:href="http://wwwjimkeoghcom/courses/course9443xml"/> <data xlink:type="locator" xlink:role="course" xlink:href="http://wwwjimkeoghcom/courses/course165xml"/> <data xlink:type="locator" xlink:role="course" xlink:href="http://wwwjimkeoghcom/courses/course893xml"/> <data xlink:type="locator" xlink:role="course" xlink:href="http://wwwjimkeoghcom/courses/course786xml"/> <data xlink:type="locator" xlink:role="counselor" xlink:href="http://wwwjimkeogh/counselors/jonesxml"/> <grades xlink:type="resource" xlink:role="grades" xlink:label="gradeshtml">32</grades> </schedule>
This link pulls together data from several different sources into one place It starts by defining relationships The student is associated with a course so the link is from the student to the course Similarly, the student is associated with a counselor so the arc is from the student to the counselor Grades are associated to the student so the arc is from the grades to the student The <data> parts of link are locators to tell the processor where to find the resources And last, the grades element pulls together the grades for the student
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