XML Schemas Should Be More Context Specific

I relived an intense past discussion while reading Uche Ogbuji’s nice introduction to XML elements and attributes design. We had discussed exactly the same issue, with the exact same examples of date and name to justify our decisions. What we ended up with was a lot different than what any of us had devised, because our examples were comletely out of context. [Continue]

Code Injection And Not Just SQL

Brian Sullivan points out that code injection need not be always through SQL. Though SQL injection is popular, malicious code can be injected through user input during any data retrieval, including for XML and LDAP. He discusses some techniques for protecting against the injection with the common principle of validating every single input from the user. [Continue]



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