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Creates an XML document object.

Note: The createDocument method is supported in Internet Explorer from version 9, but it creates an HTML document, not an XML document.

Syntax:

object.createDocument (namespaceURI, qualifiedName, docTypeObj);

You can find the related objects in the Supported by objects section below.

Parameters:

namespaceURI Required. String that specifies the namespace URI for the documentElement (root node). qualifiedName Required. String that specifies the name of the documentElement (root node). If an empty string is specified, the new XML document will have no root node. docTypeObj Required. Reference to a doctype object that specifies the document type of the XML document. Use the createDocumentType method to create a doctype object. Set to null if no document type is needed.

Return value:

Returns the newly created XMLDocument object.

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Creates an XML document object.

Note: The createDocument method is supported in Internet Explorer from version 9, but it creates an HTML document, not an XML document.

Syntax:

object.createDocument (namespaceURI, qualifiedName, docTypeObj);

You can find the related objects in the Supported by objects section below.

Parameters:

namespaceURI Required. String that specifies the namespace URI for the documentElement (root node). qualifiedName Required. String that specifies the name of the documentElement (root node). If an empty string is specified, the new XML document will have no root node. docTypeObj Required. Reference to a doctype object that specifies the document type of the XML document. Use the createDocumentType method to create a doctype object. Set to null if no document type is needed.

Return value:

Returns the newly created XMLDocument object.

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Creates an XML document object.

Note: The createDocument method is supported in Internet Explorer from version 9, but it creates an HTML document, not an XML document.

Syntax:

object.createDocument (namespaceURI, qualifiedName, docTypeObj);

You can find the related objects in the Supported by objects section below.

Parameters:

namespaceURI Required. String that specifies the namespace URI for the documentElement (root node). qualifiedName Required. String that specifies the name of the documentElement (root node). If an empty string is specified, the new XML document will have no root node. docTypeObj Required. Reference to a doctype object that specifies the document type of the XML document. Use the createDocumentType method to create a doctype object. Set to null if no document type is needed.

Return value:

Returns the newly created XMLDocument object.

definition of ‘data island’ ( wikipedia )

A data island is a data store, such as on a PDA or other computing device, that has non-existent or limited external connectivity.
This limits the ability of the user to synchronize with or copy the data to other devices. Though new data can be added to the system, the ability to move that data elsewhere is impractical or impossible.
Data islands, in general, contain a very huge set of data relative to its small physical space that it occupies. The connectivity here does not necessarily imply a hardware interface. For example, it may be a result of poorly written system interface software.
A data island is a subset of entities that are connected to each other via relationships, but that are independent of other entities within the same data store.

definition of ‘data island’ ( wikipedia )

A data island is a data store, such as on a PDA or other computing device, that has non-existent or limited external connectivity.
This limits the ability of the user to synchronize with or copy the data to other devices. Though new data can be added to the system, the ability to move that data elsewhere is impractical or impossible.
Data islands, in general, contain a very huge set of data relative to its small physical space that it occupies. The connectivity here does not necessarily imply a hardware interface. For example, it may be a result of poorly written system interface software.
A data island is a subset of entities that are connected to each other via relationships, but that are independent of other entities within the same data store.