This module provides students with an introduction to XML. The module
describes some of the problems currently facing organizations that need to store
data and interchange it between applications, and then shows the syntax for an
This module provides students with an overview of the principal technologies
associated with XML. The aim is to provide students with the big picture so that
they realize how all the pieces of the XML jigsaw fit together.
Apart from cascading style sheets (CSS) and Document Type Definitions
(DTDs), all the topics introduced in this module are revisited in greater depth in
subsequent modules. Therefore, there is no need to discuss topics exhaustively
Dịch vụ Web XML Thư mục. Vị trí trung tâm để xác định vị trí dịch vụ Web XML là các tổ chức bên ngoài tạo ra. Việc đăng ký UDDI là một ví dụ của một trong các thư mục này. Web Dịch vụ khách hàng của bạn có thể thậm chí không cần phải sử dụng này nếu bạn biết địa chỉ của các dịch vụ web bạn đang truy cập.
This module describes how most XML documents are generated dynamical
from another data source such as a database. An animation is provided on th
Overview slide to describe the overall purpose of the module.
The first part of the module introduces Active Server Pages (ASP). The
coverage is by no means comprehensive; the aim is to present enough
information about ASP to allow students to complete the lab, rather than to
provide an in-depth introduction to ASP.
There is no more authoritative pair of authors on Querying XML than Jim Melton and Stephen Buxton. Best of all, as readers of Jim's other books know, his informal writing style will teach you what you need to know about this complex subject without giving you a headache. If you need a comprehensive and accessible overview of Querying XML, this is the book you have been waiting for.
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[ Team LiB ] 1.2 Emergence of HDLs For a long time, programming languages such as FORTRAN, Pascal, and C were being used to describe computer programs that were sequential in nature. Similarly, in the digital design field, designers felt the need for a standard language
This topic provides an overview of Course 2663. There is a link at the bottom
of the slide that you can click to display an .htm file in Microsoft
Internet Explorer. This file provides a brief overview of the course, the
programming categories and tasks covered in the course, and the major XML
base classes in the .NET Framework.
This module provides students with an overview of the Extensible Markup
Language (XML) and its related technologies, as well as a high-level overview
of the XML support in Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Use XML to represent business data.
Format an XML document by referencing an Extensible Stylesheet
Language (XSL) style sheet.
Use XML Path Language (XPath) expressions in XSL programming.
List the XML features in SQL Server 2000.
Describe the SQL Server 2000 XML architecture....
This module provides participants with an introduction to Extensible Markup
Language Path Language (XPath). This module is not an in-depth technical
module. Rather, it is designed to give an overview of the breadth of XPath
capabilities and enough technical examples to illustrate why XPath is a very
important part of the Extensible Markup Language (XML) technology set.
Assumes you know nothing about XML or
XML based technologies.
Provides a basic introduction to XML
Demonstrates some of the basics of
working with the DOM, XSLT, Schema,
WSDL, and SOAP.
This section contains information that will help you to teach this module.
Welcome students to the course and introduce yourself. Provide a brief
overview of your background to establish credibility.
Ask students to introduce themselves and provide their background, product
experience, and expectations of the course.
Record student expectations on a whiteboard or flip chart that you can reference
later in class.
Use the diagram on the Remoting Overview slide to introduce the services
that are provided by the Microsoft .NET Framework for use with remoting.
You will cover each of these services in more detail in the subsequent slides
in this section.
This lesson provides an introduction to XSL and XSLT. Explain the
relationship between XSL and its subset languages: XPath, XSLT and
XSL-FO. Explain why XSLT was developed. You will present an overview
of XSL and present a simple example of a style sheet based on the working
draft of XSL that applies formatting to XML.
This module introduces students to BizTalk, which is both a framework for how
to use XML in e-commerce solutions and a set of tools that will aid in the
development of business-to-business e-commerce applications. The module
begins with listing the problems encountered in sharing data between disparate
applications, and describes how XML is a better solution than Electronic Data
Interchange (EDI) for business-to-business communication. The module then
introduces the BizTalk initiatives for providing a comprehensive e-commerce
Critical Database Concepts
new features include “invisible” indexes, simplified table maintenance, and editioned objects. You should evaluate your previous architecture decisions in light of the new features available. In the next several chapters, you will see how to install Oracle Database 11g and how to upgrade to Oracle Database 11g from prior releases. Following those chapters, you will see an overview of application planning, followed by many chapters on the use of SQL, PL/SQL, Java, object-oriented features, and XML to get the most out of your Oracle database.
This is an overview module. The instructional strategy depends on the quality
of your lecture. Be prepared to carefully and quickly explain the ideas presented
here. You have less than an hour to complete this module, so present each slide
without lingering on any particular topic. The modules that follow this one
discuss each issue in more depth.
More resilient to changes in the details of the XML
documents than low-level DOM and SAX. Memory intensive and suffers a performance penalty
Difficult to implement complicated business rules
Have to learn a new language
Can’t change the value of variables (requires recurs...