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
Geared toward experienced developers, this reference demonstrates how Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE), and XML technologies can be used together to create more robust distributed applications and software systems. The use of XML technology to extend and enhance the capabilities of the J2EE platform is covered in detail. Discussed are J2EE and XML integration at each layer of an n-tier distributed application model. Design patterns, tradeoffs, and decision criteria are provided in terms of individual XML and J2EE technology combinations....
This module describes how to create and use Microsoft XML schemas to
validate XML documents. Students have already been introduced to the concept
of validation in Module 2, ìOverview of XML Technologies.î In that module,
we introduced the need for validation, showed the syntax of simple Document
Type Definitions (DTDs), and briefly mentioned the use of XML schemas as
the preferred alternative to DTDs.
After completing this unit, you should be able to: Describe the basic rules of XML, describe what it means for an XML document to be well-formed, list the components that make up an XML document, differentiate between XML and HTML, describe the internationalization support in XML, define some best practices for XML.
After completing this unit, you should be able to: List the characteristics of an XML document that help determine the right type of database, define and describe content management databases, compare relational database structures to XML document structures, list the limitations of relational data tables with structured data, define and describe what Object-Oriented databases provide, describe the status of XML-based queries.
XML Schema is poised to play a central role in the future of XML processing, especially in Web services where it serves as one of the fundamental pillars that higher levels of abstraction are built upon. This unit describes how to use the XML Schema definition language in more detail.
This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of XML and its significant derivative companion technologies: XML Schema, Namespaces, XPath, and XSL Transformations. Document Type Declarations (DTDs) are also introduced. The course is targeted to Information Technology professionals involved in the exchange of information using XML as the data transport mechanism.
After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Describe the reasons for using DTDs, define well-formed versus valid documents, define the grammar rules for an XML document using DTDs, describe the difference between non-validating and validating processors,...
After completing this unit, you should be able to: Understand what an XML Schema represents, list and describe the reasons for using XML Schema, list the key features of the XML Schema definition language, define the grammar rules of an XML document using the syntax of the XML Schema definition language, list and define the best practices to use when using XML Schema, describe the status of XML Schema in the industry.
After studying this chapter you will be able to: Describe the reasons for using XPath, define the components and constructs that make up the XML Path Language, write simple XPath expressions, identify abbreviated XPath expressions, describe how to partition the XPath document, define the current status of XPath in industry.
The purpose of a Document Type Definition (DTD) is to define the legal building blocks of an XML document. It defines the document structure with a list of legal elements. A DTD can be declared inline in your XML document, or as an external reference.
JBuilder provides several features and incorporates various tools to
provide support for the Extensible Markup Language (XML). XML is a
platform-independent method of structuring information. Because XML
separates the content of a document from the structure, it can be a useful
means of exchanging data. For example, XML can be used to transfer data
between databases and Java programs.
Welcome to the XML.NET Developer’s Guide! We have taken great care to create a
quality reference book for XML programmers who want to enhance their coding
skills to include applications for the .NET platform.This book assumes that you do
have previous exposure to XML and are familiar with VB.NET, C#, and ASP.NET.
In other words, this book is not for a novice or beginner.
Since its inception in February of 1998, XML has been moving forward through
the continued efforts of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
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