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An Overview of XML
XML Training Overview

This seminar will introduce XML and explain its implications for IT. You will:

  • Learn what XML is and where it is useful
  • Understand the parts of an XML document and what makes it well formed
  • Understand how schemas impose structure on an XML document
  • Understand how Style Sheets can transform an XML document
  • Be introduced to certain core XML languages, such as XHTML and XQuery
  • Hear about current specific industry standard XML efforts such as FinXML
  • Hear case studies of XML implementations
  • Understand the role of XML in Web Services
  • Learn about the facilities for processing XML using the Java language
  • Understand how XML can enhance the capabilities of relational databases
  • Understand the potential impact of XML and its potential benefit to your enterprise
  • Receive a guide to additional resources that can further your understanding of XML
XML Training Prerequisites

General familiarity with Information Technology

XML Training Course duration

1 Day

XML Training Course outline
  • Part I: XML Fundamentals
    • Introducing XML
      • What is XML?
      • XML: A First Look
      • Where is XML Useful?
      • Why is XML Attractive?
      • The XML Landscape
    • XML Basics
      • XML Documents
      • Elements
      • Tags
      • Attributes
      • Comments
      • Processing Instructions
      • Well-Formed XML
      • A Longer Example
      • Parsers
    • XML Content Models
      • XML Content Models
      • DTDs
      • XML Schema
  • Part II: Core Languages / Techniques
    • XML Stylesheets
      • Style Sheet Overview
      • CSS and XML
      • XSL Overview
      • Transformations
      • Formatting Objects
      • The State of the Art
      • How XSL Works
      • Who Should Apply XSL?
      • A Basic Style Sheet
      • Linking to Document
    • Other XML Languages
      • XHTML
      • XQuery
      • XLink
  • Part III: XML in Use
    • Standard Schemas
      • Standard Schemas
      • FinXML
      • XML in Action
      • Vendor Support
      • XML Products
      • Some XML Cases
      • A Detailed Case
    • Web Services
      • What is Web Services?
      • How Web Services Works
      • SOAP
      • WSDL
      • Service Discovery
      • UDDI
      • Where Are We?
    • XML & Java
      • What is Java?
      • Why Use Java for XML?
      • Java Software for XML
      • XML & Databases
      • XML Docs & RDBs
      • Using Mixed Data
      • XML-Aware Databases
  • Part IV: Going Forward
    • XML & IT
      • Where to Use XML
      • XML FAQ
      • XML & Web Browsers
      • XML & Legacy Systems
      • XML & Doc Management
      • What Skills Are Needed?
      • What Tools are Needed?
    • XML Resources

Hardware/Software Requirements
  • Hardware Requirements
    • This course is presentation only. It requires a single instructor PC connected to a projection device.
    • A connection to the Internet is desirable (but not required) to show students various XML-related sites.
  • Software Requirements
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 (to demonstrate the display of XML documents)
    • Adobe Acrobat Reader

 
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