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XML Development in .NET
with Martin Schaeferle


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The World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) XML technology is a powerful new tool in building distributed application. Microsoft’s .NET Framework embraces XML and uses it in everything from configuration files to XML Web Services. As a .NET developer it is important to become familiar with how .NET exposes functionality to work with XML Data. This course will provide you with information to read, write, validate, and manipulate XML data using the .NET classes. It will show you how to build Windows application that work with XML data, build XML Web Services, and import and export XML data in Microsoft SQL Server.

Course includes 6+ hours of total training time...

  • 4 CDs
  • Over 6 hours of media run time
  • Over 600 pages of courseware on CD-ROM
  • Step-by-step hands-on-labs
  • Sample code
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XML in .NET
CD-ROM

 4 CD-ROMs

$395.00  
CD-ROM & Books

 4 CD-ROMs + Printed Books

$435.00  
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Course Outline (Outlines are subject to change.)

XML Development in .NET

Sessions Run Time Pages
4 6 hours 600

The World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) XML technology is a powerful new tool in building distributed application. Microsoft’s .NET Framework embraces XML and uses it in everything from configuration files to XML Web Services. As a .NET developer it is important to become familiar with how .NET exposes functionality to work with XML Data. This course will provide you with information to read, write, validate, and manipulate XML data using the .NET classes. It will show you how to build Windows application that work with XML data, build XML Web Services, and import and export XML data in Microsoft SQL Server.


In this course you will learn how to..
  • Work with XML data in .NET
  • Use the new XMLReader and XMLWriter
  • Manipulate XML Data using DOM
  • Search XML Data using XPath
  • Use validation in .NET
  • Create XML Schemas
  • Transform XML using XSLT
  • Use advanced techniques in transformation
  • Work with XML using ADO.NET
  • Synchronize data between ADO and DOM
  • Pull XML data from SQL Server
  • Work with XMLSQL managed classes
  • Build XML Web Services in .NET
  • Expose SQL Server data using XML Web Services
Prerequisites:

This course is best suited for individuals with a good understanding of XML and the supporting technologies like DOM, XSLT, and XML Schemas. Individuals also need a working knowledge of the Visual Studio .NET IDE, a .NET language, and the base classes in the .NET Framework. Knowledge of SQL Server is beneficial but not required. Courses to take prior to this course include Visual Basic .NET or ASP.NET, XML, and XSLT.

XML in Visual Studio .NET

  • XML Editing Tools
  • Creating and Transforming Schemas
  • XML Code Documentation

XML in the .NET Framework

  • The System.Xml Namespaces
  • Working with XML

Reading and Writing XML Streams

  • Reading XML with XmlReader
  • Writing XML with XmlWriter
  • XmlReader and XmlWriter Together

The .NET DOM

  • Extending the W3C DOM
  • Parsing XML
  • Navigating the DOM
  • Creating, Changing, and Adding Data

Valid XML

  • Validating XML
  • Creating XML Schemas

Transforming and Searching XML

  • XSLT Processing
  • XPath in .NET
  • Advanced XSLT Techniques

Data Access with ADO.NET and XML

  • ADO.NET and XML
  • Reading and Writing XML with DataSets

Synchronizing ADO.NET DataSets

  • Synchronizing XML and DataSets
  • Converting Between DOM and Relational Data

XML and SQL Server

  • XML Direct from SQL Server
  • Writing XML Data to SQL Server
  • SQLXML Managed Classes

Web Services and ASP.NET

  • Creating Web Services
  • Building a Web Service Client
  • SQL Server 2000 Web Services
  • Web Service Behavior in IE

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Your Instructor
Martin Schaeferle has taught IT professionals nationwide to develop applications using Visual Basic, Microsoft® SQL Server, ASP, and XML. Martin is a featured speaker at Microsoft® Tech-Ed and the Microsoft® NCD Channel Summit. He specializes in developing Visual Basic database applications, COM-based components, and ASP-based Web sites.

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