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In this course, you will learn how to create XML documents and also teaches you how to build XSLTs for transforming XML documents into XHTML and other XML structures. In this course, participants will learn about methods and techniques for conducting business-to-business in an efficient manner. In this course, you will gain complete knowledge on how to use XML and related technologies including XSL, schemas, XPath, XQuery and DOM.

This course offers a complete overview of XML to its participants. This course provides you with an introduction to the components of an XML document and related technologies.

After course completion participant will acquire proficiency in using an XML editor to create XML documents. They will also gain complete knowledge and skills for using XML and related technologies including XSL, schemas, XPath, XQuery and DOM.

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Course Curriculum

Introduction and Overview

  • Surveying the XML landscape

  • The business benefits of XML

  • Exchanging data with XML: RSS, Ajax, Web Services

Designing and Implementing XML Documents

XML document structure

  • The document root and prologue

  • Elements

  • Attributes

  • Entities

  • Namespaces

  • Differentiating well-formed and valid documents

  • Exploiting popular XML editing tools

XML design and data mapping

  • Elements vs. attributes

  • Design techniques

  • Designing an XML document from a requirements document

Distinguishing dialects with namespaces

  • Adhering to proper naming conventions

  • Eliminating document ambiguity with namespaces

  • Defining namespaces using Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI)

Generating and Updating XML Documents

The XML processing models

  • Document Object Model

  • Event-driven processing

  • Navigating a document with XPath

  • Querying a document with XQuery

  • Event-driven vs. tree-based models

Communicating with databases using XML

  • Database storage options

  • Retrieving database results as XML

  • Reformatting database results with XQuery

  • Storing XML with a native XML data type

Processing information with the DOM

  • Navigating XML documents

  • Extracting and modifying data

  • Building XML documents from scratch

  • Creating element and text nodes

Validating XML Data

Constraining XML structure and content

  • Defining an XML structure with Document Type Definitions (DTDs)

  • Building XML schemas to validate XML structure/data

Validation with XML schemas

  • XML schema syntax and components

  • Specifying valid elements and attributes

  • Encapsulating business rules in XML schemas

  • Leveraging schema data types

Extending schemas

  • Importing existing schemas

  • Leveraging modular schemas

  • Defining custom user-defined types

Transforming Documents with Extensible Style Language (XSL)

The power of XML transformation

  • Converting XML documents to adhere to schemas

  • Processing documents with pattern matching

  • Specifying output format with templates

  • XSL best practices

Applying style to data

  • Formatting XML data for presentation

  • Styling XML for display as HTML and PDF

Searching and filtering with XPath

  • Formatting and sequencing XML data

  • Sorting, grouping and filtering output

Application Security and Integration

Securing XML applications

  • Implementing transport security

  • Encrypting XML data

  • Enabling SOAP security with WS-Security

Integrating applications with XML

  • Communicating with XML messaging

  • Investigating Web Services, SOAP and WSDL

  • Enabling an Ajax-powered web page with XML

Course Objectives

  • Teaches you how to write well-formed XML documents, validate and enforce business rules using XML schemas

  • Helps you in understanding the DTD of any XML-document and be able to construct simple DTD's

  • Helps you in leverage your understanding of Extensible Markup Language (XML) and related technologies

  • Shows you how to ensure XML data conforms to design requirements using schemas and implement strategies to secure XML data interchange

Course Benefits:

  • Higher average salary compared with professionals who are not certified

  • Quick career growth

  • Global recognition

  • Better job prospects

FAQ’s

Q. What are the pre-requisites for attending this course?

A. It is recommended that the participant has a good knowledge about HTML and Windows.

Q. Who is the target audience?

A. This course is suitable for web developers and content creators who need to understand XML structures.