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Course - XML for Enterprise Applications

Course overview:

This course provides a solid background and practical experience of using a variety of XML technologies and positions these technologies in the context of Java / J2EE enterprise applications: B2B, B2C, multi-tiered architectures. This course covers XML and important associated technologies. The main topics cover: XML syntax and structure, validation using DTD and XML Schema, use of Nampespaces, XPath for document navigation and querying, XSLT for XML document transformation and presentation, XSL-Formatting Objects for production of print-oriented output, XML database technologies including XQuery. The course explains how XML is used for both document and data driven applications, providing a close-up view of tools and techniques in action.

This is a highly practical course and has numerous workshops.

Who should attend:

Java developers deploying XML-based e-business applications.

Course objectives:


Lightweight working knowledge of HTML & Java.


4 days

Course contents:

On successful completion of this course:

Attendees will be able to understand the wide range of uses, positioning, processing and transformations of XML. Students will also gain practical experience of using a variety of XML tools and of using Java to carry out XML processing using Apache foundation libraries and other tools e.g. XMLSpy.

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