XML for Developers Part 2 - XMD2

In part 2 of our Extensible Markup Language (XML) for Developerstraining course, expert Martin Schaeferle discusses how to implement XML-based solutions to solve the integration issues faced by developers today. Expand your knowledge of XML by learning to use it along with SAX, SOAP, and DOM to create distributed applications. At the conclusion of this course you'll have the practical knowledge to apply XML in solving real-world business integration challenges

Course Outline

Module 1

Section A: Introduction Prerequisites Course Overview

Section B: Reading XML with SAX Why SAX How SAX Parses XML SAX Content Handler Setup References Events with SAX Reader SAX: Call-back Classes

Section C: Extracting XML Content Common Events Hooking Events to Reader Creating a SAX Form Constructing Start Element Extract Data to Form DOM vs. SAX Limited Data Retrieval

Section D: SAX Extensions MXXML Writer Hooking SAXXML Reader Build XML File Handling Parsing Errors DOM or SAX

Section E: SOAP Toolkit Overview Microsoft's Toolkit Sample Application SDL Wizard Create SOAP Component View Source/Code Compile Component Setup COM with SDL

Section F: ROPE Programming in SOAP on a ROPE Building a ROPE Application Proxy Object Using Packer Application Using Proxy Application

Module 2

Section A: XML Data Islands Where to Process XML XML Data Islands Internal External XML Document Property

Section B: XML Data Source Objects Overview Create Table Using DSO View XML Data Multidimensional Data Using Nested Tables Large Table Navigation Manipulating Data Source Records Handing Events $Text

Section C: Local State and Security Overview Save History Save Favorite User Data Access Data Across Domains Access Data Across Zone

Section D: XML on the Server Overview Cross-browser Support Server-to-Server Communication XMLHttpRequest Object Request Process Pull from Server

Section E: ServerXMLHTTP Object Overview XML Requests HTML Request Binary Attachments Requests Request with Passwords XML Document Processing

Module 3

Section A: Designing Distributed Applications Overview Communicating Between Tiers Why Use XML Distributed Architectures Passing XML Through Tiers Issue with XML

Section B: Building Distributed Applications Movement of Data Transformation of Data Three-tier Application Middle tier component Pass an Array Detached Record Set Build XML Document Contact Components Disconnected ADO Passing XML XML Transformed with SXLT

Section C: XHTML Future of HTML HTML vs. XML Advantages DTD Types Strict Conformance Multiple Namespace Browser Requirements

Section D: XHTML Syntax Overview Syntax Standards Attributes/Identifiers Empty Elements Migration Issues Extensions

Section E: XML Performance Overview Performance Factors Evaluating Performance XML DOM Performance Validation Accessing Nodes Creating XML Documents XSLT Cache Templates

Price £550 (Bundle of 3)

Complementary Courses
XMLI - XML Overview
XMLF - XML Foundations
XMD1 - XML for Developers Part 1
XMLF - XML in Java
XMLF - XML SQL Server 2000 Training

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