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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Structuring XML with Schemas $74.95
XML APIs $74.95
Transforming and Formatting XML $74.95
Extending XML $74.95
Querying, Navigating, and Linking XML Data $74.95
Advanced Schemas $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70

Structuring XML with Schemas

To structure XML using schemas

Learning Objectives
  • Introduction to schemas - create an XML schema document.
  • Introduction to datatypes - identify the meanings of the terminology used by W3C to describe datatypes.
  • Modeling data with schemas - use more advanced schema features to model data accurately.
  • Creating a schema - create a basic XML schema document.
  • Schema languages and DTDs - identify the characteristics of the principal content models for XML.


To use APIs to manage DOM and SAX models of XML data

Learning Objectives
  • Introduction to the DOM - identify the node types that comprise a DOM tree structure.
  • Programming with the DOM - use methods provided by the DOM interfaces.
  • Using the XML DOM - use DOM methods and properties to process XML.
  • Introduction to SAX 2.0 - outline the key features of the Simple API for XML.
  • Programming with SAX - use the interfaces and methods of the SAX API.
  • Using SAX with XML - process XML using SAX.

Transforming and Formatting XML

To use XSLT and XSL-FO syntax to transform XML documents

Learning Objectives
  • Building XSLT documents - use template rules to set up an XSL transformation.
  • XPath and XSL expressions - identify the XPath syntax that enables you to navigate and select data in XML tree hierarchies.
  • Using XSL formatting objects - use XSL-FO to format XML data.
  • Using XSLT and XSL-FO to transform XML documents - use XSLT and XSL-FO syntax in documents used to transform XML documents.
  • XSLT flow control - identify the syntax required to implement programmatic flow control in XSLT documents.
  • Generating dynamic XML - use XSLT to transform data from an XML document and output it as XML.
  • Sorting and grouping with XSLT - identify the XSL elements that support the sorting and grouping of XML documents.
  • Using multiple style sheets - identify the XSL elements that support the inclusion and merging of multiple and master style sheets.
  • Creating advanced XSL transformations - use XSLT syntax to perform advanced transformations of XML documents.

Extending XML

To use some W3C standards to extend XML

Learning Objectives
  • XML and relational databases - use XML identity constraints to implement relational database-style data integrity.
  • XML and SQL - identify the roles of key SQL/XML functions.
  • XHTML - recognize how to migrate HTML pages to XHTML.
  • SOAP and XML - identify the key XML elements used to construct a SOAP message and SOAP schema.
  • WSDL and XML - identify the syntax used to build a WSDL document.
  • Creating SOAP messages and WSDL documents - facilitate web services by creating WSDL documents and SOAP messages.
  • Encrypting and authenticating XML data - identify the XML Encryption elements used to encrypt data.
  • Introduction to XBRL - recognize the structure of an XBRL file and how XBRL is used to process business information.
  • Examining an XBRL taxonomy - recognize how the XBRL General Ledger taxonomy is applied to XBRL documents.

Querying, Navigating, and Linking XML Data

To work with the XML standards used to query, navigate, and link XML data

Learning Objectives
  • XQuery - use XQuery FLWR expressions.
  • XPath 2.0 features and functions - recognize how XPath 2.0 functions can be used to navigate and search XML documents.
  • Searching XML data - use XQuery with XPath expressions to retrieve data from an XML document.
  • Advanced XML regular expression features - identify how to use XPath 2.0 functions for regular expressions.
  • XLinks and XPointers - use XLinks and XPointers to create links between XML documents.

Advanced Schemas

To enhance schemas with user-defined datatypes and namespaces

Learning Objectives
  • Deriving datatypes - derive from simple and complex types.
  • Refining datatype derivation - refine datatype derivation using substitution, abstract types, and final types.
  • Using XML Schema regular expressions - use regular expressions with the pattern facet to validate instance data.
  • Creating user-defined datatypes - create user-defined types.
  • Schemas and namespaces - recognize how to declare and use namespaces.
  • Namespace qualification - recognize how to implement namespace qualification.
  • Multiple document schemas - identify how to use mechanisms to reuse schemas.
  • Working with namespaces and multiple schemas - use namespaces and multiple schemas.
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Advanced XML e-learning bundle
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