This course starts with an introductory treatment of validation technologies within XML. DTDs are covered, presenting detail on DTD elements and attributes and entities. XML Schemas are then introduced, emphasising the advantages of schemas over DTDs and then covering data types and namespaces within XML Schemas. The course then moves into treatment of the generation of dynamic data and its transmission between server and client. The core components of Active Server Pages (ASP) are covered. Substantial treatment is given to Active Data Objects (ADO) and its use in generating HTML and XML data. The final aspect of dynamic data generation covered within the course is SOAP.
- Identify features of XML validation.
- Identify features of elements used in XML documents.
- Identify features of declaring attributes in a document type definition (DTD).
- Identify origins and features of XML Schemas.
- Match XML Schema elements with their descriptions.
- Identify the procedure used by Web applications to communicate between the browser and the server.
- Identify features of Active Server Pages (ASP).
The intended audience for this course include individuals who operate a software development environment using Microsoft Windows DNA technologies and building Web applications. Job profiles include: Technical Manager, Application Developer, System Analyst, and Software Engineer.. Suggest a working knowledge of COM+, IIS, ASP, and Visual Basic, and preferably have used Visual InterDev. In addition, learners should have taken the first part of the series (73221)..