Advanced XML

This course consists of a series of XML modules intended for development professionals who will build, configure and implement XML in their enterprise solutions. IT decision makers will benefit from the chance to view and experiment with various emerging XML technologies and vocabularies. IT decision makers may customize their XML training needs by choosing a number of training modules to be included in their custom course.


    • SOAP: What is SOAP?; RPCs; XML as NDR; Data types; Independent elements; Arrays, Faults.
    • CDF: Document Header; Identifying the main page; Describing the channel; Setting iImages; Subpages; Posting the channel; Linking to a web page; CDF and WDVL.
    • WML WML/WAP/WTAI; Differences between WML, HTML and XML; WML specific editors; Syntax; Cards; tags, tags; WBMP; WMLScript language.
    • XML Extensions for DB2: Why XML and DB2?; What does the Extender do for XML?; What does the Extender do for DB2?; Storage and access methods; A DTD depository; DADs; XML Column; Location Path; XML Collection-Integrated Data Management.
    • Lotus XSL API: Lotus XSL basics; XML ParserLiaison interface; Lotus XSL- How does it work?; DefaultApplyXSL class; XML ParserLiaison interface; XSL parser class.
    • XML4J: What does it do?; Our XML document; Our DTD; Our DOM; Creating the DOM tree; Call the ParseV() method; main() method; printElement() method; findReplace() method.

    This course is designed for those who are familiar with XML with 3 to 6 months of practical XML experience. This course also assumes a solid understanding of the Java programming language.

    Participants should have a strong understanding of XML basics and publishing web content. Some familiarity with web technologies including scripting, Java, and knowledge of style sheets is a plus.

    • Understand how the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) facilitates interoperability among a wide range of programs and platforms, making existing applications accessible to a broader range of users.
    • Introduce the basic concepts of Wireless Markup Language (WML) and how developers can utilize WML technology to deliver web content to small wireless devices.
    • Introduce the Channel Definition Format (CDF) and how to implement Active Channel web sites that provide a set of timely, structurally related, branded web pages to a targeted audience

    • PC Workstation for use during training
    • Student Manual

    • J101 – Java Programming Essentials
    • J201 – JEE Server Side Advanced Java

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