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Introduction to XML and the Microsoft .NET Platform - Course 2500 Overview



  • Module 1: The Microsoft .NET Platform and XMLLessons

    • XML in the .NET Platform

    • XML as a W3C Standard



  • After completing this module, you will be able to identify where and how XML is used within the .NET distributed computing and Web-based world.

  • Module 2: Basic XMLLessons

    • The Form of XML

    • Designing an XML Vocabulary

    • Namespaces



  • After completing this module, you will be able to, given a set of data requirements based on a real-world application, design an XML document that conforms to the formal rules of XML and satisfies requirements.

  • Module 3: Validating XMLLessons

    • Introducing Validation

    • Using XSD Schemas



  • After completing this module, you will be able to, given an instance document of moderate complexity, for example one that represents a purchase order, develop an XML schema to validate it.

  • Module 4: Technologies for Handling XML DataLessons

    • Metadata and XML Processing

    • XML Processing Technologies



  • After completing this module, you will be able to identify situations where you need to use DOM, XPath, XSLT, and XQuery.

  • Module 5: Creating and Manipulating Trees Using DOMLessons

    • How Does DOM Work? Using the DOM

    • Using DOM and the .NET Framework XML Classes



  • After completing this module, you will be able to use DOM and DOM trees and identify the ways that you can and cannot use DOM to manipulate XML documents.

  • Module 6: Using XPath to Navigate a Tree of NodesLessons

    • What is XPath?

    • Using XPath

    • XPath and Other Technologies



  • After completing this module, you will be able to use XPath to navigate XML documents and select content in XML documents and identify how it can be used by other XML technologies.

  • Module 7: Formatting and Transforming: XSL and XSLTLessons

    • Defining XSL

    • Transforming XML Using XSLT

    • XSLT in the Microsoft .NET Framework



  • After completing this module, you will be able to use XSLT technologies to control XML presentation and to perform XML transformations.

  • Module 8: Using XQuery to Link and Query XML DocumentsLessons

    • What is XQuery?

    • Using XQuery



  • After completing this module, you will be able to design basic XQuery expressions and apply them to XML sources.

  • Module 9: SQL XMLLessons

    • XML Support in SQL Server 2000

    • Using HTTP to Access and Input XML Data



  • After completing this module, you will be able to describe how SQL Server 2000 implements XML support through Interface Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) and how to use this capability to manipulate SQL Server 2000 data by using XML.

  • Module 10: The Challenge of Designing XML SolutionsLessons

    • Solutions that Use XML

    • XML Web Services

    • What Is Next?



  • After completing this module, you will be able to review a proposed solution and choose an appropriate mix of XML and related technologies to address design requirements.


 

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