ADVANCED XML USING VB SCRIPT

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Description:
In this course you will learn advanced features of XML. Through lecture and hands-on lab exercises, you will become fluent in several XML standards and applications.

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Prerequisites:
Introduction to XML and some XML development experience.
Advanced Core XML Concepts:
Internal vs. External Subset
Using Parameter Entities
General Entities
Conditional Sections
Character References
Unparsed External Entities
Processing Instructions
Special Attribute Types
Namespaces in XML
Default Namespace
Advanced XML Schemas:
Associating Unqualified XML with a Schema
Associating Qualified XML with a Schema
Extending Simple Types
Adding Restrictions
Understanding Facets
Attribute Groups
include and redefine
Deriving Types by Extension
Substitution Groups
Allowing Any Content
Uniqueness
keys & keyrefs
Documenting Schemas
XLink and XPointer:
Introduction to XLink and XPointer
Simple Links vs. HTML Links
Extended Links
Semantic Attributes
Behavior Attributes
Traversal Attributes
Incorporating XPointer
Referencing Points
Referencing Ranges
Resource Description Framework (RDF):
RDF’s Purpose
A Sample Resource
Resource Identifiers
Properties
Statements
Basic Serialization Syntax
Abbreviated Syntax
Containers
URI Patterns
The Dublin Core
Incorporating RDF Inside HTML
XPath Syntax:
The Document Data Model
Expressions and Location Paths
Location Steps
Specifying Axes
Node Tests
Predicates
Types
Working with Node-Sets
Type Conversions
String Functions
XSL Transformations:
What is XSL?
Modular Stylesheet Strategies
Namespace Aliasing
Complex Expressions
Template Application Hierarchy
Modes
Calling Templates by Name
Constructing Elements
Outputting Text
Numbering
Copying Elements
Output Methods
Variables and Parameters
XSL Formatting Objects:
What is XSL?
XSL-FO Overview
Types of Objects
Defining Page Masters
Setting Up the Flow
Block-Level vs. Inline-Level Objects
Lists
Tables
Out-of-Line Objects
Implementation Issues
XML Internationalization:
Localization Concerns
Unicode and XML
Text Declarations
Character Sets
Character References
xml:lang
Effective Document Design:
Design Goals
Intended Audience
Document Types
Choosing a Validation Method
Incorporating Namespaces
Modular Document Design
Planning for Extensibility
Document Object Model (DOM):
DOM Overview
DOM Level 2 Core
The DOMImplementation Interface
Understanding the Document Tree
The Generic Node Interface
Accessing Document Data
DOM Interfaces
Using Processing Instructions
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP):
Messaging Model
SOAP HTTP Request
Envelope
Header
Body
SOAP Encoding