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XML and Web Services Unleashed

Subject : XML and Web Services Unleashed


Part I Essentials of XML
Chapter 1 XML in Context
1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)

Chapter 2 The Fundamentals of XML


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)

Chapter 3 Validating XML with the Document Type Definition


DTD
1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)

Chapter 4 Creating XML Schemas


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)

Chapter 5 The X Files XPath XPointer and XLink


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)

Chapter 6 Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)

Part II Building XML


Chapter 7 Parsing XML Using Document Object Model
1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)

Chapter 8 Parsing XML Using SAX


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)

Chapter 9 Transforming XML with XSL


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)

Chapter 10 Integrating XML with Databases


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)

Chapter 11 Formatting XML for the Web


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)

Chapter 12 Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)

Chapter 13 XML and Content Management


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)

Chapter 14 Architecting Web Services


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)

Chapter 15 Web Services Building Blocks SOAP


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)

Chapter 16 Web Services Building Blocks WSDL and UDDI


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)

Chapter 17 Leveraging XML in Visual Studio dotNET


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)
125. Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET - Answer (click here)
126. The .NET Strategy - Answer (click here)
127. ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
128. The ADO.NET Data Provider - Answer (click here)
129. The ADO.NET DataSet Class - Answer (click here)
130. XML Within ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
131. The System.Xml Namespace - Answer (click here)

Chapter 18 Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)
125. Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET - Answer (click here)
126. The .NET Strategy - Answer (click here)
127. ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
128. The ADO.NET Data Provider - Answer (click here)
129. The ADO.NET DataSet Class - Answer (click here)
130. XML Within ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
131. The System.Xml Namespace - Answer (click here)
132. Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers - Answer (click here)
133. BizTalk - Answer (click here)
134. SQL Server 2000 - Answer (click here)

Part III Applied XML


Chapter 19 Understanding XML Standards
1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)
125. Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET - Answer (click here)
126. The .NET Strategy - Answer (click here)
127. ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
128. The ADO.NET Data Provider - Answer (click here)
129. The ADO.NET DataSet Class - Answer (click here)
130. XML Within ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
131. The System.Xml Namespace - Answer (click here)
132. Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers - Answer (click here)
133. BizTalk - Answer (click here)
134. SQL Server 2000 - Answer (click here)
135. Understanding XML Standards - Answer (click here)
136. Standards and Vocabularies - Answer (click here)
137. The Definition of “Standard” as Excerpted from the American Heritage
Dictionary - Answer (click here)
138. Standards Organizations: Who Is Creating the Standards? - Answer (click
here)
139. Standards Stack Layers - Answer (click here)
140. Standards Stack Aspects - Answer (click here)
141. Community Vocabularies Layer - Answer (click here)

Chapter 20 Implementing XML in E Business


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)
125. Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET - Answer (click here)
126. The .NET Strategy - Answer (click here)
127. ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
128. The ADO.NET Data Provider - Answer (click here)
129. The ADO.NET DataSet Class - Answer (click here)
130. XML Within ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
131. The System.Xml Namespace - Answer (click here)
132. Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers - Answer (click here)
133. BizTalk - Answer (click here)
134. SQL Server 2000 - Answer (click here)
135. Understanding XML Standards - Answer (click here)
136. Standards and Vocabularies - Answer (click here)
137. The Definition of “Standard” as Excerpted from the American Heritage
Dictionary - Answer (click here)
138. Standards Organizations: Who Is Creating the Standards? - Answer (click
here)
139. Standards Stack Layers - Answer (click here)
140. Standards Stack Aspects - Answer (click here)
141. Community Vocabularies Layer - Answer (click here)
142. Implementing XML in E-Business - Answer (click here)
143. What Is the Supply Chain? - Answer (click here)
144. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) - Answer (click here)
145. E-Business and the Internet- Enabled Supply Chain - Answer (click here)
146. Different Types of B2B Interaction - Answer (click here)
147. Components of E-Business XML Systems - Answer (click here)
148. Enterprise Integration - Answer (click here)
149. CommerceNet eCo Framework - Answer (click here)
150. XML/EDI - Answer (click here)
151. ebXML - Answer (click here)
152. RosettaNet - Answer (click here)

Chapter 21 Delivering Wireless and Voice Services with XML


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)
125. Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET - Answer (click here)
126. The .NET Strategy - Answer (click here)
127. ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
128. The ADO.NET Data Provider - Answer (click here)
129. The ADO.NET DataSet Class - Answer (click here)
130. XML Within ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
131. The System.Xml Namespace - Answer (click here)
132. Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers - Answer (click here)
133. BizTalk - Answer (click here)
134. SQL Server 2000 - Answer (click here)
135. Understanding XML Standards - Answer (click here)
136. Standards and Vocabularies - Answer (click here)
137. The Definition of “Standard” as Excerpted from the American Heritage
Dictionary - Answer (click here)
138. Standards Organizations: Who Is Creating the Standards? - Answer (click
here)
139. Standards Stack Layers - Answer (click here)
140. Standards Stack Aspects - Answer (click here)
141. Community Vocabularies Layer - Answer (click here)
142. Implementing XML in E-Business - Answer (click here)
143. What Is the Supply Chain? - Answer (click here)
144. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) - Answer (click here)
145. E-Business and the Internet- Enabled Supply Chain - Answer (click here)
146. Different Types of B2B Interaction - Answer (click here)
147. Components of E-Business XML Systems - Answer (click here)
148. Enterprise Integration - Answer (click here)
149. CommerceNet eCo Framework - Answer (click here)
150. XML/EDI - Answer (click here)
151. ebXML - Answer (click here)
152. RosettaNet - Answer (click here)
153. Delivering Wireless and Voice Services with XML - Answer (click here)
154. The Vision of Ubiquitous Computing - Answer (click here)
155. Key Technologies : WAP, WML, VoiceXML - Answer (click here)
156. Wireless Applications with WAP and WML - Answer (click here)
157. Voice Applications with VoiceXML - Answer (click here)

Chapter 22 Applied XML in Vertical Industry


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)
125. Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET - Answer (click here)
126. The .NET Strategy - Answer (click here)
127. ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
128. The ADO.NET Data Provider - Answer (click here)
129. The ADO.NET DataSet Class - Answer (click here)
130. XML Within ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
131. The System.Xml Namespace - Answer (click here)
132. Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers - Answer (click here)
133. BizTalk - Answer (click here)
134. SQL Server 2000 - Answer (click here)
135. Understanding XML Standards - Answer (click here)
136. Standards and Vocabularies - Answer (click here)
137. The Definition of “Standard” as Excerpted from the American Heritage
Dictionary - Answer (click here)
138. Standards Organizations: Who Is Creating the Standards? - Answer (click
here)
139. Standards Stack Layers - Answer (click here)
140. Standards Stack Aspects - Answer (click here)
141. Community Vocabularies Layer - Answer (click here)
142. Implementing XML in E-Business - Answer (click here)
143. What Is the Supply Chain? - Answer (click here)
144. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) - Answer (click here)
145. E-Business and the Internet- Enabled Supply Chain - Answer (click here)
146. Different Types of B2B Interaction - Answer (click here)
147. Components of E-Business XML Systems - Answer (click here)
148. Enterprise Integration - Answer (click here)
149. CommerceNet eCo Framework - Answer (click here)
150. XML/EDI - Answer (click here)
151. ebXML - Answer (click here)
152. RosettaNet - Answer (click here)
153. Delivering Wireless and Voice Services with XML - Answer (click here)
154. The Vision of Ubiquitous Computing - Answer (click here)
155. Key Technologies : WAP, WML, VoiceXML - Answer (click here)
156. Wireless Applications with WAP and WML - Answer (click here)
157. Voice Applications with VoiceXML - Answer (click here)
158. Applied XML in Vertical Industry - Answer (click here)
159. The Vertical Industries - Answer (click here)
160. Professional Services Standards - Answer (click here)
161. Finance and Accounting: The Extensible Business Reporting Language
(XBRL) - Answer (click here)
162. Insurance - Answer (click here)
163. Health Care: Health Level Seven (HL7) - Answer (click here)
164. Legal Industry XML Standards: Legal XML - Answer (click here)
165. Real Estate: Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization
(MISMO) - Answer (click here)
166. Business Administration and Human Resources (HR): Human Resources
XML (HR-XML) - Answer (click here)
167. Travel and Hospitality: Open Travel Alliance (OTA) - Answer (click here)
168. Manufacturing: TranXML, Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
XML (aecXML) - Answer (click here)
169. Scientific and Engineering: Biotech, Chemistry - Answer (click here)
170. Print, Media, and Entertainment: NewsML - Answer (click here)
171. A Final Note: XML Standards Adoption - Answer (click here)

Part IV The Semantic Web


Chapter 23 RDF for Information Owners
1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)
125. Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET - Answer (click here)
126. The .NET Strategy - Answer (click here)
127. ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
128. The ADO.NET Data Provider - Answer (click here)
129. The ADO.NET DataSet Class - Answer (click here)
130. XML Within ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
131. The System.Xml Namespace - Answer (click here)
132. Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers - Answer (click here)
133. BizTalk - Answer (click here)
134. SQL Server 2000 - Answer (click here)
135. Understanding XML Standards - Answer (click here)
136. Standards and Vocabularies - Answer (click here)
137. The Definition of “Standard” as Excerpted from the American Heritage
Dictionary - Answer (click here)
138. Standards Organizations: Who Is Creating the Standards? - Answer (click
here)
139. Standards Stack Layers - Answer (click here)
140. Standards Stack Aspects - Answer (click here)
141. Community Vocabularies Layer - Answer (click here)
142. Implementing XML in E-Business - Answer (click here)
143. What Is the Supply Chain? - Answer (click here)
144. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) - Answer (click here)
145. E-Business and the Internet- Enabled Supply Chain - Answer (click here)
146. Different Types of B2B Interaction - Answer (click here)
147. Components of E-Business XML Systems - Answer (click here)
148. Enterprise Integration - Answer (click here)
149. CommerceNet eCo Framework - Answer (click here)
150. XML/EDI - Answer (click here)
151. ebXML - Answer (click here)
152. RosettaNet - Answer (click here)
153. Delivering Wireless and Voice Services with XML - Answer (click here)
154. The Vision of Ubiquitous Computing - Answer (click here)
155. Key Technologies : WAP, WML, VoiceXML - Answer (click here)
156. Wireless Applications with WAP and WML - Answer (click here)
157. Voice Applications with VoiceXML - Answer (click here)
158. Applied XML in Vertical Industry - Answer (click here)
159. The Vertical Industries - Answer (click here)
160. Professional Services Standards - Answer (click here)
161. Finance and Accounting: The Extensible Business Reporting Language
(XBRL) - Answer (click here)
162. Insurance - Answer (click here)
163. Health Care: Health Level Seven (HL7) - Answer (click here)
164. Legal Industry XML Standards: Legal XML - Answer (click here)
165. Real Estate: Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization
(MISMO) - Answer (click here)
166. Business Administration and Human Resources (HR): Human Resources
XML (HR-XML) - Answer (click here)
167. Travel and Hospitality: Open Travel Alliance (OTA) - Answer (click here)
168. Manufacturing: TranXML, Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
XML (aecXML) - Answer (click here)
169. Scientific and Engineering: Biotech, Chemistry - Answer (click here)
170. Print, Media, and Entertainment: NewsML - Answer (click here)
171. A Final Note: XML Standards Adoption - Answer (click here)
172. RDF for Information Owners - Answer (click here)
173. Basics of the Resource Description Framework - Answer (click here)
174. The RDF Family of Specifications - Answer (click here)
175. The RDF Data Model: Just Enough Graph Theory and The RDF Graph -
Answer (click here)
176. RDF Schema - Answer (click here)
177. Working with the Angle Brackets - Answer (click here)

Chapter 24 The Semantic Web for Information Owners


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)
125. Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET - Answer (click here)
126. The .NET Strategy - Answer (click here)
127. ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
128. The ADO.NET Data Provider - Answer (click here)
129. The ADO.NET DataSet Class - Answer (click here)
130. XML Within ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
131. The System.Xml Namespace - Answer (click here)
132. Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers - Answer (click here)
133. BizTalk - Answer (click here)
134. SQL Server 2000 - Answer (click here)
135. Understanding XML Standards - Answer (click here)
136. Standards and Vocabularies - Answer (click here)
137. The Definition of “Standard” as Excerpted from the American Heritage
Dictionary - Answer (click here)
138. Standards Organizations: Who Is Creating the Standards? - Answer (click
here)
139. Standards Stack Layers - Answer (click here)
140. Standards Stack Aspects - Answer (click here)
141. Community Vocabularies Layer - Answer (click here)
142. Implementing XML in E-Business - Answer (click here)
143. What Is the Supply Chain? - Answer (click here)
144. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) - Answer (click here)
145. E-Business and the Internet- Enabled Supply Chain - Answer (click here)
146. Different Types of B2B Interaction - Answer (click here)
147. Components of E-Business XML Systems - Answer (click here)
148. Enterprise Integration - Answer (click here)
149. CommerceNet eCo Framework - Answer (click here)
150. XML/EDI - Answer (click here)
151. ebXML - Answer (click here)
152. RosettaNet - Answer (click here)
153. Delivering Wireless and Voice Services with XML - Answer (click here)
154. The Vision of Ubiquitous Computing - Answer (click here)
155. Key Technologies : WAP, WML, VoiceXML - Answer (click here)
156. Wireless Applications with WAP and WML - Answer (click here)
157. Voice Applications with VoiceXML - Answer (click here)
158. Applied XML in Vertical Industry - Answer (click here)
159. The Vertical Industries - Answer (click here)
160. Professional Services Standards - Answer (click here)
161. Finance and Accounting: The Extensible Business Reporting Language
(XBRL) - Answer (click here)
162. Insurance - Answer (click here)
163. Health Care: Health Level Seven (HL7) - Answer (click here)
164. Legal Industry XML Standards: Legal XML - Answer (click here)
165. Real Estate: Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization
(MISMO) - Answer (click here)
166. Business Administration and Human Resources (HR): Human Resources
XML (HR-XML) - Answer (click here)
167. Travel and Hospitality: Open Travel Alliance (OTA) - Answer (click here)
168. Manufacturing: TranXML, Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
XML (aecXML) - Answer (click here)
169. Scientific and Engineering: Biotech, Chemistry - Answer (click here)
170. Print, Media, and Entertainment: NewsML - Answer (click here)
171. A Final Note: XML Standards Adoption - Answer (click here)
172. RDF for Information Owners - Answer (click here)
173. Basics of the Resource Description Framework - Answer (click here)
174. The RDF Family of Specifications - Answer (click here)
175. The RDF Data Model: Just Enough Graph Theory and The RDF Graph -
Answer (click here)
176. RDF Schema - Answer (click here)
177. Working with the Angle Brackets - Answer (click here)
178. The Semantic Web for Information Owners - Answer (click here)
179. Precursors of the Semantic Web: Project Xanadu, HyTime - Answer (click
here)
180. Architecture of the Semantic Web - Answer (click here)
181. How Do Semantics Get into the Semantic Web? - Answer (click here)

Extensible Markup Language XML 1 0 Specification


1. XML in Context - Answer (click here)
2. XML: A Brief Glimpse - Answer (click here)
3. Essentials of XML: How We Got Here - Answer (click here)
4. The Beginnings of XML - Answer (click here)
5. The Promise of XML - Answer (click here)
6. Where Is XML Heading? - Answer (click here)
7. The Fundamentals of XML - Answer (click here)
8. Introduction to XML Syntax - Answer (click here)
9. XML Document Structure - Answer (click here)
10. XML Content Models - Answer (click here)
11. Rules of XML Structure - Answer (click here)
12. Well-Formed and Valid Documents - Answer (click here)
13. Linking XML Documents Together - Answer (click here)
14. Namespaces in XML - Answer (click here)
15. Applying Style to XML - Answer (click here)
16. Basics of Reading and Processing XML - Answer (click here)
17. International Language Support in XML - Answer (click here)
18. Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD) - Answer
(click here)
19. Document Type Definitions - Answer (click here)
20. Some Simple DTD Examples - Answer (click here)
21. Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration - Answer (click
here)
22. DTD Attributes and its Types - Answer (click here)
23. DTD Entities - Answer (click here)
24. More DTD Directives - Answer (click here)
25. DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives - Answer (click here)
26. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
27. Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation - Answer (click
here)
28. Creating XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
29. The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink - Answer (click here)
30. XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax - Answer (click here)
31. XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation - Answer (click here)
32. XLink: Simple and Extended Links - Answer (click here)
33. Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations - Answer (click
here)
34. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
35. A Brief Review of XML Schemas - Answer (click here)
36. Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD - Answer (click here)
37. Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX) - Answer (click here)
38. RELAX NG Schema - Answer (click here)
39. Schematron - Answer (click here)
40. Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM) - Answer (click here)
41. What is DOM, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
42. What DOM is Not - Answer (click here)
43. Why Do I Need DOM? - Answer (click here)
44. Disadvantages of Using DOM - Answer (click here)
45. DOM Levels - Answer (click here)
46. DOM Core - Answer (click here)
47. DOM Traversal and Range - Answer (click here)
48. DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML - Answer
(click here)
49. Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) - Answer (click here)
50. Parsing XML Using SAX - Answer (click here)
51. What Is SAX, Anyway? - Answer (click here)
52. What SAX Is Not - Answer (click here)
53. Why Do I Need SAX? - Answer (click here)
54. SAX vs. DOM - Answer (click here)
55. Disadvantages of SAX - Answer (click here)
56. SAX Versions - Answer (click here)
57. SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations - Answer (click here)
58. Working with SAX - Answer (click here)
59. Transforming XML with XSL - Answer (click here)
60. XSL Technologies - Answer (click here)
61. XSLT for Document Publishing - Answer (click here)
62. Getting Started with XSLT - Answer (click here)
63. The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor - Answer (click here)
64. Advanced Features of XSLT - Answer (click here)
65. XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication - Answer (click here)
66. XSL Formatting Objects - Answer (click here)
67. Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO -
Answer (click here)
68. Integrating XML with Databases - Answer (click here)
69. XML Database Solutions - Answer (click here)
70. Modeling Databases in XML - Answer (click here)
71. Formatting XML for the Web - Answer (click here)
72. A Brief History of DSSSL - Answer (click here)
73. A Brief History of CSS - Answer (click here)
74. XML Presentation Using CSS - Answer (click here)
75. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition - Answer (click
here)
76. An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization - Answer (click
here)
77. Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the
Future - Answer (click here)
78. An Overview of XForms - Answer (click here)
79. Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG - Answer (click here)
80. Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics - Answer (click here)
81. SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics - Answer (click here)
82. Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization - Answer (click here)
83. Defining the Content DTD - Answer (click here)
84. Creating the XML Content - Answer (click here)
85. Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype - Answer (click here)
86. SVG with Style Using CSS - Answer (click here)
87. Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation -
Answer (click here)
88. Powering Web Pages with SVG - Answer (click here)
89. SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO - Answer (click here)
90. SVG Structure and Elements - Answer (click here)
91. XML Development Primer - Answer (click here)
92. The Future of SVG - Answer (click here)
93. XML and Content Management - Answer (click here)
94. What Is Web Content Management? - Answer (click here)
95. What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow? -
Answer (click here)
96. The Role of XML in Web Content Management - Answer (click here)
97. WebDAV Document Creation - Answer (click here)
98. How to Design the XML Content Environment - Answer (click here)
99. The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management -
Answer (click here)
100. Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE - Answer (click here)
101. RSS Content Syndication - Answer (click here)
102. Content Syndication Using ICE - Answer (click here)
103. Selecting a Content-Management Solution - Answer (click here)
104. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
105. What Are Web Services? - Answer (click here)
106. Business Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
107. Technical Motivations for Web Services - Answer (click here)
108. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Answer (click here)
109. Architecting Web Services - Answer (click here)
110. Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP - Answer (click here)
111. Introduction to SOAP - Answer (click here)
112. Basic SOAP Syntax - Answer (click here)
113. Sending SOAP messages - Answer (click here)
114. SOAP Implementations - Answer (click here)
115. The Future of SOAP - Answer (click here)
116. Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI - Answer (click here)
117. Introduction to WSDL - Answer (click here)
118. Basic WSDL Syntax - Answer (click here)
119. SOAP Binding - Answer (click here)
120. WSDL Implementations - Answer (click here)
121. Introduction to UDDI - Answer (click here)
122. The UDDI API - Answer (click here)
123. UDDI - Vendor Implementations - Answer (click here)
124. The Future of UDDI - Answer (click here)
125. Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET - Answer (click here)
126. The .NET Strategy - Answer (click here)
127. ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
128. The ADO.NET Data Provider - Answer (click here)
129. The ADO.NET DataSet Class - Answer (click here)
130. XML Within ADO.NET - Answer (click here)
131. The System.Xml Namespace - Answer (click here)
132. Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers - Answer (click here)
133. BizTalk - Answer (click here)
134. SQL Server 2000 - Answer (click here)
135. Understanding XML Standards - Answer (click here)
136. Standards and Vocabularies - Answer (click here)
137. The Definition of “Standard” as Excerpted from the American Heritage
Dictionary - Answer (click here)
138. Standards Organizations: Who Is Creating the Standards? - Answer (click
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139. Standards Stack Layers - Answer (click here)
140. Standards Stack Aspects - Answer (click here)
141. Community Vocabularies Layer - Answer (click here)
142. Implementing XML in E-Business - Answer (click here)
143. What Is the Supply Chain? - Answer (click here)
144. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) - Answer (click here)
145. E-Business and the Internet- Enabled Supply Chain - Answer (click here)
146. Different Types of B2B Interaction - Answer (click here)
147. Components of E-Business XML Systems - Answer (click here)
148. Enterprise Integration - Answer (click here)
149. CommerceNet eCo Framework - Answer (click here)
150. XML/EDI - Answer (click here)
151. ebXML - Answer (click here)
152. RosettaNet - Answer (click here)
153. Delivering Wireless and Voice Services with XML - Answer (click here)
154. The Vision of Ubiquitous Computing - Answer (click here)
155. Key Technologies : WAP, WML, VoiceXML - Answer (click here)
156. Wireless Applications with WAP and WML - Answer (click here)
157. Voice Applications with VoiceXML - Answer (click here)
158. Applied XML in Vertical Industry - Answer (click here)
159. The Vertical Industries - Answer (click here)
160. Professional Services Standards - Answer (click here)
161. Finance and Accounting: The Extensible Business Reporting Language
(XBRL) - Answer (click here)
162. Insurance - Answer (click here)
163. Health Care: Health Level Seven (HL7) - Answer (click here)
164. Legal Industry XML Standards: Legal XML - Answer (click here)
165. Real Estate: Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization
(MISMO) - Answer (click here)
166. Business Administration and Human Resources (HR): Human Resources
XML (HR-XML) - Answer (click here)
167. Travel and Hospitality: Open Travel Alliance (OTA) - Answer (click here)
168. Manufacturing: TranXML, Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
XML (aecXML) - Answer (click here)
169. Scientific and Engineering: Biotech, Chemistry - Answer (click here)
170. Print, Media, and Entertainment: NewsML - Answer (click here)
171. A Final Note: XML Standards Adoption - Answer (click here)
172. RDF for Information Owners - Answer (click here)
173. Basics of the Resource Description Framework - Answer (click here)
174. The RDF Family of Specifications - Answer (click here)
175. The RDF Data Model: Just Enough Graph Theory and The RDF Graph -
Answer (click here)
176. RDF Schema - Answer (click here)
177. Working with the Angle Brackets - Answer (click here)
178. The Semantic Web for Information Owners - Answer (click here)
179. Precursors of the Semantic Web: Project Xanadu, HyTime - Answer (click
here)
180. Architecture of the Semantic Web - Answer (click here)
181. How Do Semantics Get into the Semantic Web? - Answer (click here)
182. Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 Specification - Answer (click here)
183. XML Documents - Answer (click here)
184. XML Logical Structures - Answer (click here)