Java: XML and XSLT




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  • XML featureset
  • XML document
  • DTD: Document Type Definition
  • Namespaces and Datatypes
  • XML schemas
  • XML and Java
  • SAX 2.0 interface
  • SAX design goals and implementation
  • SAX with validating parsers
  • SAX features and interfaces
  • DOM 2.0 interface
  • DOM Java binding
  • Modifying and transforming DOM trees
  • DOM for generating or transforming XML
  • XPath: XML Path Language
  • XPath data model
  • Absolute and relative location paths
  • Axis specifiers, predicates, and functions
  • XSLT: Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations
  • Structure of a transformation
  • XSLT processing model
  • Attribute value templates
  • Using multiple style sheets
  • XSLT logical structures and parameters
  • XML and the JEE architecture
  • Namespace and schema support in JAXP
  • Future developments in the Java APIs

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