Java and XML: B2B and B2C Applications




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  • Programmer
  • Web Developer
  • Application Analyst
  • Application Architect
  • IT Professional


  • XML technologies
  • Well-formed XML document
  • Parsing fundamentals
  • Exchanging and validating data
  • Designing XML enterprise application
  • DTDs: Document type definitions
  • XML schema
  • DOM parsing with Java
  • Validating DOM
  • Constructing Java objects with DOM
  • Sequential Java parsing of XML with SAX
  • SAX architecture
  • Java SAX event handlers
  • SAX validation
  • XML with DOM - generation and updating
  • DOM data modification
  • XML documents - building from scratch
  • XML transforming
  • XSL - Styling B2C data
  • XSL - transforming B2C data with XSL
  • JDOM: alternative to DOM and SAX
  • DOM and SAX - abstracting with JSP
  • Java-optimized XML parsing with JDOM

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