UCF COP 4610L - XML – An Introduction (9 pages)

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University of Central Florida
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Cop 4610l - Applications in the Enterprise

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XML An Introduction What Is XML Extensible markup language Encoding objects based on their structure and meaning of content Convergence of three technologies Document markup Data interchange World wide web Why XML To address HTML limitations Enabling technology for a business web Next generation web Basic XML Process Content structure meaning XML Document Processing What to do with XML Application Specification Object Engine End Result Processing XML Parsers Parsers are commodity items Two basic types Tree based DOM Event based SAX Your applications requirements decide which one to use Validating parsers XML Validity Well formed is not always enough Provides higher level conformance Include formal definition of data model Document type definition DTD Schema A DTD defines a document type XSL and XSLT XSL XSLT transformation stylesheet XSL FO formatting objects XSLT XML Document XSLT Engine XSLT Style sheet HTML Document Very Simple Example xsl stylesheet version 1 0 person type fictional xsl template match person name html p first Peter first xsl apply templates last Pan last p html feature flies feature xsl template person xsl stylesheet XSLT Engine html p PeterPanflies p html XML Future Http XML Soap XML RPC Can work across firewalls Platform independent XML enabled data bases XML enabled search engines Industry standard XML vocabularies



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