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Relax Ng Training

Introduction To Relax Ng Training Course :

REgular LAnguage for XML Next Generation in short called as RELAX NG. It  is an schema language for XML and an RELAX NG schema specifies a pattern for the structure & the content of an XML document. A RELAX NG schema is itself an XML document but RELAX NG also offers an popular compact, non-XML syntax. Compared to other XML schema languages RELAX NG is considered relatively simple. The RELAX NG modules are self-integrating, which means  they  are automatically add to the content models & attribute sets they extend. Which means that information architects do not have much work to do when assembling vocabulary modules & constraints into document type shells. Register for Relax NG Training with us to learn the RELAX NG course, which is a simple schema language for XML and much more in-depth, We keep the latest version as a part of online training

Relax Ng Online Training Course Content

Introduction
  • The need for validation
  •  RELAX NG fits into the XML landscape
Basic RELAX NG
  •        Patterns are the basis for everything
  •        Patterns: element, text and attribute
  •        Quantifiers: optional, zeroOrmore and oneOrMore
  •        The complete schema
  •        Building the complete schema in compact syntax
  •        Patterns & structure
  •        Named patterns
  •        The start pattern: controlling the document element
  •        Controlling pattern order: compositors
  •         The  group
  •         The choice
  •        The Groups of choices and choices of groups
  •        The interleave
  •        The interleave with other compositors
  •        Mixed content
  •        The mixed pattern
RELAX NG datatypes &constraints
  •        The string vs token
  •        The value pattern
  •       The Fixed values
  •        The Enumerations
  •        The Exclusions
  •        The data pattern
  •        The Co-occurence constraints
Datatype libraries
  •       Swappable datatypes
  •      W3C XML Schema datatype library
  •        Constraints with the W3C XML Schema datatype library
Namespaces
  •        Default namespace
  •        Namespaces with the prefixes
  •        Using more than one namespace
Multiple Schemas
  •        Embedding grammars
  •        Merging grammars
  •        Without the redefinition
  •        With redefinition &replacement
  •        The Combining definitions