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Introduction To XML Schema Training Course:

The XML schema  commonly known as an XML Schema Definition (XSD), On May 2, 2001, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has  published XSD in its version 1.0 format. It formally describes what an given XML document can contain, in the same way that the database schema describes the data that can be contained in a database (i.e. table structure, data types, constraints etc.). The XML schema defines the shape, or structure, of  the  XML document, along with rules for data content & semantics such as what fields an element can contain, which sub elements it can contain & how many items can be present.  An XML Schema is composed of the top-level schema element. The schema element definition must include the namespace. Register with Global Online Trainings for XML Schema Training, We can help you get the most out of your investment

 

Xml Schema Online Training course content

Introduction
  • Markup Language:
  • SGML, HTML &  XML
  • Separating Content from Presentation
  • Self-Describing Data:
  • XML as a Standard Document Format
  • XML &  Relational Data , Object Models
  • The Need for Validation
  • XML Transformations
  • Web Services
XML Grammar
  • Structure of an XML Document
  • Handling Whitespace
  • Character & Entity References
  • Well-Formed XML
  • Elements & Attributes
  • Processing Instructions, Comments
Document Type Descriptors
  • Document Types
  • Internal & External Subsets
  • PUBLIC & SYSTEM DTD’s
  • DTD Structure
  • Defining the Elements
  • The Attributes
  • Required, Implied, Default, and Fixed Attributes
  • IDs & IDREFs
  • Entities
  • Conditional Sections
  • Limitations of DTDs
  • Techniques Using Entities
  • XML Schema
  • XML Namespaces
XML Transformations
  • XSLT on the Client
  • XSLT Output Formats
  • Xpath overview
  • Structure of an XSLT Stylesheet
  • Literal Replacement Elements
  • The Dynamic Content
  • The Conditional Processing
  • The Sorting & The Filtering