This two-day instructor-led course provides a technological overview of the structure and programming techniques of XML. This course discusses the role of XML in the Microsoft .NET vision and the larger world of distributed standards-based computing.
The audience for this course includes:
- Microsoft Visual Basic developers with little Web development training or job experience.
- Web developers with experience writing client scripts by using CGI, Visual Basic Scripting Edition, PERL, Java Script, or some other scripting language.
- Web developers with moderate experience developing Web sites by using Microsoft FrontPage or some other Web page development tool and basic HTML knowledge.
- Microsoft Office developers.
- Microsoft SQL Server 2000 administrators and developers.
At Course Completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Describe how XML and related technologies fit into the .NET Platform.
- Create a well-formed XML document.
- Use XML schemas to validate an instance document.
- Describe how XML Document Object Model (DOM), XML Path Language (XPath), XSL Transformations (XSLT), and XQuery are used to create real-world solutions.
- Describe how Office XP can be used to handle XML.
- Describe how SQL Server 2000 uses XML.
- Describe how XML standards and the .NET Platform are used to address a range of solution requirements.
- Identify the next logical .NET training experience and readily justify the decision to enroll in further .NET training.