Extending XML

Existing application and web developers wishing to attain competency in the use of advanced XML techniques; systems analysts and systems designers needing a thorough knowledge of XML for the development of web-enabled applications.

familiarity with XML syntax; knowledge of the basic XML document model (prolog, body, epilog); an understanding of the importance of well-formedness in XML; an understanding of XML parsing and processing; prior experience with programming and markup languages. In addition, prior experience of stylesheet formatting (e.g. CSS) would be an advantage.

Expected Duration
150 minutes

To use some W3C standards to extend XML


Extending XML

  • use XML identity constraints to implement relational database-style data integrity.
  • identify the roles of key SQL/XML functions.
  • recognize how to migrate HTML pages to XHTML.
  • identify the key XML elements used to construct a SOAP message and SOAP schema.
  • identify the syntax used to build a WSDL document.
  • facilitate web services by creating WSDL documents and SOAP messages.
  • identify the XML Encryption elements used to encrypt data.
  • recognize the structure of an XBRL file and how XBRL is used to process business information.
  • recognize how the XBRL General Ledger taxonomy is applied to XBRL documents.




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