Structuring XML with Schemas

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
85 minutes

To structure XML using schemas


Structuring XML with Schemas

  • create an XML schema document.
  • identify the meanings of the terminology used by W3C to describe datatypes.
  • use more advanced schema features to model data accurately.
  • create a basic XML schema document.
  • identify the characteristics of the principal content models for XML.




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