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Service Oriented Architecture

1 INTRODUCTION TO XML

2 BUILDING XML BASED APPLICATIONS


-:- XML in Context
-:- XML: A Brief Glimpse
-:- Essentials of XML: How We Got Here
-:- The Beginnings of XML
-:- The Promise of XML
-:- Where Is XML Heading?
-:- The Fundamentals of XML
-:- Introduction to XML Syntax
-:- XML Document Structure
-:- XML Content Models
-:- Rules of XML Structure
-:- Well-Formed and Valid Documents
-:- Linking XML Documents Together
-:- Namespaces in XML
-:- Applying Style to XML
-:- Basics of Reading and Processing XML
-:- International Language Support in XML
-:- Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD)
-:- Document Type Definitions
-:- Some Simple DTD Examples
-:- Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration
-:- DTD Attributes and its Types
-:- DTD Entities
-:- More DTD Directives
-:- DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives
-:- Creating XML Schemas
-:- Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation
-:- Creating XML Schemas
-:- The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink
-:- XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax
-:- XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation
-:- XLink: Simple and Extended Links
-:- Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations
-:- A Brief Review of XML Schemas
-:- A Brief Review of XML Schemas
-:- Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD
-:- Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX)
-:- RELAX NG Schema
-:- Schematron
-:- Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM)
-:- What is DOM, Anyway?
-:- What DOM is Not
-:- Why Do I Need DOM?
-:- Disadvantages of Using DOM
-:- DOM Levels
-:- DOM Core
-:- DOM Traversal and Range
-:- DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML
-:- Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB)
-:- Parsing XML Using SAX
-:- What Is SAX, Anyway?
-:- What SAX Is Not
-:- Why Do I Need SAX?
-:- SAX vs. DOM
-:- Disadvantages of SAX
-:- SAX Versions
-:- SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations
-:- Working with SAX
-:- Transforming XML with XSL
-:- XSL Technologies
-:- XSLT for Document Publishing
-:- Getting Started with XSLT
-:- The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor
-:- Advanced Features of XSLT
-:- XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication
-:- XSL Formatting Objects
-:- Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO
-:- Integrating XML with Databases
-:- XML Database Solutions
-:- Modeling Databases in XML
-:- Formatting XML for the Web
-:- A Brief History of DSSSL
-:- A Brief History of CSS
-:- XML Presentation Using CSS
-:- An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition
-:- An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization
-:- Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the Future
-:- An Overview of XForms
-:- Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG
-:- Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics
-:- SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics
-:- Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization
-:- Defining the Content DTD
-:- Creating the XML Content
-:- Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype
-:- SVG with Style Using CSS
-:- Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation
-:- Powering Web Pages with SVG
-:- SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO
-:- SVG Structure and Elements
-:- XML Development Primer
-:- The Future of SVG
-:- XML and Content Management
-:- What Is Web Content Management?
-:- What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow?
-:- The Role of XML in Web Content Management
-:- WebDAV Document Creation
-:- How to Design the XML Content Environment
-:- The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management
-:- Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE
-:- RSS Content Syndication
-:- Content Syndication Using ICE
-:- Selecting a Content-Management Solution
-:- Architecting Web Services
-:- What Are Web Services?
-:- Business Motivations for Web Services
-:- Technical Motivations for Web Services
-:- The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
-:- Architecting Web Services
-:- Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP
-:- Introduction to SOAP
-:- Basic SOAP Syntax
-:- Sending SOAP messages
-:- SOAP Implementations
-:- The Future of SOAP
-:- Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI
-:- Introduction to WSDL
-:- Basic WSDL Syntax
-:- SOAP Binding
-:- WSDL Implementations
-:- Introduction to UDDI
-:- The UDDI API
-:- UDDI - Vendor Implementations
-:- The Future of UDDI
-:- Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET
-:- The .NET Strategy
-:- ADO.NET
-:- The ADO.NET Data Provider
-:- The ADO.NET DataSet Class
-:- XML Within ADO.NET
-:- The System.Xml Namespace
-:- Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers
-:- BizTalk
-:- SQL Server 2000
-:- Understanding XML Standards
-:- Standards and Vocabularies
-:- The Definition of “Standard” as Excerpted from the American Heritage Dictionary
-:- Standards Organizations: Who Is Creating the Standards?
-:- Standards Stack Layers
-:- Standards Stack Aspects
-:- Community Vocabularies Layer
-:- Implementing XML in E-Business
-:- What Is the Supply Chain?
-:- Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
-:- E-Business and the Internet- Enabled Supply Chain
-:- Different Types of B2B Interaction
-:- Components of E-Business XML Systems
-:- Enterprise Integration
-:- CommerceNet eCo Framework
-:- XML/EDI
-:- ebXML
-:- RosettaNet
-:- Delivering Wireless and Voice Services with XML
-:- The Vision of Ubiquitous Computing
-:- Key Technologies : WAP, WML, VoiceXML
-:- Wireless Applications with WAP and WML
-:- Voice Applications with VoiceXML
-:- Applied XML in Vertical Industry
-:- The Vertical Industries
-:- Professional Services Standards
-:- Finance and Accounting: The Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL)
-:- Insurance
-:- Health Care: Health Level Seven (HL7)
-:- Legal Industry XML Standards: Legal XML
-:- Real Estate: Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization (MISMO)
-:- Business Administration and Human Resources (HR): Human Resources XML (HR-XML)
-:- Travel and Hospitality: Open Travel Alliance (OTA)
-:- Manufacturing: TranXML, Architecture, Engineering, and Construction XML (aecXML)
-:- Scientific and Engineering: Biotech, Chemistry
-:- Print, Media, and Entertainment: NewsML
-:- A Final Note: XML Standards Adoption
-:- RDF for Information Owners
-:- Basics of the Resource Description Framework
-:- The RDF Family of Specifications
-:- The RDF Data Model: Just Enough Graph Theory and The RDF Graph
-:- RDF Schema
-:- Working with the Angle Brackets
-:- The Semantic Web for Information Owners
-:- Precursors of the Semantic Web: Project Xanadu, HyTime
-:- Architecture of the Semantic Web
-:- How Do Semantics Get into the Semantic Web?
-:- Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 Specification
-:- XML Documents
-:- XML Logical Structures

SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE

WEB SERVICES

BUILDING SOA BASED APPLICATIONS

XML and Web Services Unleashed by Ron Schmelzer et al

Part I Essentials of XML

Chapter 1 XML in Context


-:- XML in Context
-:- XML: A Brief Glimpse
-:- Essentials of XML: How We Got Here
-:- The Beginnings of XML
-:- The Promise of XML
-:- Where Is XML Heading?

Chapter 2 The Fundamentals of XML


-:- The Fundamentals of XML
-:- Introduction to XML Syntax
-:- XML Document Structure
-:- XML Content Models
-:- Rules of XML Structure
-:- Well-Formed and Valid Documents
-:- Linking XML Documents Together
-:- Namespaces in XML
-:- Applying Style to XML
-:- Basics of Reading and Processing XML
-:- International Language Support in XML

Chapter 3 Validating XML with the Document Type Definition DTD


-:- Validating XML with the Document Type Definition (DTD)
-:- Document Type Definitions
-:- Some Simple DTD Examples
-:- Structure of a Document Type Definition and Declaration
-:- DTD Attributes and its Types
-:- DTD Entities
-:- More DTD Directives
-:- DTD Drawbacks and Alternatives

Chapter 4 Creating XML Schemas


-:- Creating XML Schemas
-:- Introduction to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation
-:- Creating XML Schemas

Chapter 5 The X Files XPath XPointer and XLink


-:- The X-Files: XPath, XPointer, and XLink
-:- XPath: Operators, Special Characters and Syntax
-:- XPointer: Points, Ranges, Notation
-:- XLink: Simple and Extended Links

Chapter 6 Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations


-:- Defining XML Using Alternate Schema Representations
-:- A Brief Review of XML Schemas
-:- A Brief Review of XML Schemas
-:- Dead Formats: XDR, DSD, and DCD
-:- Schema for Object-Oriented XML (SOX)
-:- RELAX NG Schema
-:- Schematron

Part II Building XML

Chapter 7 Parsing XML Using Document Object Model


-:- Parsing XML Using Document Object Model(DOM)
-:- What is DOM, Anyway?
-:- What DOM is Not
-:- Why Do I Need DOM?
-:- Disadvantages of Using DOM
-:- DOM Levels
-:- DOM Core
-:- DOM Traversal and Range
-:- DOM Implementations: JDOM, NanoXML, TinyXML, kXML
-:- Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB)

Chapter 8 Parsing XML Using SAX


-:- Parsing XML Using SAX
-:- What Is SAX, Anyway?
-:- What SAX Is Not
-:- Why Do I Need SAX?
-:- SAX vs. DOM
-:- Disadvantages of SAX
-:- SAX Versions
-:- SAX Basics : Packages, Implementations
-:- Working with SAX

Chapter 9 Transforming XML with XSL


-:- Transforming XML with XSL
-:- XSL Technologies
-:- XSLT for Document Publishing
-:- Getting Started with XSLT
-:- The Missing Piece: The XSLT Processor
-:- Advanced Features of XSLT
-:- XSL for Business-to-Business (B2B) Communication
-:- XSL Formatting Objects
-:- Web Application Integration: Java Servlets, XSLT, and XSL-FO

Chapter 10 Integrating XML with Databases


-:- Integrating XML with Databases
-:- XML Database Solutions
-:- Modeling Databases in XML

Chapter 11 Formatting XML for the Web


-:- Formatting XML for the Web
-:- A Brief History of DSSSL
-:- A Brief History of CSS
-:- XML Presentation Using CSS
-:- An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.0: The Transition
-:- An Overview of XHTML - XHTML 1.1: Modularization
-:- Coca Cabana Technology Shop Case Study: Building a Web Site for the Future
-:- An Overview of XForms

Chapter 12 Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG


-:- Interactive Graphical Visualizations with SVG
-:- Vector Graphics to Complement Bitmap Graphics
-:- SVG: An XML Standard for Vector Graphics
-:- Creating an Interactive Graphical Visualization
-:- Defining the Content DTD
-:- Creating the XML Content
-:- Creating an SVG Content Presentation Prototype
-:- SVG with Style Using CSS
-:- Defining the XSL to Transform XML Content to SVG Presentation
-:- Powering Web Pages with SVG
-:- SVG-To-Go with XSL-FO
-:- SVG Structure and Elements
-:- XML Development Primer
-:- The Future of SVG

Chapter 13 XML and Content Management


-:- XML and Content Management
-:- What Is Web Content Management?
-:- What are the Components of a Content-Management Workflow?
-:- The Role of XML in Web Content Management
-:- WebDAV Document Creation
-:- How to Design the XML Content Environment
-:- The Role of Metadata (RDF and PRISM) in Web Content Management
-:- Web Content Syndication with RSS and ICE
-:- RSS Content Syndication
-:- Content Syndication Using ICE
-:- Selecting a Content-Management Solution

Chapter 14 Architecting Web Services


-:- Architecting Web Services
-:- What Are Web Services?
-:- Business Motivations for Web Services
-:- Technical Motivations for Web Services
-:- The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
-:- Architecting Web Services

Chapter 15 Web Services Building Blocks SOAP


-:- Web Services Building Blocks: SOAP
-:- Introduction to SOAP
-:- Basic SOAP Syntax
-:- Sending SOAP messages
-:- SOAP Implementations
-:- The Future of SOAP

Chapter 16 Web Services Building Blocks WSDL and UDDI


-:- Web Services Building Blocks: WSDL and UDDI
-:- Introduction to WSDL
-:- Basic WSDL Syntax
-:- SOAP Binding
-:- WSDL Implementations
-:- Introduction to UDDI
-:- The UDDI API
-:- UDDI - Vendor Implementations
-:- The Future of UDDI

Chapter 17 Leveraging XML in Visual Studio dotNET


-:- Leveraging XML in Visual Studio .NET
-:- The .NET Strategy
-:- ADO.NET
-:- The ADO.NET Data Provider
-:- The ADO.NET DataSet Class
-:- XML Within ADO.NET
-:- The System.Xml Namespace

Chapter 18 Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers


-:- Using XML in the .NET Enterprise Servers
-:- BizTalk
-:- SQL Server 2000

Part III Applied XML

Chapter 19 Understanding XML Standards


-:- Understanding XML Standards
-:- Standards and Vocabularies
-:- The Definition of “Standard” as Excerpted from the American Heritage Dictionary
-:- Standards Organizations: Who Is Creating the Standards?
-:- Standards Stack Layers
-:- Standards Stack Aspects
-:- Community Vocabularies Layer

Chapter 20 Implementing XML in E Business


-:- Implementing XML in E-Business
-:- What Is the Supply Chain?
-:- Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
-:- E-Business and the Internet- Enabled Supply Chain
-:- Different Types of B2B Interaction
-:- Components of E-Business XML Systems
-:- Enterprise Integration
-:- CommerceNet eCo Framework
-:- XML/EDI
-:- ebXML
-:- RosettaNet

Chapter 21 Delivering Wireless and Voice Services with XML


-:- Delivering Wireless and Voice Services with XML
-:- The Vision of Ubiquitous Computing
-:- Key Technologies : WAP, WML, VoiceXML
-:- Wireless Applications with WAP and WML
-:- Voice Applications with VoiceXML

Chapter 22 Applied XML in Vertical Industry


-:- Applied XML in Vertical Industry
-:- The Vertical Industries
-:- Professional Services Standards
-:- Finance and Accounting: The Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL)
-:- Insurance
-:- Health Care: Health Level Seven (HL7)
-:- Legal Industry XML Standards: Legal XML
-:- Real Estate: Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization (MISMO)
-:- Business Administration and Human Resources (HR): Human Resources XML (HR-XML)
-:- Travel and Hospitality: Open Travel Alliance (OTA)
-:- Manufacturing: TranXML, Architecture, Engineering, and Construction XML (aecXML)
-:- Scientific and Engineering: Biotech, Chemistry
-:- Print, Media, and Entertainment: NewsML
-:- A Final Note: XML Standards Adoption

Part IV The Semantic Web

Chapter 23 RDF for Information Owners


-:- RDF for Information Owners
-:- Basics of the Resource Description Framework
-:- The RDF Family of Specifications
-:- The RDF Data Model: Just Enough Graph Theory and The RDF Graph
-:- RDF Schema
-:- Working with the Angle Brackets

Chapter 24 The Semantic Web for Information Owners


-:- The Semantic Web for Information Owners
-:- Precursors of the Semantic Web: Project Xanadu, HyTime
-:- Architecture of the Semantic Web
-:- How Do Semantics Get into the Semantic Web?

Extensible Markup Language XML 1 0 Specification


-:- Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 Specification
-:- XML Documents
-:- XML Logical Structures
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