Customised course only.
This is due to the complex nature of W3C schemas, making the public course limited in value.
Schemas provide a means for defining application-specific markup languages and for understanding industry-standard markup languages. The simple schema language of XML, DTDs, have been superseded by a new generation of more powerful schema languages for XML, notably W3C XML Schemas and ISO Schematron.
On completion of this course, attendees will be able to:
• understand schemas for XML and their major uses
• understand XML Namespace
• create and maintain XML Schema schemas
• create and maintain Schematron schemas
• validate documents
• understand XML Schema terminology
Who should attend?
This course is primarily targeted at developers needing to understand the syntax and concepts behind XML Schemas. This course is also for developers who want to learn how to use XML Schemas to define the structure of XML languages and how to validate XML documents against XML schemas.
Prerequisites: This is a technical course. Attendees should have a sound understanding of basic XML concepts. Basic understanding of XML Namespaces, XPath or DTDs will be an advantage.
* Attendees with no programming experience may not get maximum value from this course.
Course tools: The Topologi Markup Editor will be used for development of all schemas and instances as well as validation for most of the exercises.
Length of course: 1 days
Cost: $550 + GST
Group Fee: $500 + GST