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XML Books Published By Wiley
Wiley (www.wiley.com) is a global publisher of print and electronic products, specializing in scientific, technical, and medical books and journals; professional and consumer books and subscription services; and textbooks and other educational materials for undergraduate and graduate students as well as lifelong learners.

Wiley has approximately 22,700 active titles and about 400 journals, and publishes about 2000 new titles in a variety of print and electronic formats each year.
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Information Architecture with XML : A Management Strategy Information Architecture with XML : A Management Strategy (Peter Brown, 5/20/2003)
XML has been introduced into many enterprises by stealth, through the IT back door and with little management overview or buy-in. This book proposes an alternative: a management-driven strategy. Its emphasis is on the ends (information management) rather than means (technology). It focuses on the need for high-level co-operation between all business units and services within an organisation and shows how XML can be both a technology and business integrator. The benefits it can bring are high levels of interoperability, not only between data and text but also between application processes, business logic and entire information systems.
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XML in Theory and Practice XML in Theory and Practice (Chris Bates, 5/1/2003)
XML is a powerful cross-platform mark-up language which has readily been adopted as a standard in many spheres of web and software development. Real benefits include its ease of integration into existing systems, the simplicity of using it in object-oriented environments and its wide applicability. Chris Bates shows how to use XML in modern software developments and backs up a thorough treatment of its key points with clear, practical examples.
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SVG for Web Designers SVG for Web Designers (J. Teague, Marc Campbell, 5/1/2003)
Here's all you need to know to create and deliver Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), whether or not you're a master programmer

With SVG, you can create and animate images for Web sites using an XML-based language–it’s the open source standard of the future for delivering Scalable Vector Graphics over the Web. This book smoothes the way, providing all the details you need to know without the technical jargon. It shows you exactly how to create SVG images using familiar graphics software such as Adobe Illustrator and GoLive , how to code an object once and reference it for different uses, how to save time by formatting SVG drawings with Cascading Style Sheets, and so much more.
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The Semantic Web: A Guide to the Future of XML, Web Services, and Knowledge Management The Semantic Web: A Guide to the Future of XML, Web Services, and Knowledge Management (Michael C. Daconta, Leo J. Obrst, Kevin T. Smith, 5/1/2003)
A strategic guide to the revolutionary framework that will change the way you do business

Imagine if you could teach your computer to make decisions that lead to faster B2B trading implementations, more effective customer management, and seamless data warehousing. Now, your imagination can be turned into reality. This authoritative book explores the Semantic Web, a revolutionary new framework for creating intelligent software applications that automate the processes of reasoning and decision-making. The Semantic Web first shows you how to vastly improve knowledge management in your company using Semantic Web technologies. You’ll then gain a clear understanding of the building blocks of these technologies, including XML, Web services, and the Resource Description Framework (RDF).

Along the way, you’ll be taken through the process of building the Semantic Web at your company in order to achieve a significant return on investment.
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Web Services Enhancements: Understanding the WSE for .NET Enterprise Applications Web Services Enhancements: Understanding the WSE for .NET Enterprise Applications (Bill Evjen, 3/1/2003)
Your in-depth guide to understanding the WSE for .NET enterprise applications

Web Services Enhancements for Microsoft .NET gives you a powerful new tool for building today’s complex enterprise Web services. Here is the owner’s manual that makes it all make sense, written by a Microsoft expert who has worked directly with the WSE development team. This in-depth book examines the XML Web services model and the Global XML Web Services Architecture (GXA), provides in-depth instruction on WS-Security, shows you how to build your own SOAP router, explores sending attachments with your SOAP messages using the new DIME specification, and shows you all the tips and tricks to make the WSE work for you.
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Executive's Guide to Web Services Executive's Guide to Web Services (Eric A. Marks, Mark J. Werrell, 3/1/2003)
Following along the brilliant analytical path that he blazed with the release of his first book on IT, Business Darwinism: Evolve or Dissolve, Marks, with coauthor Mark Werrell, continues to observe, digest, analyze, and clearly explain the latest trends in IT innovation. The Executive’s Guide to Web Services is a must-read companion for any IT manager, technology innovator, or corporate executive committed to successfully navigating through the maze of technology change. With this book, Marks and Werrell deliver a timely and valuable analysis of an important IT innovation at the ideal moment–just as the necessary confluence of technology, standards, and industry acceptance is starting to make the Web services vision a reality.
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.NET Web Services For Dummies .NET Web Services For Dummies (Anthony T. Mann, 3/1/2003)
Discover the .NET framework, use XML, and protect your data

Design, build, test, and implement great .NET Web service applications – fast

Getting a bunch of computers to talk to each other used to be tougher than getting your teenager to talk to you. .NET Web services fixes that, and this handy guide gives you no-frills information so you can get going immediately. Discover Visual Studio .NET, .NET Server, and other great ways to bridge the communications gap.
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Forthcoming Titles

Web Design with XML: Generating Webpages with XML, CSS, XSLT and Formatting Objects Web Design with XML: Generating Webpages with XML, CSS, XSLT and Formatting Objects (Manfred Knobloch, Matthias Kopp, 6/20/2003)
Web Design with XML is a quick and practical introduction to key XML technologies for the busy web designer. Featuring easy to use techniques and clear examples, Manfred Knobloch and Matthias Kopp show how to remodel XML documents into useful and attractive webpages. The book provides introductions to XML DTDs, Namespaces, CSS, XSL and XSLT with examples that illustrate how the concepts can be used. All examples are available for download on the accompanying website and can easily be used for server-side webpage generation as well as client-side rendering. The appeal of XML lies in its capacity for content management. When using it in web design the task of the technology should be to implement requirements as closely as possible. By using Web Design with XML you can ensure that your webpages are as efficient, manageable and user-friendly as possible. Visit the accompanying website at www.xml-web.de.
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XML All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies XML All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies (Richard Wagner, Richard Mansfield, 6/23/2003)
Discover how to speak XML, display XML in a browser, and validate XML

Your one-stop guide to understanding and using all of XML’s features and specifications

In less than five years, XML has become the universal format for exchanging information. Don’t get lost in the translation! With the seven minibooks in this all-in-one guide, you’ll have everything at your fingertips – from creating XML documents and working with schemas to using Xpointer, understanding SOAP, and diving into WSDL.
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XML in 60 Minutes a Day XML in 60 Minutes a Day (Linda McKinnon, Al McKinnon, 7/1/2003)
* XML is now ubiquitous, not just in Web development, but as the underpinning of interactive Web services: applications that really do run on any platform
* Includes twenty-four one-hour lessons that recreate a typical week-long introductory seminar
* Provides readers with a sound, fundamental understanding of XML and how it changes application development
* Explains how to use XML when dealing with transforms, schemas, and other Web services requirements
* The authors teach courses for IBM Canada
* Companion Web site features an online presentation by the authors that follows along with each chapter and includes an audio-only option for readers with dial-up Internet connection
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XML Programming Bible XML Programming Bible (Brian Benz, 8/1/2003)
XML is not a programming language, it is a set of rules for designing formats to structure your data. This book is a comprehensive guide to architectural concepts and programming techniques for XML. The material covers the mainstream industry XML and Web service formats as well as tools and techniques for developing applications based on these formats.
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Powering Office 2003 with XML Powering Office 2003 with XML (Peter G. Aitken, 9/1/2003)
Part of the bestselling Power Pack family of technical guides, this is the ideal resource for creating standardized ways to share and reuse informa-tion across Word, Excel, Access, and the Web using XML
XML (Extensible Markup Language) is an international standard for describing information structure in documents of any type, and Office "X" enables users to define individual XML templates that in turn will define the information in their documents
XML and user-defined XML schemas are becoming widely used in many large specialized industries such as healthcare, insurance, and finance, where a need exists to exchange structured data reliably
Teaches readers how to create their own corporate XML templates to define and standardize document data structure, so organizations using Office can display documents and data from Office applications in the same format on any platform that supports XML
Companion Web site provides additional valuable information and useful links
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Other XML/Web Services/.NET/Java Titles

Deploying Solutions with .NET Enterprise Servers Deploying Solutions with .NET Enterprise Servers (Mike Young, Curtis W. Young, 1/1/2003)
From IT mainstays such as Exchange Server to leading-edge solutions including Content Management Server, the Microsoft .NET family of products will help you build, deploy, and manage solutions that meet your business requirements. This hands-on, practical guide will show you how to create these distributed and integrated solutions while leveraging the strengths and coping with the weaknesses of .NET Enterprise Servers.

Beginning with an in-depth review of XML and the ADO application program interface, which are essential for integration, the authors provide a thorough description and honest assessment of each of the servers’ key features and any shortcomings. You’ll also learn when and how to deploy solutions for each product, including a detailed list of best practices for integration and interoperability.
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Oracle XSQL  : Combining SQL, Oracle Text, XSLT, and Java to Publish Dynamic Web Content Oracle XSQL : Combining SQL, Oracle Text, XSLT, and Java to Publish Dynamic Web Content (Michael D. Thomas, 1/1/2003)
Discover how to combine the power of SQL, XML, and XSLT to publish dynamic Web content using XSQL

XSQL isn’t just some razzle-dazzle technology. It allows you to easily leverage the most robust, mature, and usable technologies in the industry: SQL, HTML, HTTP, XML, Java, and the Oracle RDBMS. With an exciting first look at XSQL, this innovative book shows you how to bring all of these powerful technologies together in order to publish dynamic Web content. You’ll first find a comprehensive discussion of how XSQL relates to each of these technologies. Then you’ll learn how you can use XSQL to present your database data on the Web instantly. The numerous code examples will show you how to develop a complete application with just XSQL and XSLT.
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BEA WebLogic Workshop : Building Next Generation Web Services Visually BEA WebLogic Workshop : Building Next Generation Web Services Visually (Sean Christofferson, Srinivas Jayanthi, Wira Pradjinata, Steven Traut, 1/1/2003)
In this comprehensive, progressive guidebook, top BEA WebLogic Workshop insiders and consultants have written your ticket to the WebLogic Workshop world, the development platform you can leverage to create enterprise-class Web services without a working knowledge of J2EE APIs. Each chapter is loaded with plenty of sample code, so you can apply the concepts in your work immediately. When you’re ready to move to the next level, the optional sections and final chapters provide advanced information to build your knowledge, helping you exploit the full power of this versatile development environment.
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Water: Simplified Web Services and XML Programming Water: Simplified Web Services and XML Programming (Mike Plusch, 12/1/2002)
Your in-depth guide to simplified XML Web development using the revolutionary Water language

Here, by the co-creator of the language himself, is the ultimate guide to Water, an exciting, flexible new programming language designed to speed and simplify the way you develop Web services and applications. In these pages, Mike Plusch guides you through Water programming with hands-on tutorials and over 1,000 examples that include the source code and output. You’ll discover how, by programming in XML syntax with Water, you can streamline the creation of complex Web services–for example, how a complete Web service can be implemented in one line of code. Loaded with valuable code, this book is the next best thing to having the developer of Water on your staff.
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Developing Java Web Services: Architecting and Developing Secure Web Services Using Java Developing Java Web Services: Architecting and Developing Secure Web Services Using Java (Ramesh Nagappan, Robert Skoczylas, Rima Patel Sriganesh, 12/1/2002)
This hands-on developer’s guide to Web services prepares you for the next level of distributed computing. The authors clearly show how to implement and deploy Web services using Java while also explaining the fundamentals from the ground up. After providing a detailed introduction to Web services, they walk you through the Web services architecture and its core building blocks, including standards and technologies. You’ll then learn how to develop Web services solutions using Sun Java Web Services Developer Pack (JWSDP 1.0) APIs and how to expose your J2EE applications as Web services.
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Mastering Web Services Security Mastering Web Services Security (Bret Hartman, Donald J. Flinn, Konstantin Beznosov, Shirley Kawamoto, 12/1/2002)
Web services promise to simplify business programming and to improve interoperability, but they won’t deliver on these promises without effective security. Written by the leading security experts in the field, this innovative book clearly shows how to build a real-world, secure Web services system. Using theory, examples, and practical advice, the authors examine each of the security technologies used for providing secure Web services, emphasizing how security works with XML and SOAP. And with the help of two case studies, you’ll also learn how to effectively plan and deploy a secure Web services system for both J2EE and .NET.
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The Official XMLSPY Handbook The Official XMLSPY Handbook (Larry Kim, 12/1/2002)
Here’s the only guide sanctioned by the XMLSPY company…

This is it – the only XMLSPY reference book authorized by Altova, Inc. Written by a top XML "spy," it reveals all the secrets of this award-winning XML development environment, already used by more than 1 million registered users worldwide. Learn to create and validate documents, design XML Schemas and WSDL files, and build and debug XSLT stylesheets. Whether you're new to the Spy world or a veteran seeking faster, easier ways to build XML applications, this is the definitive handbook and the official textbook for XMLSPY training and certification.
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ebXML: Concepts and Application ebXML: Concepts and Application (Brian Gibb, Suresh Damodaran, 10/1/2002)
Your in-depth guide to understanding how ebXML can affect your company’s business.

ebXML, the new global standard for Internet-based B2B electronic commerce, is being embraced worldwide. In this book, two recognized OASIS experts present an authoritative guide for understanding and applying ebXML to today’s hyper-competitive, hyper-dynamic global electronic marketplace. Packed with real-world implementation examples, this book synthesizes key topics surrounding ebXML. The authors examine ebXML history, its relationship to and co-existence with legacy EDI, complementary Web Services technologies, and next-generation B2B electronic commerce requirements that drive the need for ebXML as a standards-based, shared e-commerce infrastructure framework. You benefit from a powerful blend of e-business insight, representative deployment scenarios, an architectural overview, and dozens of practical recommendations that can help you make informed decisions about purchasing and implementing e-business software solutions.
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ebXML Simplified: A Guide to the New Standard for Global E-Commerce ebXML Simplified: A Guide to the New Standard for Global E-Commerce (Eric Chiu, 10/1/2002)
The first guide to understanding ebXML and its strategic implementation Just ratified in March 2001, ebXML is the new standard for B2B data exchange and the cornerstone of the next generation of B2B applications. IT managers are now scrambling to plan for the huge and complex job of upgrading their non-XML legacy systems. This book provides a concise, yet thorough introduction to ebXML and features guidelines for making strategic decisions concerning ebXML implementation. Following an overview of ebXML, the problems it solves, and how it relates to other standards, the author explains how major B2B vendors plan to integrate ebXML into their products. Eric Chiu then takes a detailed look at ebXML's technical architecture, with discussions of its design conventions and each of the major specifications that comprise ebXML.
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Building Web Applications with ADO.NET and XML Web Services Building Web Applications with ADO.NET and XML Web Services (Richard Hundhausen, Steven Borg, Cole Francis, Kenneth Wilcox, 9/1/2002)
Richard Hundhausen, Steven Borg, Cole Francis, and Kenneth Wilcox have combined their years of expertise in this invaluable resource to teach you how a typical wired business can leverage Web services in B2B commerce. Using a case study, the authors walk you step by step through how to take advantage of new technologies in .NET, such as ADO, ASP, and SOAP, to create XML Web services. They start with a discussion of a Web services provider case study, including the analysis, design, construction, registration, and deployment of the Web service. You’ll then learn about the conceptual design of a system and receive an introduction to Object Role Modeling (ORM).
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XML Schema Essentials XML Schema Essentials (R. Allen Wyke, Andrew Watt, 9/1/2002)
Replacing DTDs (Document Type Definitions) as the way in which XML documents are described and validated, XML schemas are essential for ensuring the accuracy and security of information in B2B transactions and other XML applications. This how-to guide employs extensive examples and source code to help developers and programmers get quickly up to speed on the practical application of this important technology. With in-depth explanations for each example, XML expert Mike Fitzgerald acquaints readers with coding structures, then moves to more advanced topics, including unique element and attribute values, keys, and how to use schemas with HTML. Like the other books in the series, this guide features comprehensive appendices listing all the datatypes and data facets, code indexes, and other time-saving features.
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Java Web Services Programming Java Web Services Programming (Rashim Mogha, V.V. Preetham, 8/1/2002)
Your in-depth guide to programming with the Java Web Services Developer Pack

The Java Web Services Developer Pack (Java WSDP) gives you all the tools you need to start creating Web services. Packed with lucid explanations and lots of code examples, this valuable guide covers the Web services framework and the open standards that support it, including XML, WSDL, SOAP, and UDDI. Learn to implement these standards using the WSDP, from working with the Java Web services architecture and developing JavaServer Pages and servlets to making the most of JAXP, JAXB, JAX-RPC, JAXR, and the rest of the Java XML toolset.
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ADO.NET and XML: ASP.NET On The Edge ADO.NET and XML: ASP.NET On The Edge (Gregory A. Beamer, 7/1/2002)
Your detailed road map for building .NET Web applications and services

The Microsoft .NET framework delivers a comprehensive platform for developing data-driven applications and Web services. Packed with code examples, incisive comparisons to previous Microsoft technologies, and a complete three-part case study, this thorough, in-depth guide shows you how to get up to speed on developing ASP.NET applications using Visual Basic .NET, ADO.NET, and XML–and put all these technologies together in a real-world application. Written by a seasoned developer, for developers, this book is the one indispensable resource you need to stay on the leading edge of .NET.
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Java , XML, and JAXP Java , XML, and JAXP (Arthur Griffith, 7/1/2002)
A nuts-and-bolts guide focusing exclusively on Sun's Java XML API

The sole purpose of Sun Microsystem's Java XML API is to write programs that generate XML data for transmission and programs that decipher incoming XML data. While there are many references on the market offering exhaustive coverage of Java, XML, and the JAXP, until now there were none dedicated to providing developers and IT professionals with instant access to critical, drill-down information on how to use the Java XML API to transmit, receive, create, load, and modify XML documents. Arthur Griffith offers clear and concise coverage of the underlying theory involved and uses numerous examples to demonstrate the API's various features and capabilities.
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XPath Essentials XPath Essentials (Andrew Watt, R. Allen Wyke, TIPS Technical Publishing, 7/1/2002)
The only book available to cover XLink, XML Base, and XPointer pieces of the XML specification.
* Authors are well-established XML experts, with extensive writing and technical editing experience.
* Features a source code index, as well as a traditional index, and appendices of resources and language references.
* CD-ROM includes all the source code from the book.
* Companion Web site contains links to updated information and resources.

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Visual Basic .NET and XML : Harness the Power of XML in VB.NET Applications Visual Basic .NET and XML : Harness the Power of XML in VB.NET Applications (Rod Stephens, Brian Hochgurtel, 7/1/2002)
An accessible and step-by-step approach to using VB.NET and XML enterprise application development XML is a tool for interacting with, describing, and transporting data between machines across networks and across the Internet-perfectly suited for Microsoft's .NET plan to fully integrate the Internet into distributed computing. By using real-world and fully-functional examples, this book quickly brings Visual Basic programmers and developers up to speed on XML for enterprise application development. The authors include an overview of XML and how it works with VB.NET, then explain how to use it to manipulate data in distributed environments. Companion Web site at www.vb-helper.com features the complete working code for all the examples built in the book. Microsoft Technologies
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Mastering XMI: Java Programming with XMI, XML and UML Mastering XMI: Java Programming with XMI, XML and UML (Timothy J. Grose, Gary C. Doney, Stephen A. Brodsky, 7/1/2002)
Create more powerful, flexible applications using a new extension of the XML standard

Programmers are finding that the XMI extension of the XML standard provides a lot more flexibility in writing software for sharing data. Written by one of the principal authors of XMI, this book provides programmers with everything they need to know to best utilize this extension. The authors cover the basics first, detailing the essential concepts and explaining how XMI relates to XML and UML. Readers will then learn how to program with XMI, including how to express data in XMI, create XMI documents with Java, and merge documents. Samples of real-world XMI applications are also included throughout the book that show how IBM is using XMI with data warehousing and how to convert simple relational databases into XMI. CD-ROM includes sample XMI source code and software tools for developing XMI and XML applications.
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XML For Dummies, 3rd Edition XML For Dummies, 3rd Edition (Ed Tittel, 6/1/2002)
Your indispensable introductory guide ?updated to cover the latest XML tools and techniques!
Get the scoop on XML Schemas, XSLT, and Web services
Harness the power of XML and take the Web to the next level
Data exchange. Database connectivity. Complex document creation. With XML, you can create common formats for sharing information ? once you get the hang of all those rules. That?s where this book comes in. Now updated to cover the latest XML developments, this friendly reference helps you get the hang of DTDs, XML Schema, XPath, and other applications ? and start putting XML to work.
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Java and XML For Dummies Java and XML For Dummies (Barry Burd, 6/1/2002)
Packed with easy-to-grasp examples of APIs and tools

Get the hang of Java’s XML toolset and join the Web services revolution!

Java and XML are the foundations of a new generation of applications and Web services. But how do you get up to speed on those Java XML tools? Don’t worry! This friendly reference walks you through all the major APIs and standards – from JAXP and SAX to SOAP and UDDI – and shows you how to start programming right away.
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Java and XML : Your Visual Blueprint for Creating Java-Enhanced Web Programs Java and XML : Your Visual Blueprint for Creating Java-Enhanced Web Programs (Paul Whitehead, Dr. Ernest Friedman-Hill, Emily A. Vander Veer, 6/1/2002)
Welcome to the only guidebook series that takes a visual approach to professional-level computer topics. Open the book and you’ll discover step-by-step screen shots that demonstrate over 120 key Java and XML programming techniques, including:
  • Creating a Java class file
  • Importing a Java package
  • Verifying XML well-formedness
  • Declaring an XML DTD
  • Preparing an XML Schema declaration
  • Parsing an XML document with the SAX API
  • Working with nodes in the DOM
  • Extracting CDATA sections
  • Creating child elements in JDOM
  • Detecting events in JAXP

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XML Web Services with ASP.NET XML Web Services with ASP.NET (Bill Evjen, 5/1/2002)
Microsoft’s .NET Framework opens up a whole new world of Web services. This comprehensive guide shows you how to get a handle on the new .NET and XML Web services tools – and get up to speed on building your own next-generation Web applications. Using plenty of ASP.NET examples in Visual Basic .NET and C#, .NET expert Bill Evjen explains step by step how to construct and consume both simple and complex Web services. Along the way, he demonstrates how to incorporate many key technologies into your applications, including WSDL, UDDI, Disco, SOAP, authentication, encryption, ADO.NET, and .NET Remoting. Evjen also offers practical tips and techniques for error and exception handling, optimization, and other advanced issues.
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Novell’s Guide to DirXML Novell’s Guide to DirXML (Peter Kuo, 4/1/2002)
DirXML combines the power of Novell eDirectory with the flexibility of XML to enable data sharing and standardization throughout a network and beyond its barriers. In this definitive reference, expert Novell author Peter Kuo gives you in-depth background and step-by-step instructions for implementing DirXML within your enterprise’s existing network infrastructure to enable instant updates and synchronization of all your data repositories. Time-saving tips for installing, configuring, and troubleshooting will help you get DirXML up and running fast.
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XSLT For Dummies XSLT For Dummies (Richard Wagner, 4/1/2002)
Even experienced programmers need a place to start with a new technology. XSLT For Dummies gives you the foundation they need to start transforming XML data right away. This friendly guide covers the essentials first-time XSLT users need to know about creating basic style sheets, working with various Web browsers, navigating XSLT tools, transforming XML, and putting the technology to work.
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Java Tools: Using XML, EJB, CORBA, Servlets and SOAP Java Tools: Using XML, EJB, CORBA, Servlets and SOAP (Andreas Eberhart, Stefan Fischer, 3/1/2002)
Using XML, EJB, Corba, Servlets and SOAP, it is possible to develop very complex and powerful applications. This book shows how to design and implement distributed internet applications based on these Java technologies. Its emphasis is on how to combine the strengths of these different technologies in order to create the best possible applications.

First, the authors establish a foundation in the HTML and Java chapters. Then, they cover Servlets, Corba, EJB, XML, and SOAP and introduce important development tools. Where appropriate, they provide comparisons and analogies to the Microsoft and Open Source world, and throughout the book, Eberhart and Fisher provide a single running example of an online bookstore which serves to explain all the aspects of a distributed application, showing the step-by-step way in which new functionalities are incorporated and how the appropriate technologies are used to achieve the result. All of the tools are public domain, which makes it possible for the reader to try out everything on a PC at home and a comprehensive web site which contains the examples - 'ready to run'.
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Java, XML, and Web Services Bible Java, XML, and Web Services Bible (Mike Jasnowski, 3/1/2002)
Combine platform-neutral Java programming with XML's platform-neutral data format and you get a powerful new paradigm for creating distributed applications and Web services. If you are familiar with Java, this comprehensive book will tell you all you need to know to unleash the full interoperability of these two versatile technologies. Complete coverage of the latest techniques, protocols, and underlying technologies make this the ideal guide, whether you are an XML newcomer of a veteran Internet developer.
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Java , XML, and JAXP Java , XML, and JAXP (Arthur Griffith, 2/1/2002)
An overwhelming amount of information about XML exists in books and magazines, on the Internet, at conferences and seminars, and even in mass mailings that can send the most technologically savvy person whirling. You could find yourself hard-pressed to find a resource that contains a concise breakdown of all that data, filtered and distilled to its bare bones–– until now. Arthur Griffith realizes that other books on the topic are often expansive tutorials that force the reader to wade through all the material before finding the critical information needed. With Java, XML, and JAXP, he provides you with instant access to critical, drill-down information on Sun’s Java XML API and the foundation for you to proceed into any region of XML usage and technology and have secure knowledge of the basics.

Geared toward developers and IT professionals with an understanding of the fundamentals of Java, HTML, and URLs, this book is filled with examples that describe and demonstrate API’s specific features and capabilities. Griffith uses his vast experience as a systems veteran to explain the two distinct ways of using Sun’s Java XML API. He explores one option of placing the XML data in an internal tree-like structure and the alternative of streaming the XML data through a filter.
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Sun ONE Services Sun ONE Services (Mark Watson, 1/1/2002)
Sun™ ONE Services Create Context-Aware Web Services on the Sun ONE Framework The Sun Open Net Environment lets you build a new generation of open, Java-based Web services that are attuned to a user's location, available networked devices, group affiliation, and current tasks. This lucid guide shows you how. Veteran Java developer Mark Watson first examines the key J2EE 2 APIs and XML technologies that go into Sun ONE — EJBs, JSPs, JNDI, UDDI, ebXML, SOAP, WSDL, and JAXP, among others — and explains how to select a Java application server. He then walks you step by step through Sun ONE development issues — including the use of artificial intelligence — and provides a complete example financial application based on multiple Web services. Your Road Map for Sun Open Net Environment Web Services Development
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Essential XUL Programming Essential XUL Programming (Vaughn Bullard, Kevin T. Smith, Michael C. Daconta, 12/1/2001)
A revolutionary new technology for the rapidly expanding world of e-commerce, XUL (XML User Interface Language) is an XML-based user interface language that gives Web developers control over all aspects of the Web interface. Featuring two tutorials on programming with XUL, this book shows developers how to use basic XUL elements to build a sample interface for an e-commerce site, then goes on to explore more sophisticated applications by creating an information portal inside an application. Readers will find expert tips and advice on how to get started writing XUL code as well as how to extend it into Java and other non-Netscape interfaces.
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XML Bible, Gold Edition XML Bible, Gold Edition (Elliotte Rusty Harold, 11/1/2001)
With six full chapters more than the XML Bible, 2nd Edition, plus revised material throughout — over 300 pages of all-new content on CSS Level 3, XML Base, Canonical XML, reading DTDs, and more — this is truly the gold standard in XML reference books. Packed with detailed examples and coverage of the latest W3C standards, this unbeatable resource delivers the know-how you need to make your Web sites to the next level. You'll find everything you need to know about the Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL), Scaleable Vector Graphics (SVG), the Wireless Markup Language (WML), XInclude, the Resource Directory Description Language (RDDL), Schemas, XHTML, and much more.
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XSLT and XPath On The Edge, Unlimited Edition XSLT and XPath On The Edge, Unlimited Edition (Jeni Tennison, 10/1/2001)
Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation, along with the XML Path Language, give you the power to transform XML documents into HTML documents, or to other XML documents that you can use in Web-based applications. But how do you implement XSLT in the real world? This book provides the answer. Covering everything from reformatting numbers to create dynamic XSLT applications, XSLT expert Jeni Tennison delivers a wealth of ready-to-use utility templates and practical XSLT solutions — everything you need to jump-start XSLT development.
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XML Weekend Crash Course XML Weekend Crash Course (Kay Ethier, Alan Houser, 9/1/2001)
Get Up to Speed on XML — in a Weekend! The big day is Monday — the day you get to show off what you know about XML. The problem is, you're not really up to speed. Maybe it's been a while since you worked with Extensible Markup Language, or maybe you just like a challenge. In any event, we've got a solution for you — XML Weekend Crash Course. Open the book Friday evening and on Sunday afternoon, after completing 30 fast, focused sessions, you'll be able to jump right in and start creating cutting-edge XML solutions.
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XML: A Primer, 3rd Edition XML: A Primer, 3rd Edition (Simon St.Laurent, 5/1/2001)
XML A Primer 3rd Edition Your XML Road Map In the past few years, XML has roared from specification to buzzword to implementation. Now revised to cover the latest W3C specifications and development tools for Xlink, XPointer, XPath, XSLT, and more, this lucid, example-filled primer shows you how to get a handle on this powerful Web language and begin creating data-driven applications, even if you have no prior experience with XML or SGML.
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Creating the Semantic Web with RDF: Professional Developer's Guide Creating the Semantic Web with RDF: Professional Developer's Guide (Johan Hjelm, 5/1/2001)
With the endless number of Web sites vying for attention, it’s more important than ever before to stand out and offer a richer, better-tailored experience. The new Resource Description Framework (RDF) standard can accomplish this by making personalization and adaptation of content easier. Johan Hjelm guides you through all the features of RDF, explaining how to take advantage of this technology and create exciting Web services for metadata. With his book, you’ll learn how to use RDF to filter content, personalize information, and develop information services and objects. He also clearly shows you how to use RDF and XML to build metadata and user profiles. These profiles can help you produce new types of services and target data to users. This means that you’ll be able to reach the right people and provide them with the exact information they want!
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