Java and XML

Java and XML Training Philippines

Course: 375

Type: Hands-On Training

Duration: 2 days

Courses Benefits:

Java's unique architecture enables programmers to develop a single application that can run across multiple platforms. XML allows non-compatible systems to exchange data. Java and XML together provide a true enterprise application integration. In this course, you gain experience using Java to create an d process XML documents. You also use Java to build a working prototype of a Web-based application that can generate, exchange, format and control XML.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Parse XML with DOM, SAX, and JAXB
  • Build Java objects from XML data
  • Create new XML documents using DOM, JAXB, and JDBC

Who Should Attend:

Architects, programmers, engineers, managers and those who want to exchange data via XML over networks. Knowledge of Java at the level of Course 321 - Java Programming, plus real-world Java programming experience, is assumed. This course also assumes that participants are familiar with XML at the level of Course 715 - Introduction to XML.

Course Content:

  • Parsing with SAX
    • SAX Overview
    • Creating the Parser
    • Implmenting the ContentHandler
    • JAXP for SAX
  • Parsing with DOM
    • DOM Architecture
    • Loading the Document
    • Primary Node Types
    • Creating and Modifying XML with DOM
    • JAXP for DOM
  • JAXB
    • Binding Java / XML Schema
    • Unmarshalling XML to Java
    • Marshalling Java to XML
    • Data Type Mappings

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Enrolling entitles you to...
  • Class participation
  • Team workshops
  • Use of in-class and hands-on equipment
  • Course CD
  • Comprehensive course materials
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Course Completion Certificate