XML and Java(tm): Developing Web Applications is a tutorial that will teach Web developers, programmers, and system engineers how to create robust XML business applications for the Internet using the Java technology. The authors, a team of IBM XML experts, introduce the essentials of XML and Java development, from a review of basic concepts to thorough coverage of advanced techniques. Using a step-by-step approach, this book illustrates real-world implications of XML and Java technologies as they apply to Web applications. Readers should have a basic understanding of XML as well as experience in writing simple Java programs.
XML and Java enables you to:
* Develop Web business applications using XML and Java through real-world examples and code * Quickly obtain XML programming skills * Become familiar with Document Object Models (DOM) and the Simple API for XML (SAX) * Understand the Electronic Document Interchange (EDI) system design using XML and Document Type Definition (DTD), including * coverage on automating business-to-business message exchange * Leverage JavaBean components * Learn a hands-on, practical orientation to XML and Java
XML has strong support from industry giants such as IBM, Sun, Microsoft, and Netscape. Java, with its "write once, run anywhere" capabilities, is a natural companion to XML for building the revolutionary Internet applications described in this book. XML and Java demonstrates how developers can harness the power of these technologies to develop effective Web applications. If you want to learn Java-based solutions for implementing key XML features--including parsing, document generation, object tree manipulation, and document processing--there is no better resource than this book.
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Written by three XML researchers from IBM, XML and Java provides a great introduction to the Extensible Markup Language (XML) for the working Java developer. This book proves that you don't have to master all the details of XML to utilize its power for real-world projects on the Web.
After introducing XML and explaining its ability to standardize information exchange in corporate computing, the book turns to today's XML Java parsers, like XML for Java and the Simple API for Java (SAX), which greatly simplify XML development. Using these two APIs, the book shows how to parse an XML document.
Next the authors demonstrate how to create an XML document from scratch as well as modify XML tree structures. They also present a mapping program, which translates XML data from one format to another. (This utility can be used to convert HTML to XML.)
XML can be used to describe content, which the book terms as metacontent. A sample Java servlet listed in the book stores documents posted to a Web site, along with descriptions of its components. JDBC for database programming also receives coverage in an excellent example demonstrating how XML can be parsed into SQL queries and then translated back into other XML documents.
The book also examines how XML exchanges information, principally as an alternative to the Electronic Document Interchange (EDI) format, and then rounds out with XML security, a JavaBeans component version of XML for Java, and a sample Web application that gathers XML content from several travel Web sites. An appendix lists all XML for Java APIs.
In all, with its clear format and standout code examples, XML and Java is an appealing resource for Java developers approaching XML for the first time. --Richard DraganAbout the Author:
Hiroshi Maruyama, Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM’s Tokyo Research Laboratory, led a team specializing in the development of advanced XML technologies. Kent Tamura is the creator of IBM XML Parser for Java (since renamed Xerces and made open source). Naohiko Uramoto is a visiting Associate Professor at the National Institute of Informatics who specializes in advanced Web services development. 0201485435AB05082002
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