XML and Java: Developing Web Applications, 2/e
Hiroshi Maruyama, Kent Tamura, Naohiko Uramoto, Makoto Murata, Andy Clark, Yuichi Nakamura, Ryo Neyama, Kazuya Kosaka, Satoshi Hada
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Fully revised to cover the latest standards and technologies, XML and Java™, Second Edition provides the practical solutions needed to design powerful and portable Web-based applications. Featuring step-by-step examples, it begins with an overview of XML programming techniques, standard APIs, and tools. Building upon this foundation, the book goes on to cover the latest technologies, including DOM Level 2, SAX2, XSLT, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI. It explores the role of these major middleware technologies in XML and Java-based Web application development, as well as the limitations and potential pitfalls. Topic coverage includes: techniques for making the most of existing XML processors, W3C XML Schema and OASIS RELAX NG, SOAP, techniques for storing XML documents using JDBC and standard techniques for securing B2B applications. The accompanying CD-ROM contains ready-to-run sample programs along with trial versions of WebSphere and DB2.
Table of Contents
1. Web Applications, XML, and Java.
2. Parsing XML Documents.
3. Generating and Serializing XML Documents.
4. Working with DOM.
5. Working with SAX.
6. Parser Tricks.
7. XPath and XSLT.
8. Bridging Application Data Structure and XML.
9. Working with Schemas: Datatypes and Namespaces.
10. XML Application Server.
11. XML and Databases.
12. XML Messaging.
13. Web Services.
15. Data Binding.
16. Principles of Schema Languages.
Appendix A. About the CD-ROM.
Appendix B. Useful Links and Books.
Appendix C. XML-Related Standardization Activities.
Appendix D. JDBC Primer.