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Table Of Contents

Preface
About the book
About the author
Disclaimer
Part I. General introduction to XML
What is XML and why should I care?
Chapter 2. A gentle introduction to XML markup
XML syntax
1. XML documents always have one and only one root element
XML documents always have one and only one root element
Element names are case-sensitive
Elements are always closed
Elements must be correctly nested
Exercise - Checking XML syntax
Chapter 3. Creating your own markup
Purpose and components
Exercise - Creating your own XML mark up
Chapter 4. Document type definitions
Defining XML vocabularies with DTDs
Names and numbers of elements
Exercise - Writing a simple DTD
Exercise - Validating against a system DTD
Exercise - Fixing an XML document by hand
Introduction
display
margin
text-indent
text-align
list-style
font-family
font-size
font-style
font-weight
Putting it together
Tables
Exercise - Displaying XML Using CSS
A few XSLT elements
Exercise - Hello, World
Exercise - XML to text
Exercise - XML to text, redux
Exercise - Transform an XML document into XHTML
Yet another example
Exercise - Transform an XML document with an XSLT stylesheet
Displaying tabular data
Manipulating XML data
Using XSLT to create other types of text files
Exercise - XML to XHTML
Exercise - Displaying TEI files in your browser
Exercise - Transform MODS into XHTML
Part III. Specific XML vocabularies
Exercise - Writing an XHTML document
Exercise - Convert MARC to XHTML
Exercise - Tranform MARCXML-like (SFX) to XHTML
About MARCXML
Exercise - Convert MARC to MARCXML
Exercise - Validating schema
About MODS
Exercise - Transform MARCXML to MODS
Exercise - Transform MARCXML to MODS, re- dux
Example
Exercise - Updating and validating an XML file with an XML schema
Exercise
Exercise - Transform MARCXML to RDF
A few elements
Exercise - Transform TEI to HTML
Processing with XSLT
Exercise - Make this manual
About XML and MySQL
Exercise - Transform MODS to SQL
Getting XML output from MySQL
A simple XSLT transformer
Batch processing
A bit about DOM and SAX
About swish-e
Exercises
Indexing XHTML
Indexing other XML formats
About Apache
CGI interfaces to XML indexes
Simple XHTML files
Improving display of search results
Modern browsers and XML search results
Transforming raw XML on the fly
What is the Open Archives Initiative?
The Problem
The Solution
Verbs
Responses -- the XML stream
An Example
Exercise - Making CIMI Schema data available via OAI-PMH
Exercise - Making MARCXML data available via OAI
Conclusion
Appendix B. An Introduction to the Search/Retrieve URL Service (SRU)
The Problems SRW and SRU are Intended to Solve
SRW and SRU as Web Services
Explain
Scan
SearchRetieve
A Sample Application: Journal Locator
SRW/U and OAI-PMH
OCKHAM
Summary
Acknowledgements
References
XML in general
Cascading Style Sheets
XSLT
DocBook
XHTML
OAI-PMH
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Getting Started With XML

Getting Started With XML

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