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Java and XML tools on CD-ROM

* Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition version 1.4 for Windows

* Plus XML parsers, an e-version of the book, and more

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

Development tools on CD-ROM!

* Example code from the book

* Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition version 1.4 for Windows; Forte for Java, release 3.0 Community Edition; and Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition, Wireless Toolkit 1.0.3

* XML Pro and JPad Pro demos

* XML Spy evaluation version

* UltraEdit shareware

* Xerces Java Parser, Crimson Java XML Parser, and GNU JAXP

* Plus a searchable e-version of the book

Extra Apply It

* "Apply It" and "Extra"sidebars highlight useful tips

* High-resolution screen shots demonstrate each task

* Succinct explanations walk you through step by step

* Two-page lessons break big topics into bite-sized modules

Synopsis:

System requirements for the accompanying CD-ROM: Pentium PC with Windows 98 or later. Macintosh with OS8.6 or later.

Synopsis:

Learn the concepts, syntax and APIs (Application Program Interface) of Java.

Includes information about DTDs, datatypes, child data, Cascading Style Sheets, XSL, data islands, ActiveX, metadata, JavaScript, Xlink, Xpointer, and more!

ABOUT THE CD-ROM

The CD will include coding examples.

Includes fully searchable e-version of the book.

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

About the Author

Ernest Friedman-Hill, Ph.D. is a Principal Member of Technical Staff in the Distributed Computing Research department at Sandia National Laboratories. He received his doctorate from MIT in 1992. At Sandia, Dr. Friedman-Hill's research topics have included the use of Intelligent Agents in scientific computing and in manufacturing. He has taught Java programming to over 3000 students since he first began in 1996. He is the author of Java: Your visual blueprint.

Emily Vander Veer specializes in translating Web-based technologies into straightforward, easy-to-understand concepts and practical examples for consumer, business, and technical audiences. In the past few years Emily has written several ...For Dummies books (including JavaScript For Dummies, JavaBeans For Dummies, and Netscape Visual JavaScript For Dummies). She is the author of XML: Your visual blueprint.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCING JAVA AND XML

Introducing the Java Phenomenon

Introducing XML

Java and XML Combined

JAVA BASICS

Install the Java SDK

Object-Oriented Programming Concepts

The Java Class Library

Java Conventions

Create a Source File

Create a Method

Create the Method Body

Compile a Java Program

Execute a Java Program

JAVA PROGRAMMING

Create an Object

Work with Object Fields

Specify the Data Type for a Variable

Work with Strings

Call a Method

Using Return Values and Arguments

Using the if Statement

Using the for Statement

Using The While Or Do While Loop

Using the Switch Statement

Create an Array

Create a Package

Import a Package

Extend a Class

Create an Exception

Handle Errors

Understanding Variable Scope

XML BASICS

Create an XML Document

Verify Well-Formedness

Create Elements

Add Attributes

Add a Comment

Include Special Processing Instructions

Using Predefined XML Entities

Include Nonstandard Text

XML DOCUMENT TYPE DEFINITIONS

Declare a DTD

Create an External DTD File

Declare a Container Element

Define the Structure of Elements

Define Element Attributes

Declare Attributes as Words

Restrict Attributes to a List of Values

Create Internal General Entities

Create a Notation

Create External General Entities

Using Namespaces

Using the XML Namespace Attribute.

XML SCHEMAS

Introducing XML Schemas

Create an XML Schema Declaration

Declare an Element

Assign an XML Schema to an XML Document

Validate an XML Document

Declare a Container Element

Declare Optional Elements

Specify Data Types

Constrain Element Values

Constrain Element Values to a List

Declare an Attribute

Constrain the Values of an Attribute

Reference Predefined Elements

Create a Group of Attributes

Constrain Values Using Regular Expressions

THE SAX API

An Introduction to the SAX API

Install the Xerces XML Parser

Set the CLASSPATH Environment Variable

Create an Event Handler Class

Parse an XML Document

Detect Elements in an XML Document

Extract Textual Element Content

Determine the Number of Element Attributes

Determine the Name of Attributes

Determine the Value of Attributes

Determine the Line Number Being Parsed

Determine Ignorable Whitespace in an Element

Work with Processing Instructions

Parse Multiple XML Documents Using Multiple Event Handlers

Create an Error Handler

Create a Custom Error Message

Create an Entity Resolver

Using the Default Handler

Determine Feature and Property Settings

Detect Notation Declarations

Create a Declaration Handler

Create a Lexical Handler

Turn on Validation

Toggle Namespace and Prefix Usage

THE DOM

Introducing the DOM

Retrieve the Root Element Name

Determine Node Type

Work with Nodes

Transverse All Element Nodes

Determine Names of Attributes

Determine the Values of Attributes

Work with Processing Instructions

Detect Entity References

Detect General Entities in the DTD

Retrieve DTD Information

Retrieve Text Information

Extract Comments

Extract CDATA Sections

Retrieve Notation Declarations

Navigate Nodes

Create an XML Document

Create a New DOM Tree with a Root Element

Add Attributes to an Element

Add a Child Element

Create a Text Node

Create Other Node Types

Copy Nodes

JDOM

Introducing JDOM

Create the Root Element

Add Content to the Root Element

Create Child Elements

Read an XML Document

Extract Element Text Content

Insert a Comment

Insert a CDATA Section

Add Processing Instructions

Add Attributes to an Element

Work with Attribute Objects

Save an XML Document

Work with Child Elements

Insert Pre-defined Entity References

Determine Element Type

Output a DOM Tree Using JDOM

JAXP

Introducing JAXP

Parse an XML Document

Detect Events

Configure Factory Settings

Set SAXParser Features

Parse a Document Using DOM

Create an Error Handler for Use with DOM

APPENDIX A

SAX API Quick Reference

DOM API Quick Reference

JDOM Quick Reference

JAXP Quick Reference

APPENDIX B

Java Quick Reference

APPENDIX C

XML Quick Reference

APPENDIX D

What's on the CD-ROM

Using the E-Version of this Book

Wiley Publishing, Inc. End-User License Agreement

INDEX

CD-ROM INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Product Details

ISBN:
9780764536830
Subtitle:
Your visual blueprint for creating Java-enhanced Web programs
Author:
Whitehead, Paul
Author:
VanderVeer, Emily A.
Author:
Veer, Emily A. Vander
Author:
Friedman-Hill, Ernest
Author:
Vander Veer, Emily A.
Publisher:
Visual
Location:
New York, NY
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
Java (Computer program language)
Subject:
Programming Languages - Java
Subject:
XML (Document markup language)
Subject:
Java
Subject:
XML
Subject:
Programming Languages - XML
Subject:
Object Technologies - Java
Copyright:
Series:
Visual Blueprint
Series Volume:
31
Publication Date:
20020625
Binding:
Electronic book text in proprietary or open standard format
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
23 cm. +

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"Synopsis" by , System requirements for the accompanying CD-ROM: Pentium PC with Windows 98 or later. Macintosh with OS8.6 or later.
"Synopsis" by , Learn the concepts, syntax and APIs (Application Program Interface) of Java.

Includes information about DTDs, datatypes, child data, Cascading Style Sheets, XSL, data islands, ActiveX, metadata, JavaScript, Xlink, Xpointer, and more!

ABOUT THE CD-ROM

The CD will include coding examples.

Includes fully searchable e-version of the book.

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

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