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    Message par allami le Mar 14 Juil - 15:22

    Bonjour ;

    CONTENU
    Preface v
    1. Using this book 1
    Book structure 1
    Style conventions 2
    Editorial policies 3
    The XML standard
    2. Elementary XML 5
    Introduction 5
    Text 6
    Markup 6
    XML documents 8
    Elements 8
    Document modelling 14
    Element hierarchies 16
    Attributes 23
    Uses of XML 26
    3. More document markup 29
    Introduction 29
    Reserved attributes 30
    Processing instructions 31
    XML declaration 32
    Markup declarations 34
    Document type declaration 35
    Character data sections 36
    Comments 37
    Syntax overview 38
    XM Lbook3.book Page vii Friday,October19,2001 7:23 PM
    viii The XML Companion
    4. Physical structures (entities) 41
    Introduction 41
    Entity references 42
    Built-in entity references 43
    Character entity references 44
    Declaring an entity 45
    Internal text entities 46
    External text entities 48
    Entities within entities 50
    Binary entities 52
    General entities 53
    Parameter entities 54
    Document type declaration 56
    Alternatives to entities 57
    5. Document type definitions (the DTD) 59
    Introduction 59
    Models 60
    Validating parsers 62
    DTD location 63
    DTD markup 64
    Element declarations 66
    Attribute declarations 72
    Parameter entities 79
    Conditional sections 80
    Notation declarations 82
    DTD processing issues 83
    6. Document modelling techniques 87
    Stages of development 87
    Document analysis 89
    Database schema analysis 90
    Future-use analysis 91
    Legally overlapping structures 92
    Appropriate names 93
    XM Lbook3.book Page viii Friday,October19,2001 7:23 PM
    Contents ix
    Element or attribute 95
    Other modelling tips 98
    Appropriate granularity 100
    Industry standard models 100
    Lists 103
    Table standards 105
    Architectural forms 107
    DTD writing tools 111
    DTD formatting 112
    Debugging the DTD 114
    Case study (quotations) 115
    Case study (this book) 116
    7. Hypertext links 123
    Background 123
    ID/IDREF 125
    Link value strategies 127
    Merging to publish 128
    8. Whitespace issues 131
    Whitespace 131
    Line-end normalization 132
    Whitespace in markup 133
    Element content space 133
    Preserved space 134
    Line ending interpretation 136
    Ambiguous space 138
    Extensions to XML
    9. XML extensions 145
    Extension standards 145
    General extensions 146
    Significant XML domains 148
    XM Lbook3.book Page ix Friday,October19,2001 7:23 PM
    x The XML Companion
    10. Namespaces 153
    Compound documents 153
    Mixed model problems 154
    The standard 155
    Namespace identification 156
    Using namespaces 157
    Defaults 159
    DTD handling 160
    Examples of usage 162
    11. Relative URLs (XML Base) 165
    Background 165
    XML Base markup 167
    External entity declarations 169
    External entity content 170
    DTD declarations 172
    12. Composite documents (XInclude) 173
    Overview 173
    Identifying objects to include 174
    Recursive processing 176
    Inclusion markup 177
    Text inclusions 178
    Duplicate entity and notation declarations 178
    Including complete documents 179
    Contextual base URLs 180
    Namespace complications 180
    Illegal inclusions 181
    Document modelling 182
    Alternatives to XInclude 183
    XSLT implementation 184
    13. Navigation (XPath) 185
    Background 185
    Expressions 187
    XM Lbook3.book Page x Friday,October19,2001 7:23 PM
    Contents xi
    Simple location paths 189
    Complex locations paths 193
    Patterns 197
    Predicate filters 198
    ID limitations 207
    14. Schemas 209
    DTD limitations 209
    Alternative modelling languages 211
    XML Schemas 214
    Element definitions 216
    Attributes 224
    Namespaces and schema references 228
    Including other models 235
    Efficiency shortcuts 236
    15. Advanced XML Schemas 241
    Introduction 241
    Default and fixed element values 242
    All groups 243
    Simple types with attributes 246
    Nil values 246
    Local element definitions 248
    Unique values 250
    Unique keys 255
    Data types 257
    Type library 260
    Simple type derivations 261
    Patterns 271
    Complex type derivations 280
    Selection from instance documents 283
    Constraining derivations 283
    Substitutions 286
    Re-defining external definitions 288
    Imports 289
    XM Lbook3.book Page xi Friday,October19,2001 7:23 PM
    xii The XML Companion
    Processing and transforming XML
    16. Processing XML data 291
    Writing XML 291
    Reading XML 293
    Event processing 294
    Tree manipulation 296
    Processing approach decisions 299
    Transformation tools 301
    17. Transformations (XSLT) 303
    Overview 303
    XSLT and XSL 304
    XSLT DTD 305
    General structure 306
    Templates 306
    Recursive processing 307
    Selective processing 309
    Priorities 310
    Output 312
    Whitespace 317
    Sorting elements 318
    Automatic numbering 320
    Modes 323
    Variables and named templates 324
    Using attribute values 327
    Creating and copying elements 327
    XML output headers 331
    Repeating structures 331
    Conditions 333
    Keys 335
    Messages 337
    Imports and inclusions 338
    Extended functions 339
    Number formatting 341
    Stylesheet DTD issues 343
    XM Lbook3.book Page xii Friday,October19,2001 7:23 PM
    Contents xiii
    18. SAX 1.0 345
    Background 345
    Call-backs and interfaces 346
    Java Xerces implementation 347
    The parser 348
    Document handlers 349
    Attribute lists 353
    Error handlers 355
    SAX Parse exception 356
    Locators 358
    DTD handlers 359
    Input sources 360
    Entity resolvers 361
    Handler bases 362
    Helper classes 363
    19. SAX 2.0 367
    Changes from 1.0 367
    XML Reader 369
    Features 370
    Properties 374
    Namespace support 375
    ContentHandler 376
    Attributes 379
    Helper classes 381
    20. DOM Level 1 385
    Background 385
    Implementing a DOM 386
    Nodes 387
    Documents 395
    Document types 398
    Elements 398
    Attributes 401
    Character data 403
    XM Lbook3.book Page xiii Friday,October19,2001 7:23 PM
    xiv The XML Companion
    Text 405
    Character data sections 406
    Comments 407
    Processing instructions 407
    Entities and notations 408
    Node lists 411
    Named node maps 412
    Document fragments 415
    DOM implementation 415
    21. DOM Level 2 419
    Namespace support 419
    Node extensions 420
    Document extensions 423
    Document type extensions 426
    Element extensions 427
    Attribute extensions 430
    Named node map extensions 430
    DOM implementation extensions 431
    Unchanged interfaces 433
    Iteration and tree-walking 434
    Ranges 440
    Formatting XML documents
    22. Document formatting 449
    Presenting XML 449
    Style-oriented markup languages 450
    Formatting instructions 451
    Embedded styles 452
    Stylesheets 453
    Transformations 455
    DTD associations 456
    Stylesheet features 457
    Complex requirements 459
    Document layout categories 461
    XM Lbook3.book Page xiv Friday,October19,2001 7:23 PM
    Contents xv
    Publishing from XML 464
    Stylesheet languages 466
    Formatting languages 468
    XSL or CSS 469


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    Message par El Maligno Angelo le Mar 14 Juil - 22:13

    D'accord, thanks Smile


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