IS 443 XML E-Business Applications

3 credits

Develop indepth knowledge in writing well-formed XML Syntax, creating richer documents using namespaces to distinguish XML vocabularies, leveraging DTD's and Schemas to improve compatibility with externally designed applications, designing cascading style sheets to improve the expression of XML data, using the XPath querying language and XLST style sheets to enable applications to extract components of an XML document, using XLink and XPointer to link XML documents to each other, and incorporating XML into traditional databases and n-tier architectures. Student will build an XML application that translates data from dissimilar databases in a web based application.

Prerequisite(s): IS 346.