XML Web Services: XML Asset Management Using XML Spy 4.2 and TIBCO Canon/Developer Portal Brand Niemann “ XML Web Services Evangelist” Data Standards Branch October 1, 2001 Disclaimer: Any reference to or depiction of the commercial product of any vendor is for illustrative purposes only and does not constitute an endorsement by EPA or the trainer.
XML: Includes support for Microsoft XML (MSXML) 3.0, providing better performance and up-to-date XML standards support.
Enhanced SMIL 2.0 Multimedia Support: Provides continued support for the developing synchronized multimedia integration language (SMIL) 2.0 in progress at the World-Wide Web Consortium (W3C), most notably in the area of transitions, allowing the application of filters and effects, such as fading an image, transitioning between text or media elements by using wipes, and applying a graduated color background to an element, all at designated times, without the need for script. Also supports the SVG Viewer from Adobe Systems.
.NET Integration: As part of the WebService behavior, makes integration of server and client side code easier, and enables applications to call functions on the server asynchronously. You can use this behavior to avoid page navigations and to retrieve data from the server using XML and SOAP.
Full DOM Level 1 Support: Provides enhanced support for standards-based applications and development of informative content for users. Fully compliant with the W3C Document Object Model (DOM) Level 1, an interface that allows programs and scripts to dynamically access and update document content, structure, and style without platform or language restrictions.
Developed by the Richard Hale Shaw Group (RichardHaleShawGroup.com -- creators of the XMLBootCamp, UMLBootCamp and other BootCamp-style, training courses for software developers on COM, ASP, UML and .NET), XMLSpyBootCamp is a 5-day, hands-on intense immersion in learning XML using XML Spy 4.0. Starting with XML fundamentals and mark-up, and moving quickly to style-sheets (XSL and XSLT using the XSLT Designer in XML Spy) and validation (DTDs and Schemas, plus the XML Spy Schema Editor and IE plug-in), the course covers both the DOM and the SAX parser, as well as server-side XML and SOAP. Taught in a rigorous, hands-on fashion by professionals such as Josh Holmes (who wrote the XML Spy BootCamp course and who teaches the XMLBootCamp), you'll complete this class knowing exactly how to utilize the latest features of XML Spy 4.0 for building a variety of applications using XML. This course will be taught publicly, starting in late October, 2001, and is available as on-site training as well. For details see XMLSPYBOOTCAMP.com.
Menu option: Convert, Create Database Schema, select Microsoft Access database, click Choose file button, Select DB2schema.mdb, click Open button, click Okay button.
Explore the Schema design view
Menu option: File, Save as, DB2schema.xsd
Note: Currently only MS Access databases are able to automatically provide the “key” and “keyref” information used to create the databases hierarchy. All other databases currently create a flat structured schema.