|WORKSHOP: XML and DOMINO|
|Brian Benz, Benz Technologies, führte am 07. November 2001 einen Workshop *) zu Thema XML and Domino im Hannover Congress Centrum durch:|
This session, presented by one of the co-authors of the IBM Redbook, "XML: Powered by Domino", will demonstrate how to use Domino servers to process XML data for enterprise integration and web site solutions. Techniques will include creating XML-based forms, pages, documents, and agents that allow for the importing and exporting of XML data from Domino databases. Demonstrations will include using Domino integration tools such as DECS and the Lotus XML Toolkit to format enterprise data as XML. Topics covered will be XML, XSL, SOAP, UDDI and Web Services.
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Introduction: XML and Domino
Getting XML data out of Domino
Getting XML out of Domino forms
Using LotusScript agents to generate XML
Using Domino forms and DECS to serve XML formatted documents
Developing a stand-alone Java application serving Domino data as XML
|11:45 Uhr||Getting XML data into Domino|
Validating XML with a common DTD
Where to store XML in Domino
Processing XML with an agent or Servlet
Creating one or more Notes documents from XML data
Updating existing Notes documents
Limits for Domino XML documents
|14:00 Uhr||Transforming XML (XSLT)|
Stylesheets for DXL
XSL, Stylesheets and Domino Objects
XML Data Islands
Working with client-side XML
Creating the Data Island
Including the data island in HTML
Storing the components in Domino
(- 17:00 Uhr)
Web Services and Domino
Java code for Web Services
Working with the Lotus Web Services Toolkit
*) Alle Vorträge werden in englischer Sprache gehalten.
is CEO of Benz Technologies, an IBM advanced business partner specializing in Domino infrastructure design and project management, Domino and XML application development, and knowledge management systems consulting. Aside from his project management, systems design and senior development duties at BenzTech, Brian is a frequent writer for industry publications, having most recently co-authored the IBM Redbook "XML: Powered by Domino". Brian is also often on the road training Domino and Web professionals worldwide at professional developer conventions and via customized corporate training seminars. Recently, Brian assisted IBM in developing the certification requirements for the new IBM e-business Solution Designer and Solution Integrator partner certifications. A portfolio of work, as well as summary listing of past articles and presentations can be found at the Benz Technologies Web site: www.benztech.com. Benz Technologies is also proud to be a member of Penumbra, a consortium of independent Domino professionals. More information on Penumbra can be found at www.penumbra.org.