|Since the Dot.com disaster that destroyed the
valuable Extended Markup Language (XML) Resources New
Millennium Software Engineering will establish XML Resources and
resurrect the website!
Modifications to the W3C Standard radically changed the design of XML documents. One important change is the use of Schemas instead of Document Type Definitions(DTD). DTDs provided a structure for definitions of elements and attributes utilized within the XML document. However since DTDs concerned with markup rather than applications Schemas were born!
XML Query: Database access! Similar to Structured Query Language (SQL) calls for database access of tables of information.
Resource Description Framework (RDF): concerning information about data!
|Previous attempts to use
DTDs instead of schemas were limited by markup
rather than application specific! This limitation was similar to
Object Model (DCOM) without
System (MTS) that controlled the DCOM objects!.
DTD: A means of establishing schema for XML documents.
Amaya lets users both browse and author Web pages!
Amaya is able to work on several documents at a time!
Amaya displays images including those in the PNG format, which is a more powerful graphics format than GIF and is being increasingly used on the WWW.
A critical factor in XML websites is Data Encription:
To solve the problem of encryption by keys a public-key (asymmetric) provides cryptography wherein every party to a communication has a public and private key that are inversely related to each other. Any message encrypted with the publicly available key can only be decrypted by its corresponding privately held key. Interestingly, this same relationship permits for public-key digital signatures wherein any person with the public key can confirm that a person with the corresponding private key used it to secure the message. Because symmetric (same) key cryptography is very efficient, confidential interactions frequently start by exchanging a symmetric key using asymmetric (public) key cryptography.
Capture the Hacker!
Have fun with the link!!
Linking and communicating among modules!
XML parsing initially missing from the specification required Java to
accomplish the task. Given input in text, numeric or strings parsing must
occur before transmitting the information to the server. Java provides
parsing capability through a new set of modules available online by
download! These programs parse the input, transmit the data to the linking
modules that will provide data to transmit to servers or other xml or html
webs on the internet! These modules have been debugged and are available
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Demo of XML, XSL and JSP Interaction only for IE not Netscape!
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