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Hi All,
I am a beginner to XML. Can anybody out there, provide me links to good XML tutorials and other study materials, which would help me to master XML.
Thanks in advance.
Kezia.
 
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check the sites
www.w3schools.com www.xml101.com
 
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hi,
check out the sun site. you will find a very good tutorial.
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I was going to ask the very same question, so thanks for the links.
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I just learned how to use xml with oracle. I found technet.oracle.com to be very useful. For both simple xml and integrating xml with Oracle. The technet account at Oracle's site is free, just sign up.
 
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Take a look at www.xml.com it is a clearing house for XML information.
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Thanks to all for the great help.
Kezia.
 
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