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Professional Java XML: What is it the reader target?

 
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Could U tell me what is the targetted reader for this book?
beginner or more experienced.
For my part, books for people who already knows about Java & XML are more interesting.
Do U write about new Java API (JAXP, JAXM, JAXB, JAXR, JAX-RPC)?
Thx.
 
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Hello, Guillaume.
As far as who is targeted audience for "Professional Java XML" WROX tends to target experienced developers when the word "Professional" appears in the title. However, there is nothing to stop someone new to XML from getting a lot from the book. One of the chapters I wrote on SAX takes you step by step through the API as well as why one would use it, not assuming any knowledge beyond what was already presented in the book.
Concerning the APIs covered, JAXP is covered extensively in the "DOM" and "SAX" chapters with JAXB being covered along with other technologies in the "XML Object Mapping" chapter. JAXM and JAXR were fairly new (if that) technologies when this book was being written so unfortunately these are not covered. XML-RPC as well as SOAP are covered, however.
I hope this helps!

Originally posted by Guillaume Compagnon:
Could U tell me what is the targetted reader for this book?
beginner or more experienced.
For my part, books for people who already knows about Java & XML are more interesting.
Do U write about new Java API (JAXP, JAXM, JAXB, JAXR, JAX-RPC)?
Thx.



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Jeremy Crosbie
Co-Author of Professional Java XML
 
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Hi Jeremy,
Is this book going to help me in preparing for XML Certification?
Give me the answer as a individual not as the Writer. ( Cuz you will say Yes )
TIA
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Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform
 
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