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Professsional XML 2nd Edition

 
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Hi
For those who had purchased and passed the test 141, I would to check with you guys how valuable this expensive book to the exams - 80% contribution to passing the exams or less ? Does it covers all the topics required for the exams ?
Thanks in advance.
 
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Is Professional XML book is available in India or not. The shop keeper at my place is saying that it is not availale in India. Is that true?
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me 2 will binterested in knowing how this book is, it is available in fabmart & many more online stores, also some of my collegues r having it, was wondering how useful it is 4 gthe certification & is there a better book out there which would help prepafre better 4 the exam...
 
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for IBM Exam 141, I don't think anyone need to spend hard-earn money to buy a book for it, unless money is not a concern for you. especially Professional XML 2ed. You can get all of very detailed information from http://www.w3c.org. here is list of specs you may need to read through:
1. XML (DOM and SAX)
2. XSLT ( Michael Kay's XSLT is best referrence book)
3. XPath
4. XML schema
5. XML signature
6. XLink (Introduction only)
for beginer
Http://www.w3schools.com has very good tutorial for all of these stuffs.
http://www.ibm.com/developer has some good tutorials too.
If I am rich, I will spend more.
Good Luck, guys
 
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