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What should be the machine set up to have hands on for XML Cert

 
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Hi
Can anybody tell me what are the softwares I need to install to have handson on the topics for XML Cert.
Thanks
Debanjana
 
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Well, at a minimum you might have:
Java SDK (1.4, if possible)
xerces (XML parser)
xalan (XSLT processor)
I think Java 1.4 comes with xerces but check to make sure. To be safe you can get xerces, and xalan, from apache.org.
Hope this helps.
 
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Thanks John.
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