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help on architecture & other stuff

 
clyde mel
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i will be taking my certification next week.i still think that i need to on xml architecture along with xslt,xpath and dom.I think these r the areas where i need to put more effort.I just wanted to get help as how should i go about with these topics.i have done all the mock exams and available stuff on xml,still the confidence in the above topics is on a average which i need to sort out.I will really be thankful for all your suggestions and inputs coz i need to clear this exam in my very first attempt.Just that i want to be confident and optimistic form my side.
 
Rakesh Gudur
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clyde,
For XPath I suggest to go through XML in a nutshell by Oreilly. If you are comfortable with it then you need not worry. And for XSLT refer to the above book and Prof XML 2 Ed. I don't think any thing would be given out of the scope covered in these. For DOM, refer to the fundamental and extended interfaces. I had gone through the w3 spec. It is easy to understand.
I'm taking the exam the coming tuesday. I think the level of confidence will not rise until we take the final exam. No sample test gives us the real picture. Basically we need to have the concepts clear and then hope for the best.
Good luck,
rakesh.
 
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