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Hi All,
I am wondering what type of questions the exam might ask regarding DOM and SAX. i would like to those who have passed the exam to answer this cocern but if anybody have pretty idea on it, i would welcome. also, would be great if you could give some idea of areas that i need to concentrate on as far as DOM and SAX are concerned. any reference material for these?
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You need to understand the pros and cons of DOM and SAX, when to use which one. i.e., the advantages of one over the other. The questions would be based on these things. And ofcourse some (3 to 4) questions on the API and their organization.
Read the DOM and SAX chapters in Prof XML 2 Ed. The book gives information on the advantages and disadvantages of both. For the DOM API, refer to the w3c spec. I recommend a thorough reading of the interfaces though one need not rut them. For SAX refer to Prof XML 2 Ed and may be XML in a nutshell(Oreilly).
I hope this helps.
Good luck,
IBM Certified Developer - XML and Related Tech.
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