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Anonymous
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"Determine appropriateness of single versus multiple pass transformations"
The above phrase is from the 141 objectives, testing & tuning section. Can anyone tell what it means.
Also can someone point me to THE best resources for Information modelling and RDBMS concepts requierd for 141.
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Madhav Lakkapragada
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Wonder what all those who passed this exam are doing....
Would love to hear any explanation on this topic...
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Hari Vignesh Padmanaban
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Originally posted by daisy brown:
"Determine appropriateness of single versus multiple pass transformations"

I think, this is somewhat similar to filtering.. you transform a XML document using XSLt and then this document is again transformed to anotehr XML document using another XSLT file ....
It might also mean including more than one XSLT style sheet ..but I think teh former makes more sense !!!
thats my guess !!! would like to know more precise information !! s o fellow ranchers pls do post your views also
The above phrase is from the 141 objectives, testing & tuning section. Can anyone tell what it means.

Also can someone point me to THE best resources for Information modelling and RDBMS concepts requierd for 141.

I dint get any questions regarding that ..but it is always better to know teh concepts as it is a very important one
Chapter 14 - Data Modelling from professional XML second edition covers this
hope this helps

hari
 
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