This course will introduce the Domino Developer to XML and web services. The basics of XML are covered including terms such as "well-formed" and "valid." Next, learn how to incorporate XML into Domino Applications using standard design elements such as agents, forms, pages and views. Both LotusScript and Java will be used to parse and import XML data into Domino applications. Learn how to use XLST style sheets to transform XML data in Domino agents. The Domino XML Language (DXL) is used to both export and import Domino data and design elements. Finally, an extensive series of lessons will teach you how to use Domino 7 to make available web services (using both LotusScript and Java) on a Domino server for use by any web services client. The use of Java to consume web services (as a client) will also be covered in this course. The course makes use of either Eclipse or Rational Application Developer 7 as an application development platform in addition to Domino Designer 7.
This course will prepare you for the Exam 756: Using Web Services in IBM Lotus Domino 7 Applications certification exam. Pass this exam to become an IBM Certified Advanced Application Developer - Lotus Notes and Domino 7.
Audience and Prerequisites
Experienced Notes Domino 7 developers who want to learn how to use XML and Web Services in Notes and Domino applications. Experience developing LotusScript and Java agents in Domino is required.
The following TLCC courses (or their equivalent) are prerequisite for this course:
A Domino Designer 7 client and a current browser are required to take this course. Access to the Internet is required to get instructor support.
Either Eclipse 3.2 (available as a free download) or IBM Rational Application Developer 7 is required to test the web services.
Module 1 - Introduction to XML
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