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devaiah
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hi folks,
i know DTD,CSS,XSL ans SCHEMA'S but i dont know where these will apply..be cos these seems to be individul.
i want where xml using and how they are using ..what is the xml liknk with java. where exactly..
i mean one complete life cycle of xml.
regards
deva
Ajith Kallambella
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Ajith Kallambella
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Though these are different specifications, they all fit together. DTD and/or Schema enforces constraints on your XML and hence ensures integrity. XSL provides a way to browse your XML document and extract parts of the document that matches your criteria. The resulting "chunks" of original XML document can either be used to generate a HTML or an XHTML or another XML document. XSL also provides vocabulary and syntax for rendering the XML data in different "styles" and for different media types.
Hope that helps,
Ajith
 
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