kodo and ashik XML bible - which i studied before taking the ICM xml exam, The book was good, he has explained clearly what is xml ,how to approach it, desiging, xpath,xslt -little, so if u need to pass the exam, better study the entire book, u don't hv choices, if u do want that, i can tell u how many questions i got in each chapter, 1) concentrate more on xpath,DTD, 2) one q's in xpointer -what is xpointer, 3) one q's in xlink couple of q's on designing issues, so i think it'sbest to study the entire book to know much about xml, but don't forget to study W3c spec, u will get atleast 3 q's from that, san
Thnx a lot Rovi! Yah i'll go for XML Bible. Can u say me the exam format or details of the exam, any link? Where can i get w3c specification? ------------------ Muhammad Ashikuzzaman (Fahim) Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform --When you learn something, learn it by heart!
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Thanks Ravi It would be good and appreciated if you can tell us how many questions you got in each chapter of the book "XML Bible" Thank you once again.
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