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VS Prapoorna

Joined: Oct 13, 2001
Posts: 22
hi all,
i am new to xml. actually i am working only on jsp,java. but i want to learn xml please guid me by telling how to proceed further and where to start.
Sarada Prapoorna
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Robin Patra

Joined: Dec 13, 2001
Posts: 2
Hi Buddy;
I started studing XML 6 months back now i am totally in grip of it.U just start with Begnining XML by wrox.Its a cool technology.
U will really love to play with XML.
Here i am working at XSL,DOM,XML Messaging etc XML related technologies.
Any help from my side most welcome
Robin Patra
VisualSoft Technologies Ltd.
Sivaram Anantuni

Joined: Dec 17, 2001
Posts: 11
Following online resources helped me in gaining the concepts and obtaining my certification in XML and Related Technologies from IBM.....Good luck
Suggested on-line Tutorials:


FAQ and Tutorials
O'Reilly FAQ - <>
20 questions about XML <>
FAQs at Apache - <>
Microsoft XML FAQ - <>
Sun's XML FAQ - <>
Sun's XML Tutorial - <>
XML Tutorial lessons from MSDN - <>
XML In general
An introduction to XML - <>
XML Basics - Ask Expresson Man ! - <>
OASIS XML Introduction - <>
Some thoughts on Software and XML - <>
The birth of XML ( I like this one! ) - <>
XML for the absolute beginner , Javaworld magazine article - <>
XML in 10 points from w3C - <>
XML, Java and the future of the web - <>

Good luck
VS Prapoorna

Joined: Oct 13, 2001
Posts: 22
hi all,
thnaks alot for the early replies. i am now just going through the Wrox publication xml book. and also i'll go thru the urls given by Mr.Shiva. so hope i can understand xml soon.
Sarada Prapoorna
I agree. Here's the link:
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