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Can some one suggest a good book to start learing more about XML technologies.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Why not begin with hundreds of free resources that are available out there?
Checkout http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum31/HTML/000256.html
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If you are a beginner "XML Step by Step" by Michael Young is very good.

Originally posted by Raul Regis:
Can some one suggest a good book to start learing more about XML technologies.
Thanks in advance.


 
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Inside XML is good. It is up to date (just released this year) and very informitive. It is written by Steven Holzner.
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