Introduction to XML and XML Schemas for Developers


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  • Duration 2 days
  • Regular fee 895
  • Preferential fee 750?
  • Locations
    • Montreal
  • Laboratory

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To provide the knowledge and skills required to create and use XML Schemas Schemas (also known as W3C Schemas) in the context of data exchange.

Targeted audience

Content architects and programmers.


Knowledge of XML (Course WE113) and object-oriented programming principles is desirable.

Customer Testimonials

Good notion for understanding the W3C schemas.

Charles C. / Analyste Programmeur Senior, Intact Assurances


  • Lexical space and value space
  • Predefined types in W3C Schemas and their facets
  • Simple types: derivation by restriction
  • Complex types: simple content (addition of attributes only) and complex content
  • Complex content: particles, connectors (sequence, choice, all) and defining cardinality
  • Derivation from complex types by extension and restriction
  • Substitution groups
  • Integrity constraints and key mechanisms
  • Validating documents with a mixture of vocabularies
  • Including schemas and redefinition
  • Explicitly documenting a schema
  • Modeling techniques: the Russian doll approach, flat catalogs, named complex types


*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Montreal

    November 10 to November 11 2016

  • Montreal

    March 27 to March 28 2017

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