The course introduces to Web Services and provides students with a rapid overview of web services and related
technologies, as well as hands-on experience in implementing web services using the following XML based languages: SOAP, WSDL and UDDI. Alternatives to these technologies are discussed in the course, as well as emerging web services technologies.
This course is designed to teach the development of Servlet/JSP-based
Web applications. It is designed to introduce Java developers to the
development and testing of server-side applications based on
This course is designed to allow students learning the design of a
database starting from the conceptual design to the implementation of
database schema and user interfaces to a database and learning about
database design concepts, data models (Entity-Relationship and
Relational Model) and the database query language SQL.
This course deals about the main concepts
workflow management systems which automate business processes in
enterprises. The course introduces the definition, the management, the
execution of business process activities and the general architecture
of workflow management
systems. workflow issues (e.g. interoperability) and Related domains
(e.g. databases, groupware, Internet technology and e-learning) are
during seminars presented by researchers.
The course begins by
dealing with fundamental concepts of XML as a markup language
and main aspects of XML processing explaining how XML enables the
creation of loosely coupled information and how applications process
such information. It then moves to central XML concepts and
technologies: well-formedness, valid XML, DTDs, Schema, transforming
XML with XSLT and rendering XML with
XSL and CSS.
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