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 <note tip>You can use these simple ​ {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​validationtools.zip|validation tools}} (written in Java) to help check if your example documents conform toyour XSD. Unzip the file, and then use either ''​java -jar DTDValidator.jar <​xmldoc>''​ or ''​java -jar XSDValidator.jar <​schemadoc>​ <​xmldoc>''​ to validate. The third jar file contains the source code, should you be interested.</​note>​ <note tip>You can use these simple ​ {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​validationtools.zip|validation tools}} (written in Java) to help check if your example documents conform toyour XSD. Unzip the file, and then use either ''​java -jar DTDValidator.jar <​xmldoc>''​ or ''​java -jar XSDValidator.jar <​schemadoc>​ <​xmldoc>''​ to validate. The third jar file contains the source code, should you be interested.</​note>​
  
-===== Practical Sessions =====+==== Lecture 5: Transforming XML documents with XSLT ===
  
-{{:​teaching:​infoh509:​infoh509_01_1617.zip|Practical session 1}}+In Lecture 5 we have discussed how XML documents can be transformed 
 +into other formats (be it XML or not) using XSLT. See pages 188-239 in 
 +the book (**except sections 5.8.5, 5.8.7, 5.8.9, 5.8.10 and 5.11**) and 
 +the {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​5-xslt.pdf|corresponding slides}}.
  
 +==== Project Assignment 2: XSLT ====
 +
 +Write a single XSLT 2.0 stylesheet that generates, starting from the
 +dblp-excerpt.xml file, a number of HTML files that together
 +collectively emulates part of the DBLP website. Read the
 +{{:​teaching:​infoh509:​deux_en.pdf|full assignment}},​ and download the
 +corresponding {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​deux_xslt_data.zip|support files}}.
 +
 +This assignment is to be made in groups of
 +two persons and contributes 2/20 to the overall grade (there are two
 +more assignments to follow, each contributing 2/20). The written exam
 +contributes the remaining 14/20 points. ​
 +
 +See the full assignment for related dealine(s), what the solution should entail, and to whom it should be submitted. ​
 +
 +<note tip>The zip file above contains a XSLT transformation tool. You can use ''​java -jar xslt-tool.jar <​xslt-file>​ <​inputfile>​ <​outputfile>''​ to run it. </​note>​
 +
 +==== Lecture 6: Querying XML documents with XQuery ===
 +
 +In Lecture 6 we have discussed how XML documents can be queried and transformed into other formats (be it XML or not) using XQuery. See pages 240-2840 in the book (**except sections 6.7.5, 6.8, 6.9**) and
 +the {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​6-xquery.pdf|corresponding slides}}.
 +
 +==== Project Assignment 3: XQuery ====
 +
 +You are requested to write XQuery programs for several queries against
 +the DBLP bibliographical database introduced in Project Assignment
 +2. Read the
 +{{:​teaching:​infoh509:​trois_en.pdf|full assignment}},​ and download the
 +corresponding {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​trois_xquery_data.zip|support files}}.
 +
 +This assignment is to be made in groups of
 +two persons and contributes 2/20 to the overall grade (there are two
 +more assignments to follow, each contributing 2/20). The written exam
 +contributes the remaining 14/20 points. ​
 +
 +See the full assignment for related dealine(s), what the solution should entail, and to whom it should be submitted).
 +
 +==== Lecture 7: RDF and RDF schema====
 +
 +In lecture 7 we have introduced the RDF data model, its serialization formats, and basics of RDF Schema.
 +
 +**Required reading:**
 +The {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​7-rdf.pdf|lecture slides}}, the [[http://​www.w3.org/​TR/​rdf11-primer/​|RDF 1.1 Primer]], and these [[https://​davinci.ulb.ac.be/​index.php/​s/​LRC7JqZrJPkpQKP|course notes]] (password protected).
 +
 +**Recommended (but optional) reading:**
 +In addition, it is recommended to read the [[http://​www.w3.org/​TR/​turtle/​|RDF 1.1. Turtle Syntax]] specification (sections 1-3) and the [[http://​www.w3.org/​TR/​2014/​REC-rdf-syntax-grammar-20140225/​|RDF 1.1. XML Syntax]]specification (only section 2) to get the best overview of the RDF serialization formats. In addition, the {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​semantic-web.pdf|original semantic web article}} ​ is a good read to get an insight into the original motivation for the semantic web.
 +
 +==== Lecture 8: OWL ====
 +
 +In lecture 8 we introduce the Web Ontology Language (OWL), which adds advanced inferencing capabilities to RDF. 
 +
 +**Required reading:**
 +The {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​8-owl.pdf|lecture slides on owl}} and these [[https://​davinci.ulb.ac.be/​index.php/​s/​FpfYNZNzPLp8rF6|course notes]] (password protected).
 +
 +==== Lecture 9: SPARQL and RESTfull Web Services ====
 +
 +In Lecture 9 we have introduced and illustrated the main constructs of SPARQL, a query language for RDF. 
 +
 +In addition we have (1) discussed the history of (Web) Services; (2) discussed the 3 main API styles of Web Services; and (3) illustrated RESTful Web Services by means of an example.
 +
 +
 +
 +**Required reading:**
 +The {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​9-sparql.pdf|lecture slides on sparql}} and these [[https://​davinci.ulb.ac.be/​index.php/​s/​wKREcCmtmn6xx9x|course notes]] (password protected) [section 7.1.9 and further is not required reading].
 +
 +The {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​10-restws.pdf|lecture slides}} and these [[https://​davinci.ulb.ac.be/​index.php/​s/​9NL7w2ZBXmcWFi3|handouts]] (password protected).
 +
 +==== Lecture 10: Big Web Services (WS-*) ====
 +
 +In this lecture ({{:​teaching:​infoh509:​11-bigws.pdf|slides}}) we have introduced the Big-WS* technology stack. In particular, we have studied SOAP version 1.2, WSDL version 2.0, and highlighted the differences with WSDL version 1.1.
 +
 +**Required reading:**
 +
 +These [[https://​davinci.ulb.ac.be/​index.php/​s/​nKXTyrEBnFaZr2m|handouts on SOAP and WSDL]] (password-protected).
 +The [[http://​www.w3.org/​TR/​soap12-part0/​|W3C SOAP version 1.2 Primer]]
 +The [[http://​www.w3.org/​TR/​soap12-part0/​|W3C WSDL version 2.0 Primer]] (it suffices to read only section 2).
 +===== Practical Sessions =====
 +
 +  * {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​infoh509_01_1617.zip|Practical session 1}}
 You can test your Xpath query in the folder containing saxon9he.jar with the following command: You can test your Xpath query in the folder containing saxon9he.jar with the following command:
 java -cp "​saxon9he.jar"​ net.sf.saxon.Query -s:"<​sourcefile>"​ -qs:'<​query>'​ -o:"<​outputfile>"​ java -cp "​saxon9he.jar"​ net.sf.saxon.Query -s:"<​sourcefile>"​ -qs:'<​query>'​ -o:"<​outputfile>"​
 +  * {{:​teaching:​infoh509_tp2_1819.zip|Practical session 2}}
 +  * {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​tp03.zip|Practical session 3}}
 +  * {{:​infoh509:​tp04.zip|Practical session 4}}
 +  * {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​tp05.zip|Practical session 5}}
 +  * {{:​teaching:​infoh509:​tp_06.zip|Practical session 6}}
 +  * {{:​infoh509:​tp07.zip| Practical session 7}}
 +
 +
 +
 +
 ===== References ===== ===== References =====
   * A. Moller and M. Schwartzbach. //​[[http://​www.brics.dk/​ixwt/​|An Introduction to XML and Web Technologies]]//​. Addison-Wesley,​ 2006. ISBN-13: 978-0-321-26966-9   * A. Moller and M. Schwartzbach. //​[[http://​www.brics.dk/​ixwt/​|An Introduction to XML and Web Technologies]]//​. Addison-Wesley,​ 2006. ISBN-13: 978-0-321-26966-9
 
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