Visual C# XML MCAD 70-320

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Description

This series prepares users for the MCAD-320 exam. The series is designed to cover all the objectives that Microsoft has created for this exam. The user will be presented with skills need to develop and implement middle-tier components, server components, and XML Web services by using Visual Studio .NET, Microsoft .NET Framework, and the Visual C# .NET programming language. The series helps the user develop the specific core competencies to design and develop distributed applications.

Syllabus

CREATING AND MANIPULATING DATASETS

Provides an overview of how to use Visual Studio .NET to create and manipulate DataSet schemas.
  • Creating a DataSet Schema
  • Elements and Attributes
  • Using Simple Types

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This series prepares users for the MCAD-320 exam. The series is designed to cover all the objectives that Microsoft has created for this exam. The user will be presented with skills need to develop and implement middle-tier components, server components, and XML Web services by using Visual Studio .NET, Microsoft .NET Framework, and the Visual C# .NET programming language. The series helps the user develop the specific core competencies to design and develop distributed applications.

Syllabus

CREATING AND MANIPULATING DATASETS

Provides an overview of how to use Visual Studio .NET to create and manipulate DataSet schemas.
  • Creating a DataSet Schema
  • Elements and Attributes
  • Using Simple Types
  • Using Server Explorer with the XML Designer
  • Manipulating DataSet Relationships
  • One-to-Many Relationships
  • Nested Relationships
  • Creating a Strongly Typed DataSet Object
  • Using a Strongly Typed DataSet Object

ACCESSING AND MANIPULATING SQL SERVER DATA

Provides an overview of the basics of the Structured Query Language (SQL), and how users can use SQL statements and stored procedures to interact with a Microsoft SQL Server database from within .NET applications.
  • Using Ad Hoc Queries
  • Running a Query from the Visual Studio .NET IDE
  • Running a Query from OSQL
  • Running a Query from SQL Query Analyzer
  • Using a Visual C# .NET Application
  • The SELECT Statement
  • The WHERE and ORDER BY Clauses
  • The GROUP BY and HAVING Clauses
  • The INSERT Statement
  • The UPDATE Statement
  • The DELETE Statement
  • Creating a Stored Procedure
  • Running a Stored Procedure
  • Using Parameters in Stored Procedures
  • Using the @@IDENTITY Variable

ACCESSING AND MANIPULATING XML DATA

Explains how to use the Function Control Language to access and manipulate XML data. It also explains how to use these classes and T-SQL extensions to access Microsoft SQL Server data as XML data.
  • The XML File
  • Using an XmlReader Object
  • Using the XmlTextReader Class
  • The XmlNode Class
  • The XmlDocument Class
  • Synchronizing DataSet Objects with XML
  • Synchronizing with an XmlDataDocument Object
  • Retrieving a DataSet object from an XmlDataDocument Object
  • Synchronizing with a full DataSet object
  • Synchronizing with an XML Schema
  • Understanding XPath
  • Using the XPathNavigator Class
  • Navigating Nodes with XPath
  • Generating an XSD Schema
  • Validating XML Files against Schemas
  • Validating XML Files against DTDs
  • Generating XML with SQL Statements
  • Retrieving XmlReader objects with SQL Statements

.NET REMOTING ARCHITECTURE

Explains the remoting architecture. It introduces distributed applications and how they are different from conventional applications.
  • Application Boundaries
  • Distributed Applications
  • Developing Distributed Applications
  • .NET Communication
  • Object Marshaling
  • Channels
  • Formatters
  • Server-Activated Objects
  • Client-Activated Objects
  • Lifetime Leases

APPLYING .NET REMOTING

Explains how to design remoting applications and how to implement them.
  • Creating a Remotable Class
  • Creating a Server-Activated Object
  • Instantiating and Invoking an SAO
  • Registering a Remotable Class as an SAO
  • Creating a Client-Activated Object
  • Instantiating and Invoking a CAO
  • Configuring the Remoting Framework
  • Creating an Interface Assembly
  • Creating a Remotable Object to Implement an Interface
  • Registering the Remotable Object
  • Using an Interface Instead of Implementation
  • Using the Soapsuds Tool
  • Interface Assembly and CAO
  • Using IIS
  • Asynchronous Remoting
  • Applying Asynchronous Programming

WEB SERVICES

Introduces users to Web services as they exist in the .NET Framework and shows users how to build and use Web services in their .NET applications.
  • Understanding Web Services
  • SOAP
  • WSDL
  • Invoking Web Services
  • Creating and Testing the Web Service
  • Customizing the WebMethod Attribute
  • Disco and UDDI
  • Instantiating and Invoking Web Services
  • Using Web References
  • Extensible Web Services Architecture
  • Writing and Testing a Server-Side SOAP Extension
  • Writing a Client-Side SOAP Extension
  • Creating Asynchronous Web Methods
  • Controlling XML Wire Format
  • Using Literal Parameter Formatting
  • Using Encoded Parameter Formatting
  • Using RPC-Style Body Formatting
  • Wrapped and Bare Parameters
  • Using the XMLElement Attribute

WINDOWS SERVICES

Shows users how to create and manipulate a Windows service.
  • Understanding Windows Services
  • Architecture of Windows Services
  • Creating a Windows Service Application
  • Creating the OrderService Application
  • Installing a Windows Service
  • Adding Installer Classes
  • Starting and Testing a Windows Service
  • Using Tools to Monitor and Control
  • Controlling a Windows Service
  • Creating a Controller Application

COMPONENT SERVICES

Shows users how to create and consume a serviced component.
  • Evolution of Component Services
  • Exposing .NET Components to COM/COM+
  • Serviced Components
  • COM+ Applications
  • Creating a Serviced Component
  • Registering and Installing the Serviced Component
  • The Administrative Tool
  • Creating Visible Interfaces
  • Component Identification
  • GAC and Component Versioning
  • Consuming a Serviced Component

ENTERPRISE SERVICES AND UNMANAGED CODE

Shows learners how to access COM+ component services and how to incorporate unmanaged code into .NET applications.
  • Object Pooling
  • Using an Object-Pooled Serviced Component
  • Monitoring Statistics
  • Just-in-Time Activation
  • Using a JIT-Activated Serviced Component
  • Object Construction
  • Local Automatic Transaction Processing
  • Elements of Transaction Processing
  • Automatic Transactions at Work
  • Shipping and Billing Components
  • Queued Components
  • Using Queued Components
  • Using COM Components
  • Using the Type Library Importer Tool
  • Using COM Components Directly
  • Using Platform Invoke

TESTING AND DEBUGGING

Shows learners techniques for testing and debugging different types of applications. It also shows important techniques for monitoring an executing application, how to log errors in an event log, and how to publish performance data.
  • Creating a Test Plan
  • Executing Tests
  • Tracing
  • Using Trace and Debug
  • Trace Listeners
  • Trace Switches
  • Conditional Compilation
  • ASP.NET Page-level Tracing
  • ASP.NET Application-level Tracing
  • Debugging
  • Setting Breakpoints and Stepping through Program Execution
  • Analyzing Program State to Resolve
  • Debugging a Running Process and Client-Side Scripts
  • Debugging a Remote Process and DLL Code Files
  • Debugging Windows and XML Web Services
  • Debugging a Serviced Component in a .NET Remoting Object
  • Working with Event Logs
  • Working with Performance Counters

DEPLOYMENT

Discusses the deployment of a Windows service, a serviced component, a .NET Remoting object, and an XML Web service.
  • Deploying Private Assemblies
  • Binding Privately Deployed Assemblies
  • Using Assembly Tools
  • Deploying Shared Assemblies
  • Adding an Assembly to the GAC
  • Referencing an Assembly from the GAC
  • Binding Policy for Shared Assemblies
  • Side-by-Side Execution in a Feature Upgrade
  • Side-by-Side Execution in a Service Pack
  • Delaying Signing an Assembly
  • Using Copy to Package an Application for Deployment
  • Using Microsoft Windows Installer
  • Customizing Visual Studio .NET Setup and Deployment Projects
  • Deploying a Web Service
  • Deploying with a Windows Installer Package
  • Creating Installation Components
  • Deploying a Windows Service
  • Deploying a Serviced Component
  • Deploying a .NET Remoting Object

SECURITY

Discusses the many aspects of .NET security, including the mechanics of code access security, role-based security, authentication, and authorization. It also presents guidelines for applying security to applications, services and components.
  • Understanding Code Access Security
  • Code Groups and Permission Sets
  • Imperative Security
  • Determining and Requesting Permissions
  • Using Custom Security Attributes
  • IIS, ASP.NET, and No Authentications
  • Passport and Forms Authentications
  • Implementing Impersonation
  • Identity and Principal Objects
  • Verifying Role Membership
  • Security for Windows Services
  • Security for Web Services
  • Remoting and Enterprise Services Security

PRACTICE EXAM

Presents questions that are representative of what questions one should expect to receive on the actual exam 70-320.
  • Practice Exam

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Requirements for Entry

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Study Hours

This is only an approximate figure and is dependant upon how much time you can dedicate to your studies and how well you grasp the learning concepts in the course material. Furthermore, at the end of each lesson there is a question paper that needs to be completed and returned to your tutor. You should allow at least 1 - 2 hours of study to complete each question paper.

The approximate amount of time required to complete the course is: 40 hrs.

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