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Index: W

\w character class: 6.4.3.1. Classical Perl character classes (XML Schema)
walker (tree climbers): 8.1. Tree Climbers (Perl & XML)
Wall, Larry: 3.2. XML::Parser (Perl & XML)
Walsh, Norman: 6.4. DocBook (XML in a Nutshell)
WAP (Wireless Application Protocol): 10.1. Wireless Technologies (Java and XSLT)
1.3.4. Wireless (Java and XSLT)
gateways: 10.2. The Wireless Architecture (Java and XSLT)
online resources: 10.3.4. WAP and XML (Java & XML)
specifications, online resources: 10.3.4. WAP and XML (Java & XML)
WAR (Web Application Archive) files: 6.2. WAR Files and Deployment (Java and XSLT)
4.1.2. Servlets as CGI Replacements (Java and XSLT)
contents, viewing: 6.2.1. WAR Files (Java and XSLT)
6.3.5. How to Compile, Deploy, and Run (Java and XSLT)
deployment descriptors: 6.2.2. Deployment Descriptor (Java and XSLT)
directory structure: 6.3.4. Deployment (Java and XSLT)
jar command, creation using: 6.2.1. WAR Files (Java and XSLT)
page layout templates: 8.1. XSLT Page Layout Templates (Java and XSLT)
WEB-INF directory: 6.2.1. WAR Files (Java and XSLT)
warning( ) exception handler: 5.7.2.4. Error event handlers and catching exceptions (Perl & XML)
warning, DOMSerializer class: 5.2.4. The Results (Java & XML)
warning( ) method: 2.5.2. ErrorHandler Interface (SAX2)
warnings: 3.4.1. Warnings (Java & XML)
W3C
7.1. DOM and Perl (Perl & XML)
1.2. W3C XML Schema (XML Schema)
1.1. The Design of XSLT (XSLT)
recommended form of XHTML: 7.1.2. Three DTDs for XHTML (XML in a Nutshell)
specifications and: 1.2.4. XML Standards (XSLT)
standard DTDs and: 3.10. Locating Standard DTDs (XML in a Nutshell)
standards endorsed by: 0.. What This Book Covers (XML in a Nutshell)
styling XML documents: 1.4. The Evolution of XML (XML in a Nutshell)
templates for
defining the namespace URI and prefix names: 7.3.3. Mixing Your Own XHTML (XML in a Nutshell)
importing standard modules: 7.3.3. Mixing Your Own XHTML (XML in a Nutshell)
naming attributes and elements: 7.3.3. Mixing Your Own XHTML (XML in a Nutshell)
URI identifiers and: 10.1. Perl and XML Namespaces (Perl & XML)
XSL specification: 2. XSLT Part 1 -- The Basics (Java and XSLT)
XSL-FO specification and: 9.5.6. Generating the PDF Files (XSLT)
W3C Character Model, internationalizing character encodings: 4.1.3. Internationalization Concerns (SAX2)
W3C XML Schema: 1.2. W3C XML Schema (XML Schema)
Consistent Declaration Rule: 7.4.1.4. Consistent Declaration Rule (XML Schema)
datatypes reference guide: 16. Datatype Reference Guide (XML Schema)
elements reference guide: 15. Elements Reference Guide (XML Schema)
modularity of: 2.3.1. W3C XML Schema Is Modular (XML Schema)
vs. depth of schemas: 3.2.1. Depth Versus Modularity? (XML Schema)
namespace prefixes: 10.2. Namespace Declarations (XML Schema)
pattern matching in: 6.2. The Simplest Possible Patterns (XML Schema)
proposal: A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family (XML Schema)
proposals submitted: A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family (XML Schema)
time zone support in: 6.5.3.1. Time zones (XML Schema)
Unique Particle Attribution Rule: 7.4.1.3. Unique Particle Attribution Rule (XML Schema)
works in progress: B. Work in Progress (XML Schema)
WBMP (Wireless Bitmap): 10.3.1.1. WMLScript and WBMP (Java and XSLT)
image conversion: 10.3.1.1. WMLScript and WBMP (Java and XSLT)
Web (see World Wide Web)
web application development: 4. Java-Based Web Technologies (Java and XSLT)
design process: 7.2.2. XML Samples (Java and XSLT)
summary of approaches: 4.4. Summary of Key Approaches (Java and XSLT)
web applications: 4.1.2. Servlets as CGI Replacements (Java and XSLT)
client-only applications, vs.: 6. Servlet Basics and XSLT (Java and XSLT)
contrasted with web sites: 1.3.2. Web Applications (Java and XSLT)
development: 1.3.1. Web Development Challenges (Java and XSLT)
challenges: 1.3.1. Web Development Challenges (Java and XSLT)
hyperlinks: 7.2.3. XSLT Stylesheets (Java and XSLT)
nonbrowser clients: 1.3.3. Nonbrowser Clients (Java and XSLT)
phone simulators: 10.1. Wireless Technologies
security: 7.4. Servlet Implementation (Java and XSLT)
web artists: 10. Web Publishing Frameworks (Java & XML)
web browsers
CSS stylesheets in: 12.3. Associating Stylesheets with XML Documents (XML in a Nutshell)
13.5. Choosing Between CSS and XSL-FO (XML in a Nutshell)
displaying XML in: 7.2. Direct Display of XML in Browsers (XML in a Nutshell)
document validation and: 3.1.4. Validating a Document (XML in a Nutshell)
link behavior in: 10.2. Link Behavior (XML in a Nutshell)
linkbases and: 10.5. Linkbases (XML in a Nutshell)
support for XHTML: 7.1.3. Browser Support for XHTML (XML in a Nutshell)
XLinks support: 10. XLinks (XML in a Nutshell)
XPointers and: 11.1. XPointers on URLs (XML in a Nutshell)
web frameworks: 4.2.1. Web Frameworks (Java and XSLT)
advantages: 4.2.1. Web Frameworks (Java and XSLT)
Turbine: 4.2.1. Web Frameworks (Java and XSLT)
web publishing frameworks: 1.2.3. XML-Based Applications (Java & XML)
10. Web Publishing Frameworks (Java & XML)
Cocoon: 10.1.4. Making the Decision (Java & XML)
DOM support, importance of: 10.1.2. Integration with Other XML Tools and APIs (Java & XML)
installation: 10.2. Installation (Java & XML)
online resources: 10.1. Selecting a Framework (Java & XML)
platform-specific technologies, drawbacks of: 10.1.1. Stability (Java & XML)
SAX support, importance of: 10.1.2. Integration with Other XML Tools and APIs (Java & XML)
selection: 10.1. Selecting a Framework (Java & XML)
parser support: 10.1.2. Integration with Other XML Tools and APIs (Java & XML)
production usage: 10.1.3. Production Presence (Java & XML)
stability considerations: 10.1.1. Stability (Java & XML)
standardization, absence of: 10.1.4. Making the Decision (Java & XML)
web development, and: 10. Web Publishing Frameworks (Java & XML)
XML files, publication: 10.3.1. Viewing XML Converted to HTML (Java & XML)
XSP: 10.4. XSP (Java & XML)
web search methods: 7.4. Prospects for Improved Web-Search Methods (XML in a Nutshell)
web services: 13.1. Web Services (Java & XML)
alternatives to: 14. Content Syndication (Java & XML)
clients, writing: 13.4.5. Writing a Client (Java & XML)
example: 13.4. Putting It All Together (Java & XML)
messaging services: 13.4.1. A Messaging Service (Java & XML)
online resources: 13.4.6. Where Do I Go From Here? (Java & XML)
SOAP, in addition to: 13.3. WSDL (Java & XML)
testing a client: 13.4.5. Writing a Client (Java & XML)
UDDI, registering with: 13.4.2. Registering with UDDI (Java & XML)
UDDI registry, searching in: 13.4.3. Searching a UDDI Registry (Java & XML)
web site for SAX: 1.4. A Short History of SAX (SAX2)
well-formed documents: 2.9. Free-Form XML and Well-Formed Documents (Perl & XML)
3.1. XML Parsers (Perl & XML)
checkers: 2.9. Free-Form XML and Well-Formed Documents (Perl & XML)
writing: 3.1.1. Example (of What Not to Do): A Well-Formedness Checker (Perl & XML)
3.2.1. Example: Well-Formedness Checker Revisited (Perl & XML)
WEB-INF directory: 6.2.1. WAR Files (Java and XSLT)
web pages, navigation areas: 8.1. XSLT Page Layout Templates
web.xml: 6.2.2. Deployment Descriptor (Java and XSLT)
page layout templates: 8.1. XSLT Page Layout Templates (Java and XSLT)
well-formed XML documents: 2.1.1.2. Elements (Java & XML)
well-formedness: 1.1. The Benefits of XML (XML in a Nutshell)
2. XML Fundamentals (XML in a Nutshell)
changing HTML to XHTML: 7.1.1. Moving from HTML to XHTML (XML in a Nutshell)
checking documents for: 2.10. Checking Documents for Well-Formedness (XML in a Nutshell)
constraints recognized by XML 1.0 parsers: 20.4.1. Well-Formedness Constraints (XML in a Nutshell)
errors: 1.3. How XML Works (XML in a Nutshell)
2.10. Checking Documents for Well-Formedness (XML in a Nutshell)
3. Document Type Definitions (DTDs) (XML in a Nutshell)
root element: 1.2.2. XML Syntax (Java and XSLT)
SAX filters, problems with: 19.3. Filters (XML in a Nutshell)
SAXParseException and: 25.1. The org.xml.sax Package (XML in a Nutshell)
summary of rules: 1.2.2. XML Syntax (Java and XSLT)
XSLT stylesheets and: 8.4. Templates and Template Rules (XML in a Nutshell)
well-formedness, vs. valid documents: 1.2.2.9. Well-formed versus valid documents (XSLT)
white-space property (CSS): 12.8. Text Properties (XML in a Nutshell)
whitespace: 1.6. XML Gotchas (Perl & XML)
1.2.2. XML Syntax (Java and XSLT)
4.1.1. Other ContentHandler Methods (SAX2)
empty tags and: 1.2.2.6. Empty tags can contain the end marker (XSLT)
ignorable_whitespace( ) method and: 5.7.2.1. Content event handlers (Perl & XML)
in element contents: 2.2. Elements, Tags, and Character Data (XML in a Nutshell)
in XML names: 2.4. XML Names (XML in a Nutshell)
preserving/removing: 2.4.6. Top-Level Elements (XSLT)
3.1.3. Attribute Nodes (XSLT)
5.2.3.4. Solution #3: Use recursion to process the IDREFS datatype (XSLT)
reporting: 3.3.6. Element Data (Java & XML)
RSS and: 14.3.2. Creating an XML RSS Document (Java & XML)
stripping: 23.2. XSLT Elements (XML in a Nutshell)
XML specification for: 20.2. Annotated Sample Documents (XML in a Nutshell)
20.3.1. Global Syntax Structures (XML in a Nutshell)
xs:whiteSpace facet element: 16.6.2.1. Handling whitespace (XML in a Nutshell)
21.2. Schema Elements (XML in a Nutshell)
whitespace characters: 1.2.3.1.1. A sample DOM tree (XSLT)
5.2.3.4. Solution #3: Use recursion to process the IDREFS datatype (XSLT)
whitespace collapse: 4.2. Whitespace Processing (XML Schema)
4.8. Back to Our Library (XML Schema)
facets for: 5.1.1.1. Whitespace collapsed strings (XML Schema)
whitespace processing
collapsed strings and: 4.3.3. Collapsed Strings (XML Schema)
defining atomic datatypes that allow whitespace: 5.2.1. List Datatypes (XML Schema)
exceptions in: 4.3. String Datatypes (XML Schema)
lexical spaces and: 4.1. Lexical and Value Spaces (XML Schema)
whitespace replacement: 4.2. Whitespace Processing (XML Schema)
xs:string and xs:normalizedString types: 4.3.1. No Whitespace Replacement (XML Schema)
width property (CSS): 12.6. Pixels, Points, Picas, and Other Units of Length (XML in a Nutshell)
wildcard character (.): 6.4.2. Wildcard (XML Schema)
wildcards: 3.2.5. Using Wildcards (XSLT)
accommodating attributes/elements from other namespaces: 10.11. Allowing Any Elements or Attributes from a Particular Namespace (XML Schema)
creating open schemas: 13.2.2. Wildcards (XML Schema)
illustrated in sample stylesheet: 3.5.2. The Stylesheet (XSLT)
wildcards and location paths: 9.2.5. Wildcards (XML in a Nutshell)
Windows ANSI character set: 5.7.1. Cp1252 (XML in a Nutshell)
wireless applications: 10. Wireless Applications (Java and XSLT)
content types: 10.3.2.2. Setting the content type (Java and XSLT)
deployment descriptors: 10.3.2.2. Setting the content type (Java and XSLT)
future developments: 10.4. The Future of Wireless (Java and XSLT)
XML data files: 10.3.3.2. XML data (Java and XSLT)
wireless architecture: 10.2. The Wireless Architecture (Java and XSLT)
WML (Wireless Markup Language): 1.3.4. Wireless (Java and XSLT)
10.1. Wireless Technologies (Java and XSLT)
10.3.1. A WML Example (Java and XSLT)
example: 10.3.3.1. Storyboard (Java and XSLT)
online resources: 10.3.1. A WML Example (Java and XSLT)
prototyping: 10.3.3.3. WML prototypes and screen shots (Java and XSLT)
root element: 10.3.1. A WML Example (Java and XSLT)
servlets, implementation by: 10.3.3.4. Servlet implementation (Java and XSLT)
stylesheet: 10.3.4. WAP and XML (Java & XML)
XSLT stylesheets: 10.3.3.5. XSLT stylesheets (Java and XSLT)
WMLScript: 10.3.1.1. WMLScript and WBMP (Java and XSLT)
words, counting: 6.5.1.2. Counting words (XML Schema)
World Wide Web
HTML and: 2.1. A Brief History of XML (Perl & XML)
Perl and: 1.1. Why Use Perl with XML? (Perl & XML)
World Wide Web Consortium (see W3C)
1.2.4. XML Standards (XSLT)
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C): 2.1. A Brief History of XML (Perl & XML)
7.1. DOM and Perl (Perl & XML)
1.2. W3C XML Schema (XML Schema)
URI identifiers: 10.1. Perl and XML Namespaces (Perl & XML)
wrapped exceptions: 2.5.1. SAX2 Exception Classes (SAX2)
wrappers: 8.3. Wrappers and Decorators (Java & XML)
write( ) (ServletOutputStream): 8.4.2. XSLT Transformation Filter (Java and XSLT)
WriteMakeFile( ) function, installing parsers: 5.7.5. Installing Your Own Parser (Perl & XML)
Writer methods: 3.8. XML::Writer (Perl & XML)
wrong document exception: 6.5.1. The Dreaded WRONG DOCUMENT Exception (Java & XML)
WRONG_DOCUMENT_ERR exception (DOM): 24.2. Object Reference (XML in a Nutshell)
WSDL (Web Services Description Language): 13.3. WSDL (Java & XML)
1.2.3. XML-Based Applications (Java & XML)
elements: 13.3. WSDL (Java & XML)
files, data included in: 13.3. WSDL (Java & XML)
future developments: 13.4.4. WSDL (Java & XML)
online resources: 13.3. WSDL (Java & XML)
XML Schema, current usable version: 13.3. WSDL (Java & XML)

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