Buidling XML Solutions with Rational Software Architect (RSA) and Rational Application Developer (RDA)

October 8, 2010

On Tuesday, October 12, at 12noon US Eastern Time (9am US Pacific Time) there is an interesting webcast and discussion on using Rational Software Architect (RSA) and Rational Application Developer (RDA). The speakers are Lee Ackerman and Jean-Louis Marechaux, two high caliber experts in IBM’s Information Management and Rational division, respectively.

With the increased prevalence of XML in industry solutions, SOA and Web 2.0, this webcast will look at how you can use Rational Software Architect/Rational Application Developer along with DB2 pureXML to work with and manage XML data. The session will briefly introduce the pureXML capabilities of DB2 and discuss how you can generally work with XML in software solutions. The webcast will then explain how Rational Software Architect/Rational Application Developer can help you model, generate, query and code XML-based software solutions. For example, you will learn about the XML-related editors and wizards in RSA and RDA, among many other things. RSA and RDA offer support for the manipulation of XML documents, XML Schemas, DTDs, XSLT, XQuery, SQL/XML, web services and WSDL, SOAP, and other SOA technologies.

To attend the webcast, please call into: 1-877-848-7046 or 1-636-651-0036 with passcode 4258904. Also, please  contact Susan Malaika to be gain access to the web chat where you can ask questions during the session and download the slides.

More information on Rational Software Architect and Rational Application Developer can be found here:

Please call into: 1-877-848-7046 or 636-651-0036 – passcode: 4258904
And please also join this Web chat http://webconf.soaphub.org/conf/room/xmldevotee When you enter the Web chat, you can use the settings option to change your name from anonymous.
The charts will be made available in the Web chat room.
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