Altova Adds Web-based Training for XMLSpy and MapForce

Altova Adds Web-based Training for XMLSpy and MapForce

Altova announced it is offering two new Web-based training classes within its Altova Online Training program: Introduction to XMLSpy and MapForce Database Essentials. Both classes are presented in two-hour sessions.

 Introduction to XMLSpy provides an in-depth look into the features and capabilities of Altova s XML development environment. The class includes an overview of XMLSpy s user interface; feature walkthroughs relating to XML, XML Schema, XSLT, and XPath; hands-on examples; and more.

 MapForce Database Essentials focuses on using the Altova MapForce data integration and Web services implementation tool to visually create and execute data mappings between relational databases and XML files. In addition to helping participants gain familiarity with the database features available within MapForce, the session includes an exploration of the issues that arise in mapping between relational structures and hierarchical XML Schema Definitions (XSDs). Attendees also learn how to establish database connections using the MapForce database connection wizard, and dynamically generate XSDs based on existing database schemas.

 Class descriptions, prerequisites, and technical requirements are available at; upcoming class schedules are located at For more information about registration, group rates, and special classes, contact Altova Online Training at mailto:[email protected] or complete the Altova Online Training Request Form at



Price: US$249 per student, per course.

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