Question 1 :
SOAP uses HTTP as its only transport mechanism.
Question 2 :
The DTD defines the structure of XML documents.
Question 3 :
If a document does not conform to the DTD, it is a bad XML document.
Question 4 :
XSLT processors are context-oriented; each statement is evaluated in the context of the match that has been made.
Question 5 :
Web page display is the most important application of XML.
Question 6 :
It took the popularity of the Internet to realize that database processing and document processing need each other.
Question 7 :
You can validate an XML Schema document against its schema, just as you would any other XML document.
Question 8 :
XML technology is a hybrid of document processing and database processing.
Question 9 :
The most popular way to materialize XML documents is to use XSLT.
Question 10 :
SOAP is now just a name, not an acronym.
Question 11 :
Documents that have no DTD are by definition not-type-valid.
Question 12 :
FOR XML EXPLICIT tells SQL Server to place the values of the columns as attributes in the resulting XML document.
Question 13 :
With XSLT, you specify a procedure for materializing document elements.
Question 14 :
XML Schema is used to define the content, structure and format of documents.
Question 15 :
Schemas consist of properties and methods
Question 16 :
Datasets which reside on the user's hard drive are created by ADO.NET to facilitate the transformation of XML documents to and from relational database constructs.
Question 17 :
With XML, document structure, content and format are all defined within one document.
Question 18 :
XML Schemas are XML documents.
Question 19 :
XML uses the same terms with the same meanings as terms in the database world.
Question 20 :
Stylesheets are used by XSLT to indicate how to transform the elements of the XML document into another format.