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Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI
     

Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI

by Steve Graham
 

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Sams has assembled a team of experts in web services to provide you with a detailed reference guide on XML, SOAP, USDL and UDDI. Building Web Services with Java is in its second edition and it includes the newest standards for managing security, transactions, reliability and interoperability in web service applications. Go beyond the explanations of

Overview

Sams has assembled a team of experts in web services to provide you with a detailed reference guide on XML, SOAP, USDL and UDDI. Building Web Services with Java is in its second edition and it includes the newest standards for managing security, transactions, reliability and interoperability in web service applications. Go beyond the explanations of standards and find out how and why these tools were designed as they are and focus on practical examples of each concept. Download your source code from the publisher's website and work with a running example of a full enterprise solution. Learn from the best in Building Web Services with Java.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780132713580
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
06/28/2004
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
816
File size:
8 MB

Meet the Author

Steve Graham is a Senior Technical Staff Member in IBM's Systems Group and a member of the IBM Academy of Technology. Steve is an architect in the On Demand Architecture group.

Doug Davis works as an architect in the Emerging Technology organization of IBM.

Simeon Simeonov is a Principal at Polaris Venture Partners in Boston, where he helps early-stage IT companies accelerate their growth. Prior to joining Polaris, Sim was Vice President of Emerging Technologies and Chief Architect at Macromedia.

Glen Daniels is the Standards Strategist for Sonic Software, creator of the first Enterprise Service Bus. He is one of the primary designers and developers for the Apache Axis project, is a member of the Apache Software Foundation and participates actively in organizations like the W3C, OASIS, and the JCP.

Peter Brittenham is a Senior Technical Staff Member working in the IBM Emerging Technology group. Peter is currently an architect applying service-oriented architecture concepts to IBM's Autonomic Computing initiative.

Yuichi Nakamura leads the XML & Security group at the IBM Tokyo Research Laboratory. He joined IBM in 1990 and has worked in several areas such as object- oriented systems, multi-agent systems, B2B e-commerce and knowledge engineering.

Paul Fremantle is a Senior Technical Staff Member in IBM's Software division. Paul works on IBM's Enterprise Service Bus initiative and other Web services activities in the WebSphere product.

Dieter König is a software architect for workflow systems at the IBM Germany Development Laboratory. He joined the laboratory in 1988 and has worked on Resource Measurement Facility for z/OS, MQSeries Workflow, and WebSphere Process Choreographer.

Claudia Zentner is an architect working for IBM's Software Group at the IBM Development Laboratory in Böblingen, Germany. Currently she is an architect for the process choreography component of the WebSphere Business Integration offering.

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