Developing Java Web Services

Overview

  • One of the first books to cover Sun Microsystem's new Java Web Services Developer Pack
  • Written by top Sun consultants with hands-on experience in creating Web services, with a foreword from Simon Phipps, Chief Evangelist at Sun
  • Case studies demonstrate how to create Web services with the tools most used by Java developers, including BEA WebLogic, Apache Axis, Systinet WASP, and Verisign
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Overview

  • One of the first books to cover Sun Microsystem's new Java Web Services Developer Pack
  • Written by top Sun consultants with hands-on experience in creating Web services, with a foreword from Simon Phipps, Chief Evangelist at Sun
  • Case studies demonstrate how to create Web services with the tools most used by Java developers, including BEA WebLogic, Apache Axis, Systinet WASP, and Verisign
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471236405
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 12/11/2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 784
  • Product dimensions: 9.25 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 1.54 (d)

Meet the Author

RAMESH NAGAPPAN is an Enterprise Java Architect at Sun Java Center. With twelve years of experience, he specializes in the design and implementation of Java, CORBA, and XML-based distributed com- puting architectures for Internet applications, enterprise messaging, and Web services. He has also coauthored books on J2EE and EAI.
ROBERT SKOCZYLAS is an Enterprise Java Architect at Sun Java Center. With extensive experience in object-oriented technologies, he focuses on the design and implementation of large enterprise applications using Java and XML technologies.
RIMA PATEL SRIGANESH is a Technology Evangelist at Sun Microsystems. She specializes in Java, XML, and Integration platforms. Her areas of technology passion include Distributed Computing Models, Trust Computing, Semantic Web, and Grid Computing Architectures.
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Table of Contents

Foreword.

Introduction.

Part One: Evolution and Emergence of Web Services.

Chapter 1: Evolution of Distributed Computing.

Chapter 2: Introduction to Web Services.

Part Two: Web Services Architecture and Technologies.

Chapter 3: Building the Web Services Architecture.

Chapter 4: Developing Web Services Using SOAP.

Chapter 5: Description and Discovery of Web Services.

Chapter 6: Creating .NET Interoperability.

Part Three: Exploring Java Web Services Developer Pack.

Chapter 7: Introduction to the Java Web Services.

Chapter 8: XML Processing and Data Binding with Java APIs.

Chapter 9: XML Messaging Using JAXM and SAAJ.

Chapter 10: Building RPC Web Services with JAX-RPC.

Chapter 11: Java API for XML Registries.

Chapter 12: Using the Java Web Services Developer Pack: Case Study.

Part Four: Security in Web Services.

Chapter 13: Web Services Security.

Part Five: Web Services Strategies and Solutions.

Chapter 14: Introduction to Sun ONE.

Further Reading.

Index.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2005

    annoying to read

    The book is annoying to read.Especially SOAP chapter.They repeated 'SOAP' in almost every line of the chapter.Which is so annoying and irritating.We know we are reading about SOAP. and they know they r writing about SOAP...then where is the need to repeat 100 times....???And for the starters like me who are trying to grab things as fast as possible,its tough to read.I had substituted it for SOAP while reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2003

    Excellent book for Java Web services programmers

    I bought this book couple of weeks ago, after an hour long browsing at B&N, NY. I would call it as an ultimate book for developing Web services using Java. It covers Sun JWSDP 1.0, Apache Axis, Weblogic 7.0, IBM XML Security suite. It includes indepth chapter discussions on Web services Architecture, SOAP, UDDI and WSDL. More importantly it has a dedicated chapter on implementing security and testing interoperability with Microsoft .NET.

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