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The .NET Framework provides two ways to build web services - ASP.NET and .NET Remoting. Unlike most books on web services, this book covers both of these technologies in depth. .NET Remoting web services require a little extra effort to build, but they offer us greater flexibility. They allow us to use different encoding and channels, and they can be hosted in any application, not just IIS.
This book covers building web services and web service clients with both ASP.NET and .NET Remoting. We also look at the generic protocols used by web services - SOAP, WSDL, and we discuss discovering web services using Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI). Case studies illustrate the integration of web services into an application, and demonstrate how to create a custom channel sink to apply cryptography to a Remoting web service.
This book is for anyone who is interested in building web services using the tools supplied with the .NET Framework, and wants to look at both of these technologies. If you are only interested in ASP.NET web services, you should consider buying Professional ASP.NET Web Services instead. Prior knowledge of C# and the .NET Framework is assumed.
Author Biography: Zach Greenvoss, MCSD is a Senior Consultant with Magenic Technologies, a Microsoft Gold Certified consulting firm in Northern California. He specializes in middle tier architecture and implementation, utilizing various technologies including COM+, MSMQ, BizTalk, and XML.
Andrew Krowczyk is a Senior Software Developer for Geneer, a Microsoft Gold Partner company specializing in accelerated custom software development. He is a MCSD with an Undergraduate Computer Science degree, and is currently wrapping up his Master's degree.
Christian Nagel is working as a trainer and consultant for Global Knowledge, the largest independent information technology training provider. Having worked with PDP 11, VMS, and Unix platforms, he looks back to more than 15 years of experience in the field of software development. You can contact Christian via his web site at http://christian.nagel.net.
Ashish Banerjee is the Technical Director and CTO (Chief Technical Officer) of Osprey Software Technology. A 10+-year-old software company having development centres in India, UK and USA.
After teaching music theory for several years at Duke and UNC Chapel Hill, Brad Maiani was faced with a question: move again for another academic gig, or attempt to actually make a living with his lifelong hobby (programming, of course)? The choice was obvious, and he's glad he made it.
Thiru Thangarathinam works as a Consultant at Spherion Technology Architects, an international technology consulting company, in Phoenix, Arizona. He is an MCSD. During the last two years, he has been developing Distributed N-Tier architecture solutions for various companies using latest technologies such as VB,ASP,XML,XSL,COM+and SQL Server.
Aravind Corera is a software engineer who lives and works in Chennai, India. He currently works for Identitech, Inc., a software solutions company headquartered in Melbourne, Florida. He has been working on Microsoft based technologies for the past 6 years, particularly in designing and developing systems based on Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM).
Posted September 29, 2002