Visual Basic .Net Xml Web Services Developer's Guide

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Build robust Web services with Visual Basic . NET using the hands-on examples found inside this definitive book. You'll also get key coverage of core open standards and protocols that encompass Web services including SOAP,WSDL,and UDDI.
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Overview

Build robust Web services with Visual Basic . NET using the hands-on examples found inside this definitive book. You'll also get key coverage of core open standards and protocols that encompass Web services including SOAP,WSDL,and UDDI.
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Deals with the design and coding of production-quality XML web services for deployment on intranets and the Internet. Written for seasoned Visual Basic 6.0 developers, the guide shows how to use the SOAP toolkit with Visual Basic 6.0 components, then migrate a component to Visual Basic .NET and ASP.NET web service projects. Later chapters consider the graphic elements of web pages design, and introduce XSD schemas for validating XML request and response documents. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072223699
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 5/15/2002
  • Pages: 528
  • Product dimensions: 1.06 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 9.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Ch. 1 Introducing XML Web Services and the .NET Framework 1
Ch. 2 Getting a Grip on SOAP and WSDL 49
Ch. 3 Working with the Microsoft SOAP Toolkit 2.0 85
Ch. 4 Upgrading to ASP.NET XML Web Services 131
Ch. 5 Moving from ADO 2.5+ to ADO.NET 175
Ch. 6 Converting XML Web Service Test Clients to ASP.NET 213
Ch. 7 Navigating System.Web.Services and System.Xml 243
Ch. 8 Delivering Reports with XML Web Services 271
Ch. 9 Designing the Presentation Layer for XML Web Services 299
Ch. 10 Applying Advanced XML Web Service Techniques 343
Ch. 11 Advertising Public Web Services with UDDI 397
Ch. 12 Interoperating with Third-Party Web Services 433
App. A Installing the Sample Databases 451
App. B Expanding the CFRSQL Database with CFRClient 463
Index 479
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