Web Services: A Java Developer's Guide Using e-Speak / Edition 1

Web Services: A Java Developer's Guide Using e-Speak / Edition 1

by Naresh Apte, Toral Mehta, Toral Mehta
     
 

ISBN-10: 0130623385

ISBN-13: 9780130623386

Pub. Date: 11/01/1901

Publisher: Pearson Education

Master HP's fast, practical, secure technology for delivering advanced Internet-based Web services.

  • Explains service-centric computing, competitive landscape, and the first Internet service technology—e-Speak
  • Demonstrates how to deliver powerful Web services with HP's Java-based e-Speak platform
  • Includes

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Overview

Master HP's fast, practical, secure technology for delivering advanced Internet-based Web services.

  • Explains service-centric computing, competitive landscape, and the first Internet service technology—e-Speak
  • Demonstrates how to deliver powerful Web services with HP's Java-based e-Speak platform
  • Includes fully annotated Java code examples for every e-Speak component
  • Contains two detailed case studies: supply chain management and location-based mobile services

Make the Web work for you—with HP's open, Java, and XML-based software platform for creating and delivering Web services. Web Services: A Java Developer's Guide Using E-Speak is one of the first books focusing on service-centric computing. It is also the complete, authoritative guide to e-Speak technology. Written by two HP e-Speak experts, it covers all aspects of the service life cycle, while illuminating the broader technical and business issues associated with Internet service-based economies.

  • Web services: what they are, and how they can solve business problems
  • Enabling Internet-based services to find each other and interact programmatically, wherever they are—securely
  • E-Speak service development, deployment, and discovery
  • Comparative survey of competitive initiatives and technologies such as CORBA, J2EE, ebXML, UDDI, and .NET
  • Key concepts: client and service interactions, vocabularies, contracts, service composition; the multicore environment; persistence, events, messages, and HP's "E-Services Village" service registry
  • E-Speak's transformation into HP Web Servicstandards-based, highly interoperable platform for Internet service delivery

Web Services: A Java Developer's Guide Using E-Speak contains Java code examples throughout. It also includes comprehensive case studies in supply chain management and location-based mobile services. Whatever Internet services you intend to deploy, this book is your complete blueprint for getting the job done.

CD-ROM INCLUDED

The accompanying CD-ROM contains the e-Speak software to get developers started, plus working code examples, tools, and the databases used in the book.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130623386
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
11/01/1901
Series:
Hewlett-Packard Professional Books Series
Edition description:
BK&CD-ROM
Pages:
540
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.18(h) x 1.56(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction1
IWeb Services9
1The Web Service Phenomenon13
2E-Speak Overview43
IIWeb Service Development65
3A Simple E-Speak Service69
4Understanding Client-Service Interactions83
5Vocabularies and Contracts109
6Advanced Service Interactions147
IIIWeb Service Deployment179
7Multicore Environment183
8Security203
9Firewall Traversal233
10Persistence255
11Service Registries293
IVApplied E-Speak317
12Case Studies321
13E-Services and Web Services355
14Comparable Technologies373
15Competitive Landscape401
16Future of E-Services and Web Services at HP443
VAppendixes451
AInstalling and Configuring E-Speak453
BSetting Up DSN459
CDatabases and Database Wrapper Utility463
DProperty Methods for Vocabulary Attributes469
EEsconnection Config File Entries471
FE-Speak Exception Hierarchy473
Glossary479
Index501

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