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XML Web Services Professional Projects

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Microsoft's .NET Framework acts as a platform for building XML Web services, reusable components that can be shared across multiple Web sites. XML Web Services Professional Projects provides you with information on the basics and intricacies of Web services. It offers coverage of topics such as the SOAP protocol, deploying and publishing XML Web services, and Web service PUBCOMMENTS language. It includes real-world projects and outlines the need for Web services in the upcoming mobile technology and Internet ...
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Overview

Microsoft's .NET Framework acts as a platform for building XML Web services, reusable components that can be shared across multiple Web sites. XML Web Services Professional Projects provides you with information on the basics and intricacies of Web services. It offers coverage of topics such as the SOAP protocol, deploying and publishing XML Web services, and Web service PUBCOMMENTS language. It includes real-world projects and outlines the need for Web services in the upcoming mobile technology and Internet scenario. Case studies help you relate the concepts in the book to situations in your own work environment. Designed for Web developers and IT professionals, this book assumes you are proficient in Internet technologies.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931841368
  • Publisher: Premier Press
  • Publication date: 12/28/2002
  • Series: Professional Projects Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 816
  • Product dimensions: 6.88 (w) x 9.72 (h) x 1.71 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction Part 1: Introduction to XML 1. Basics of XML Part 2: Introduction to Web Services 2. Basics of Web Services Part 3: Protcols for Web Services 3. Introduction to SOAP 4. Introduction to UDDI 5. Introduction to WSDL Part 4: Professional Project 1: Creating the Product Details Web Service 6. Creating a Web Service Using the Microsoft Soap Toolkit Part 5: Professional Project 2: Creating the News Web Service Using Visual Studio .NET 7. Building Web Applications on the .NET Platform 8. Creating an ASP.NET web Service Part 6: Professional Project 3: Creating the Exchange Rate Web Service 9. Creating a Web Service from an Interface Part 7: Professional Project 4: Creating a Web Service from Gizmo Wrap Using the ATL Server Library 10. Introduction to the ATL Server 11. Creating a Web Service Using the ATL Server Library Part 8: Professional Project 5: Creating a Knowledge Share Web Service 12. Design and Creation of the Knowledge Share Web Service Part 9: Professional Project 6: Creating a Web Service Using Java Technologies 13. Introduction to Java XML Technologies 14. Developing Java Web Services Part 10: Professional Project 7: Design and Creation of a Web Service Using the IBM Toolkit 15. Design and Creation of a Web Service Using the IBM Toolkit Part 11: Professional Project 8: Creating the Rent-A-Car Web Service and Mobile Application 16. Introduction to Mobile Application 17. Creating a Mobile Application That Consumes a Web Services Part 12: Professional Project 9: Web Service Development with JDeveloper 18. Web Services Development with JDeveloper Part 13: Beyond the Labs 19. Creating Web Services Using Perl 20. Integration of XML Web Services with the Office XP and SQL Servier 2000 Toolkits Appendices: A: Creating COM Components by Using Visual Basic 6.0 B: Introduction to Visual Basic .NET C: Introduction to Visual C# .NET D: Introduction to Microsoft .NET My Services E: The Future of XML Web Services

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