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Sams Teach yourself .NET XML Web Services in 24 Hours takes a straightforward approach to teaching the hows and whys of XML Web Services and builds upon the skills learned in each successive chapter. The intent is to give readers a competitive edge in creating new and innovative software solutions before the competition has even heard of them. It includes coverage of XML, XSD, WSDL, SOAP, UDDI, and DISCO and ASP.NET. The examples in the book will be given in both C# and VB.NET.
About the Author
Sams Teach Yourself .NET
About the Authors
Mark Augustyniak is currently a solutions consultant with SDC Information Services, Inc. in Buffalo, NY where he specializes in Internet applications development. Mark received a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Buffalo and has been working in the industry for the past seven years. His clients include Corning, Fisher-Price, and General Motors. Mark can be reached at Superior_Mark@hotmail.com
Chris Payne has had a passion for computers and writing since a youngage. He holds a bachelors of science degree in biomedical engineering fromBoston University. Chris supported himself through college by working as anindependent consultant and by writing technical articles focused on Webdevelopment. Currently making his home in Orlando, Florida, with his wife, Eva,Chris is working as a Web developer and continuing his career as an author ofboth technical and fictional material.
Table of Contents
(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with a Summary, Questions & Answers, and a Workshop.)
I. CORE CONCEPTS.
Hour 1. What Are
Hour 3. Defining
What Is WSDL? Services Defined in WSDL. Defining Ports. Bindings in WSDL. Messages. Types.
Hour 4. Remote Procedure Calls with SOAP.
What Is SOAP? What's in SOAP? Representing Data with SOAP. A Simple SOAP Application.
Hour 5. Finding
II. BUILDING AN
Hour 6. Visual Studios Environment or Server Setup.
Visual Studio.NET. Using Visual Studio.NET. Building a Service with VisualStudio.NET. Building a Client with VisualStudio.NET.
Hour 7. Building the Four Function Calculator.
Designing the Service. Creating the Service. Adding Classes to an
Hour 8. Windows Client for the Four Function Calculator.
Creating a Client Application. Building a Proxy Class with WSDL.exe.
Hour 9. Web Clients for the Four Function Calculator.
III. DATA IN
Hour 10. Data Types in
Data Types in .NET. Handling Primitive Data Types. Passing Arrays of Primitive Data Types. Working with Enumerations. Returning Classes. Passing Arguments.
Hour 11. Working with Data in
Using ADO in .NET.
Hour 12. Passing DataSets from
Hour 13. Consuming DataSets in
Building Clients for
Using DataSet Objects to Handle
IV. WEB SERVICES IN-DEPTH.
Hour 15. Using ASP.NET Intrinsics.
Session Object. Application Object. Server Object. HttpContext Object.
Hour 16. The
WebMethod Attribute. Configuring Your Service with WebService Attributes.
What Does the Global.asax DO?
Hour 18. Security and the SOAP Toolkit.
What Is Security? Security Basics. Securing the Server through IIS. Accessing Secure Services.
Hour 19. Asynchronous Operations.
Asynchronous Operations in
Hour 20. Debugging Your
Hour 21. Error Handling in
Hour 22. Publishing an
Deploying Your Service on Your Development Machine. Creating a DISCO Document. Registering with UDDI. Configuring an
V. THE QUOTE SERVER (USING WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED)
Hour 23. Building the Quote Server
QuoteServer—A Fully Functional
Hour 24. Quote Server Clients.
ASP Clients for the QuoteServer