By Steve Graham, Doug Davis, Simeon Simeonov, Glen Daniels, Peter Brittenham, Yuichi Nakamura, Paul Fremantle, Dieter Koenig, Claudia Zentner

Building net companies with cleaning soap, XML, and UDDI assumes skillability with Java and with dispensed computing instruments. through the e-book, examples can be awarded utilizing Java and the Apache cleaning soap platform, even though a suite of sidebars will handle .NET improvement, which Microsoft builders will use to set up net providers. The e-book makes use of innovative disclosure to offer an more and more advanced undertaking because it strikes via its improvement cycle. the ultimate component of the booklet provides linking the finished venture with different structures inbuilt J2EE and .NET.

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It is possible that a component accessed through a simple HTTP POST can be considered a Web service. In these cases, the commonality that makes these components Web services is the use of WSDL to describe the service. So, is a service description required in order for a component to be considered a Web service? Again, not necessarily. Many Web services, particularly older Web services developed when SOAP was first introduced, do not have a corresponding service description. These components are considered Web services, but it is worth noting that without a service description, the Web service cannot be a part of the publish, find, bind operations in a service-oriented architecture.

CDATA[, followed by any sequences of characters allowed by the document encoding that does not include ]]>, followed by ]]>. ". 4. XML Namespaces An important property of XML documents is that they can be composed to create new documents. This is the most basic mechanism for reusing XML. Unfortunately, simple composition creates the problems of recognition and collision. To illustrate these problems, consider a scenario where SkatesTown wants to receive its purchase orders via the XML messaging system of XCommerce Messaging, Inc.

UDDI? No. There is no single Web services technology whose use determines that a component is a Web service. For this reason, defining what is a Web service remains difficult. In addition to writing great specifications, the Web services industry has been busy building software that makes the standards come to life and solve meaningful business problems. This book uses Apache Axis at the heart of our Web services examples. Axis is an advanced Web services engine with a highly scalable and extensible architecture.

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