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SOAP/AM - Web Services for HP NonStop Systems
SOAP/AM consists of two products: SOAP/AM Server, which allows you to expose your Pathway servers as Web Sevices, and SOAP/AM Client, which allows your NonStop-based applications to access Web Services anywhere. Both products NSK-based so they run under Guardian -- OSS is not required. Fully-functional, no-obligation 30-day evaluation available.

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SOAP is still not XML
I was surprised to see an old rant of mine quoted in Dr. Dobb's Python-URL. Of late I've simply ceased to think about SOAP. It has become an irrelevance. I rarely come across SOAP in my sojourns. I'm not sure whether this is just bias coloring experience. I had two recent run-ins with SOAP late last year: one while using Java and one while using Python. The state of Python's SOAP implementations seemed a complete mess because of neglect. The state of Java's SOAP implementations seemed a complete mess for a near-opposite reason: energetic conformance to the many SOAP flavors. This slavishness to SOAP's worst aspects makes it impossible to figure out how to portably work with rich data using SOAP. If you're not sticking to Java's primitive data types (in particular, if you're thinking of your data in XML terms), there is no chance these libraries will fit your head.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 662  Category: Resource    

Initial Setup for Sending SOAP Requests
You can send SOAP HTTP requests to the server computer that is running Microsoft® SQLXML to execute a stored procedure or an XML template. The server running SQLXML executes the requested and returns the corresponding SOAP response to the client.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 609  Category: Resource    

SOAP Resource Representation Header Working Draft Published
The XML Protocol Working Group has released the First Public Working Draft of SOAP Resource Representation Header. The document describes a SOAP header block that allows applications to carry a representation of a Web resource in a SOAP message. SOAP Version 1.2 is a lightweight protocol for exchanging structured information in a decentralized, distributed environment.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 520  Category: Resource    

Understanding SOAP
SOAP provides a simple, extensible, and rich XML messaging framework for defining higher-level application protocols offering increased interoperability in distributed, heterogeneous environments.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 701  Category: Resource    

Overview - SOAP Attachments
An powerpoint Overview of SOAP Attachments.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 329  Category: Resource    

SOAP Version 1.2 Is a W3C Recommendation
The World Wide Web Consortium today released SOAP Version 1.2 as a W3C Recommendation. The Recommendation is four documents: the SOAP Version 1.2 Primer, SOAP Version 1.2 Messaging Framework, SOAP Version 1.2 Adjuncts, and the SOAP Version 1.2 Assertions and Test Collection The World Wide Web Consortium today released SOAP Version 1.2 as a W3C Recommendation.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 207  Category: Resource    

SOAP Learning Guide
Neo writes "Saw this SOAP Learning Guide on the SearchWebServices.com website. It says, "This guide presents SOAP articles, tutorials, examples, tips, tools, white papers, expert advice and more to pump up your SOAP know-how quickly." They also have a BPEL Learning Guide."

Type: SOAP  #Views: 324  Category: Resource    

How to Enable the Manila SOAP Interface
Manila's SOAP interface, like its XML-RPC interface, allows external applications to automate Manila websites, to get and set messages, add to the home page, upload templates, and more.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 250  Category: Resource    

XML developer news from XMLhack: by and for the XML community
SOAP 1.1 Perl module. 13:49, 15 Aug 2000 UTC | Perl | Edd Dumbill. New version of 18:17, 21 Feb 2000 UTC | Tools | Edd Dumbill. XML FAQ en français, libxml-perl

Type: SOAP  #Views: 245  Category: Resource    

The Code Project - XML Parser Demo - SOAP and XML
Other popular SOAP and XML articles: Link CMarkup into your VC++ app and avoid complex XML tools and FAQ, Noise level Very High, Search

Type: SOAP  #Views: 445  Category: Resource    

Why XML/SOAP Firewalling, Why Web Services Security
XML based Web Services are a convenient and very powerful way for companies to deploy new business services and to integrate existing business applications.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 238  Category: Resource    

SOAP with Attachments API for Java
SOAP with Attachments API for Java (SAAJ) is used mainly for the SOAP messaging that goes on behind the scenes in JAX-RPC and JAXR implementations. Secondarily, it is an API that developers can use when they choose to write SOAP messaging applications directly rather than using JAX-RPC.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 227  Category: Resource    

PHP web services -- with and without SOAP
Back in the summer, PHP Cookbook author Adam Trachtenburg covered the basics of web services and SOAP in the OnLAMP.com article A PHP Web Services Client. In the article, Trachtenberg shows how to write a PHP application that accesses Amazon.com's database, as exposed by its web service. He writes: "The options are only limited by your imagination and Amazon's lawyers."

Type: SOAP  #Views: 320  Category: Resource    

Apache SOAP Installation Instructions
The Apache-SOAP distribution can be installed for use as a client or as a server. This document provides installation instructions for both cases and also has a trouble shooting section to help sort out common installation related problems.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 177  Category: Resource    

Deploy XML/XSL with PageBox, Cocoon and SOAP
Data provider repositories describe Web services that can be accessed using XML over HTTP, XML over SMTP, SOAP, IIOP and in the future XML Protocol (XMLP).

Type: SOAP  #Views: 302  Category: Resource    

SOAP Version 1.2 Is a W3C Recommendation
The World Wide Web Consortium today released SOAP Version 1.2 as a W3C Recommendation. The Recommendation is four documents: the SOAP Version 1.2 Primer, SOAP Version 1.2 Messaging Framework, SOAP Version 1.2 Adjuncts, and the SOAP Version 1.2 Assertions and Test Collection.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 223  Category: Resource    

Online demonstration of SOAP validation
Please note that this is not a demonstration of SOAP per se: the Topologi Validating Proxy is not a SOAP forwarder and can validate any kind of XML. This demonstration uses SOAP as a typical kind of application: we can imagine the proxy is sitting in front of some SOAP-aware system which the proxy is gatekeeping.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 268  Category: Resource    

Is SOAP tough enough for large data loads?
The most basic data integration scenario involves passing data from point A to point B. This is also known as data extraction. The data usually originates from a relational database. The data format is usually a text-delimited file (ASCII or UTF_8). The transfer mechanism is usually FTP. After receiving the delimited text file, it is typically loaded into another relational database.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 274  Category: Resource    

Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
SOAP, or Simple Object Access Protocol is an XML-based object invocation protocol. SOAP was originally developed for distributed applications to communicate over HTTP and through corporate firewalls. SOAP defines the use of XML and HTTP to access services, objects and servers in a platform-independent manner.

Type: SOAP  #Views: 190  Category: Resource    

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