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Altova MapForce 2006
Altova MapForce 2006 is the premier data integration and Web services implementation tool. This award winning visual data mapper converts data on-the-fly and also auto-generates data mapping code in multiple programming languages for royalty-free use in your applications. With the power to convert any combination of XML, database, flat file, and/or EDI data, and to build Web services by mapping data sources to WSDL operations, it is the definitive tool for data conversion and Web services development. MapForce is the first and only product to let you choose between XSLT 1.0, XSLT 2.0, XQuery, Java, C++, or C# code generation from your mapping designs. Simply open information source(s) and target(s), drop in data processing functions from the customizable libraries, and drag connecting lines between elements you wish to associate. MapForce 2006 automatically connects matching child elements. Popular function libraries come standard, and you can create and save your own complex data processing functions. MapForce 2006 now integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and Eclipse, so you can use its advanced functionality from within these leading IDEs. It supports all major databases, including Microsoft Access, SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, IBM DB2, Sybase, and others. Its unique FlexText feature provides a versatile utility for parsing arbitrarily structured text files and incorporating legacy data in mapping designs. Now, you can also modify EDI configuration files with ease. Once a mapping is defined, you can instantly view the output. Mappings to target XML Schemas produce XML documents, while mappings to databases produce SQL scripts, flat files produce text file output, and EDI files produce EDIFACT or X12 transaction sets. Altova MapForce 2006 is indispensable for anyone facing data integration and Web services implementation challenges

Type: WebService  #Views: 268  Category: Tool    

WSDL Editor
Stylus Studio provides comprehensive support for working with Web Services and the Web Service Description Language (WSDL) — an XML format for describing network services as a set of endpoints operating on messages containing either document-oriented or procedure-oriented information. This tutorial provides an overview of the WSDL Editor and many other WSDL tools and utilities in that simplify Web service development.

Type: WebService  #Views: 205  Category: Tool    

StrikeIron Web Services Marketplace API
The StrikeIron Web Services Marketplace provides online services for selling (publishing) and buying (subscribing to) commercial Web services from multiple providers. Developers can start making money instantly by integrating their applications with multiple Web services from the StrikeIron Marketplace to be seamlessly integrated on-the-fly without ever having to leave their application. This free API includes functionality such as registering a new user to the Marketplace, providing free trials in real-time to desired Web services, providing on-demand usage information, and creating customized WSDLs for each Web service in the Marketplace for usage tracking and providing transaction-based commissions to the partner. And best of all, StrikeIron takes care of all the Web services commercialization infrastructure and process, minimizing the effort and cost so the partner can focus on selling their applications.

Type: WebService  #Views: 216  Category: Tool    

Invoking Web Services
Build advanced Web service applications with Web Service Tools from Stylus Studio. Select from one of the Web Service Tools below to learn more about Stylus Studio's advanced support for working with all Web service technologies, including SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI.
  • Web Service Tester: Stylus Studio includes a Web Service Call Composer (i.e. a SOAP Tester) that alows you to easily invoke Web Service methods from within our powerful XML IDE. Features include the ability to query public UDDI registries for WSDL files, automatic generation of SOAP envelopes, and a results preview window.
  • Web Service Integration: Stylus Studio allows you to use Web services as XML data sources to be used in live XML mapping projects using Stylus Studio XML Deployment Adapters and either XQuery 1.0 or XSLT 2.0, providing a powerful, standards-based approach to Web service data integration
  • Web Service Frameworks: Stylus Studio's Web service tools can be used with all of the major Web service clients, servers and frameworks including: Apache AXIS, Microsoft SOAP Client Toolkit 3.0, Microsoft .NET Server, etc.
  • UDDI, SOAP and WSDL Support: Stylus Studio Web service tools are based on the industry-standard, W3C XML Web service technologies, including WSDL, UDDI and SOAP.

Type: WebService  #Views: 633  Category: Tool    

Web Service Tools
Build advanced Web service applications with Stylus Studio® 6's Web Service Tools, including advanced support for working SOAP, WSDL and UDDI. Supported Web Service frameworks include Microsoft SOAP Toolkit, Microsoft .NET, and Apache Axis.

Type: WebService  #Views: 519  Category: Tool    

Forum XRay Web Services Diagnostics
Forum XRay Web Services Diagnostics is designed to stress the security of your Web services. In an age where viruses can penetrate your firewall through SOAP documents and a new breed of XML denial of service attacks that can bring your WSDL end-points to a grinding halt you have to be extra vigilant – even paranoid.

Type: WebService  #Views: 355  Category: Tool    

StrikeIron OnDemand Web Services for Microsoft Excel
With StrikeIron® OnDemand Web Services™ for Microsoft® Excel, simply and easily drag-and-drop Web services directly into Excel spreadsheets. Build real-time, on-demand access to data without any programming knowledge. Access the latest data from both internal and external Web services and UDDIs. Build "live" Excel spreadsheets!

Type: WebService  #Views: 628  Category: Tool    

Kenai Launches Web Services Security Tool
Kenai Systems Inc. has introduced technology for testing Web services for security issues as the services are being developed. The Rocklin, Calif., company's ExamineST Web services security tool provides vulnerability assessment to test for security problems with Web services at their development phase, said Bill Kesselring, CEO of Kenai.

Type: WebService  #Views: 425  Category: Tool    

WSCF (aka WsContractFirst) - Web services Contract-First, for real!
A Visual Studio .NET Add-In and Command Line Tool for Improved “Contract-First” Web services Design and Programming

Type: WebService  #Views: 511  Category: Tool    

Dynamically invoke XML Web Services v1.5 - the next step
A lot of people have asked me recently when I am going to release-to-web the next version of DynWsLib. DynWsLib is a quite successful (see version 1.4) .NET library to call Web services dynamically at runtime without having a static proxy implementation.

Type: WebService  #Views: 627  Category: Tool    

IONA - XMLBUS Think Artix!
XMLBus is IONA's award-winning Web services development toolkit. Artix, available since October 2003, is IONA's Web services integration tool for enterprise SOA and the successor to XMLBus. Artix is a platform-independent; standards-compliant set of infrastructure products for building Java, C/C++ and mainframe Web services. Artix allows organizations to define their existing applications as Web services, without worrying about the underlying middleware. It then provides the ability to expose those applications across a number of middleware technologies. Artix also enables developers to write new applications in C++ and Java that can also be exposed in a middleware neutral manner.

Type: WebService  #Views: 363  Category: Tool    

Reactivity Gateway
Reactivity Gateways are network appliances that receive and send all XML Web services transactions. They ensure any-to-any secure interoperability between heterogeneous connection partners. When the Reactivity Gateways receive a transaction, they defend against XML attacks, execute security and operational policies upon it, mediate standards, data and transports, route and log it. Reactivity's unique architecture enables rapid, seamless, and secure application integration inside and outside the enterprise.

Type: WebService  #Views: 269  Category: Tool    

FileNet Rolls Out ECM With Web Services Support
FileNet Corp. Monday announced that its FileNet P8 3.0 platform now offers Web services-based access to its flagship enterprise content management (ECM) product.

Type: WebService  #Views: 322  Category: Tool    

Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 2.0 now available
Web Services Enhancements for Microsoft .NET (WSE) is a supported add-on to Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework providing developers the latest advanced Web services capabilities to keep pace with the evolving Web services protocol specifications. WSE 2.0 simplifies the development and deployment of secure Web services by enabling developers using Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework to more easily apply security policy, establish long-running secure conversations, retrieve and validate security tokens and more. New features include a policy framework, enhanced security model, message-oriented programming model, and support for multiple hosting environments.

Type: WebService  #Views: 268  Category: Tool    

Briefing: X-registry
X-registry is a new product from Infravio designed to help companies with a portfolio of Web services manage them all. It's designed to create an online "marketplace" of Web services for an intranet or extranet, and to help people navigate through available offerings and effectively consume them. It also ties into Infravio's other software (and into their partnership with NetIQ) as a part of an overall Web services management solution.

Type: WebService  #Views: 259  Category: Tool    

Microsoft Delivers Web Services Tool Update
On Monday, Microsoft delivered an update to its Visual Studio .NET software development tool that lets programmers more easily build advanced, secure Web services. Dubbed Web Services Enhancements 1.0 (WSE) for Microsoft .NET, the tool integrates with Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework, supporting technologies such as WS-Security, WS-Routing, and WS-Attachments.

Type: WebService  #Views: 285  Category: Tool    

Test-Drive Microsoft's New Web Services Development Kit
The WSDK Technical Preview lets .NET developers implement WS-Security, WS-Routing, WS-Referral, and WS-Attachment (DIME) specifications with minimal added code. Read a complete review of the WSDK with coding tips. Download the WSDKClient Windows form project or preview the WSDK with a ASP.NET client at

Type: WebService  #Views: 270  Category: Tool    

Using the WSE to Encrypt SOAP Messages
This sample application demonstrates authenticating users via username and password and encrypting SOAP messages using private key (symmetric) encryption built-into the WSE. It includes a sample web.config file with the necessary WSE entries, sample classes that implement the IPasswordProvider and IDecryptionKeyProvider interfaces, a test proxy, and other code to show you how to encrypt SOAP messages.

Type: WebService  #Views: 295  Category: Tool    

.NET Tools
Following are some very essential tools for programming the .NET platform. And especially when working with Web Services.

Type: WebService  #Views: 253  Category: Tool    

Microsoft Announces Web Services Development Kit Technology Preview
Microsoft has announced a technical preview for the Microsoft Web Services Development Kit (WSDK), which "provides the tools developers need to build advanced Web services applications using the latest Web services specifications, such as WS-Security, WS-Routing and WS-Attachments.

Type: WebService  #Views: 245  Category: Tool    

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