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Free Online Class - Developing Web Services with the Altova Enterprise XML Suite
This class explores contract-first Web services development using the Altova Enterprise XML Suite. Beginning with the development of a Web services description (a WSDL document) using XMLSpy, the student is led through the development of a Web service from back end to front. Along the way, the student will learn how to autogenerate Web services components using MapForce, test a service using XMLSpy as a SOAP client, and explore the use of the XMLSpy SOAP debugger to intercept and investigate SOAP messages generated in a Web service exchange. Register for this FREE class today!

Type: WebService  #Views: 248  Category: Tutorial    

Web Service Tutorial
Using Stylus Studio's Web service call composer, you can design, compose, and test a Web service call without writing any code. Once Stylus Studio composes the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) request and you have successfully tested it, you can use the SOAP response returned by the Web service as an XML source wherever you use XML documents in Stylus Studio. This web service tutorial covers:

Web service overview, Obtaining WSDL URLs, Modifying a SOAP Request, Testing a Web Service, Saving a Web Service Call, Creating a Web Service Call Scenario.

Type: WebService  #Views: 376  Category: Tutorial    

Invoking and Testing Web Services (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI)
This Web Service tutorial covers: obtaining WSDL URLs, modifying a SOAP request, testing a Web service, saving a Web service call, and creating a Web service call scenario.

Type: WebService  #Views: 411  Category: Tutorial    

The New Bloglines Web Services
Bloglines today announced a set of new web services APIs, allowing developers to write applications for reading RSS and Atom feeds by drawing data directly from the Bloglines databases. This is a very significant change in the landscape of RSS/Atom aggregators, the newsreading applications that have become more popular over the past few years. Along with the release of its web services, Bloglines announced that several desktop RSS/Atom aggregators, including FeedDemon, NetNewsWire, and Blogbot, will begin using these APIs to provide additional capabilities in their applications. The Bloglines Web Services make it very easy for developers to use RSS and Atom content for many purposes, and the services will also ease the traffic pileup that aggregators are beginning to cause for many large RSS/Atom publishers.

Type: WebService  #Views: 688  Category: Tutorial    

Schema Importer Extensions
Just imagine you have a new data class that provides a disconnected, in-memory cache of data from a relational data store and you are sure nobody else has ever implemented this. Now your instances of this class to be used to pass data between Web services. If you have read this small articles series carefully, you might want to say that you just have implement the IXmlSerializable interface for this type.

Type: WebService  #Views: 541  Category: Tutorial    

Create and Consume XML Web Service
An XML Web Service is an internet standard and this article demonstrates how to build and consume an XML Web Service in Visual Basic .NET.

Type: WebService  #Views: 912  Category: Tutorial    

Integrating XML Web Services With VB6 Applications
Max shows how legacy VB6 applications can consume web services written in C++.

Type: WebService  #Views: 754  Category: Tutorial    

Web Services Tutorial II - Asynchronous
In Part One of this tutorial series, I created a simple SOAP based chat server and client using the Systinet Web Services WASP platform. In the second part, I’ll show you how easy it is to call the services asynchronously. As a small bonus, I’ll touch on the problems of transmitting exceptions over SOAP.

Type: WebService  #Views: 388  Category: Tutorial    

Dynamic e-Business: Trends in Web Services
In the last couple of years, the concept of a web service (WS) has emerged as an important paradigm for general application integration in the internet environment. More particularly, WS is viewed as an important vehicle for the creation of dynamic e-business applications and as a means for the J2EE and .NET worlds to come together.

Type: WebService  #Views: 223  Category: Tutorial    

Web services
The notion of Web services exploded in June 2000 when Microsoft announced its .NET strategy for Internet-based applications and unofficially dubbed such applications "Web services." Since then IBM has touted technologies it already has as Web-services enablers and, more recently, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and Hewlett-Packard proclaimed that they too have been working on Web-services technologies for some time.

Type: WebService  #Views: 257  Category: Tutorial    

Engineering of Web services with XML and XSL
The important role of Web services in businesses and organizations is undisputed today. The construction and management of large Web services is still a challenge. The life cycle of a Web service includes the analysis, design, implementation and maintenance stages and Web service engineering covers all phases of Web service life cycle.

Type: WebService  #Views: 276  Category: Tutorial    

Web Services
Welcome to the Web Services course. This course is designed to introduce you to the concepts and technologies associated with developing Web Services. Upon completing this course, you will be familiar with the concepts, terms, and technologies involved with Web Services.

Type: WebService  #Views: 289  Category: Tutorial    

Programming Web Services Applications
This tutorial will help participants weave a path through the alphabet soup of Web services specifications. Participants will learn the significance of each of the major Web services specifications (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI), the relationship between them, as well as the standard components and tools that are available to take advantage of them.

Type: WebService  #Views: 360  Category: Tutorial    

Multi-Interface Web Services Made Easy
There is little doubt that the hype associated with web services has reached astronomical proportions. Notably missing from the current flood of information, however, is a nuts-and-bolts examination of how to build applications which provide both browser-based access for human users and programmatic access for automated clients.

Type: WebService  #Views: 214  Category: Tutorial    

Conversation Support for Web Services
Conversation Support for Web Services is a technology that proposes and implements a conversational model of e-business interaction by extending and building on the Web Services architecture.

Type: WebService  #Views: 220  Category: Tutorial    

Java Web services: What's not to like?
The Java platform provides a top-to-bottom, end-to-end solution for a Web services architecture. In this article, Eric Armstrong provides an overview of Sun's new Web services APIs. These latest releases provide an impressive array of performance and functionality capabilities.

Type: WebService  #Views: 260  Category: Tutorial    

Programming WebLogic Web Services
The following sections provide an overview of Web services, and how they are implemented in WebLogic Server:

Type: WebService  #Views: 276  Category: Tutorial    

Using an XML Web Service
This QuickStart describes how to use a Web service that provides results for simple arithmetic. This Web service is described in the full .NET Framework QuickStart "Write a Simple XML Web service," for which this QuickStart provides a client application as shown in the following screen shot. To read the Web service QuickStart, click here.

Type: WebService  #Views: 278  Category: Tutorial    

Calling a COM object from a Web service in .NET
Creating a Web service in .NET is easy, and so is a call to a COM object. See how to put them together when the COM object uses a single-threaded apartment model.

Type: WebService  #Views: 269  Category: Tutorial    

SOAP RPC Technology Preview Tutorial
The SOAP RPC Technology Previewis an update to Forte for Java Enterprise Edition 3.0 that supports the creation, assembly, and deployment of SOAP RPC Web Services using the Apache SOAP runtime.

Type: WebService  #Views: 288  Category: Tutorial    

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