Programming Web Services with Soap
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BeschreibungThe web services architecture provides a new way to think about and implement application-to-application integration and interoperability that makes the development platform irrelevant. Two applications, regardless of operating system, programming language, or any other technical implementation detail, communicate using XML messages over open Internet protocols such as HTTP or SMTP. The Simple Open Access Protocol (SOAP) is a specification that details how to encode that information and has become the messaging protocol of choice for Web services.
Programming Web Services with SOAP is a detailed guide to using SOAP and other leading web services standards--WSDL (Web Service Description Language), and UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration protocol). You'll learn the concepts of the web services architecture and get practical advice on building and deploying web services in the enterprise.
This authoritative book decodes the standards, explaining the concepts and implementation in a clear, concise style. You'll also learn about the major toolkits for building and deploying web services. Examples in Java, Perl, C#, and Visual Basic illustrate the principles. Significant applications developed using Java and Perl on the Apache Tomcat web platform address real issues such as security, debugging, and interoperability.
Covered topic areas include:
* The Web Services Architecture
* SOAP envelopes, headers, and encodings
* WSDL and UDDI
* Writing web services with Apache SOAP and Java
* Writing web services with Perl's SOAP::Lite
* Peer-to-peer (P2P) web services
* Enterprise issues such as authentication, security, and identity
* Up-and-coming standards projects for web services
Programming Web Services with SOAP provides you with all the information on the standards, protocols, and toolkits you'll need to integrate information services with SOAP. You'll find a solid core of information that will help you develop individual Web services or discover new ways to integrate core business processes across an enterprise.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface 1. Introducing Web Services What Is a Web Service? Web Service Fundamentals The Web Service Technology Stack Application The Peer Services Model 2. Introducing SOAP SOAP and XML SOAP Messages SOAP Faults The SOAP Message Exchange Model Using SOAP for RPC-Style Web Services SOAP's Data Encoding SOAP Data Types SOAP Transports 3. Writing SOAP Web Services Web Services Anatomy 101 Creating Web Services in Perl with SOAP::Lite Creating Web Services in Java with Apache SOAP Creating Web Services In .NET Interoperability Issues 4. The Publisher Web Service Overview The Publisher Operations The Publisher Server The Java Shell Client 5. Describing a SOAP Service Describing Web Services Anatomy of a Service Description Defining Data Types and Structures with XML Schemas Describing the Web Service Interface Describing the Web Service Implementation Understanding Messaging Patterns 6. Discovering SOAP Services The UDDI Registry The UDDI Interfaces Using UDDI to Publish Services Using UDDI to Locate Services Generating UDDI from WSDL Using UDDI and WSDL Together The Web Service Inspection Language (WS-Inspection) 7. Web Services in Action The CodeShare Service Network The Code Share Index Web Services Security Definitions and Descriptions Implementing the CodeShare Server Implementing the CodeShare Owner Implementing the CodeShare Client Seeing It in Action What's Missing from This Picture? Developing CodeShare 8. Web Services Security What Is a "Secure" Web Service? Microsoft Passport, Version 1.x and 2.x Microsoft Passport, Version 3.x Give Me Liberty or Give Me - A Magic Carpet The Need for Standards XML Digital Signatures and Encryption 9. The Future of Web Services The Future of Web Development The Future of SOAP The Future of WSDL The Future of UDDI Web Services Battlegrounds Technologies Web Services Rollout A. Web Service Standardization B. XML Schema Basics C. Code Listings Index
PortraitJames Snell is a member of IBM's emerging software technologies team where his work is dedicated to the evolving Web services architecture.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: O'REILLY & ASSOC INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2001
Seitenanzahl: 264 Seiten