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XML Web Services in the Organization (Pro-Developer)by Chris Boar
Synopses & Reviews
Key Book Benefits: - Provides IS developers and architects with the information they need to understand why XML Web services will revolutionize and simplify the way they do business- Discusses XML solutions involving security, interoperability with legacy systems, mobile collaboration, electronic data interchange (EDI), and creation of customer-ready Web interfaces- - Includes real-world implementation examples to help software developers and architects begin planning their move to XML Web services today.
Book News Annotation:
This guide teaches how to exploit the interoperability of the Microsoft .NET Framework to build platform-independent XML-based Web services that may dramatically improve data sharing and communication with remote employees, partners, and customers. Boar (a developer of Microsoft Certified Training programs for developers in Microsoft's Training and Certification Program for developers) provides easy-to- follow sample applications that can be downloaded from the book's Web page at Microsoft.com. Among its topics, the book shows how to simplify collaboration and intranet communications for mobile workers, use SOAP to enable legacy and other disparate systems to operate together, and help protect password privacy and data integrity on the Web.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
A guide to XML Web services covers such topics as remote access, SOAP, electronic data interchange, encryption, and monitoring Web services.
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