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Web Services Essentials: Distributed Applications with XML-RPC, Soap, UDDI and Wsdl

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As a developer new to Web Services, how do you make sense of this emerging framework so you can start writing your own services today? This concise book gives programmers both a concrete introduction and a handy reference to XML web services, first by explaining the foundations of this new breed of distributed services, and then by demonstrating quick ways to create services with open-source Java tools.

Web Services make it possible for diverse applications to discover each other and exchange data seamlessly via the Internet. For instance, programs written in Java and running on Solaris can find and call code written in C# that run on Windows XP, or programs written in Perl that run on Linux, without any concern about the details of how that service is implemented. A common set of Web Services is at the core of Microsoft's new .NET strategy, Sun Microsystems's Sun One Platform, and the W3C's XML Protocol Activity Group.

In this book, author Ethan Cerami explores four key emerging technologies:

  • XML Remote Procedure Calls (XML-RPC)
  • SOAP - The foundation for most commercial Web Services development
  • Universal Discovery, Description and Integration (UDDI)
  • Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
For each of these topics, Web Services Essentials provides a quick overview, Java tutorials with sample code, samples of the XML documents underlying the service, and explanations of freely-available Java APIs. Cerami also includes a guide to the current state of Web Services, pointers to open-source tools and a comprehensive glossary of terms.

If you want to break through the Web Services hype and find useful information on these evolving technologies, look no further than Web Services Essentials.

Book News Annotation:

Intended for developers familiar with Java and XML, this guide overviews XML remote procedures calls (XML-RPC), the simple object access protocol (SOAP), universal discovery description and integration (UDDI), and the web services description language (WSDL), and provides sample XML-RPC code written in Java and Perl, an introduction to programming Apache SOAP, and quick references to the UDDI inquiry API and the UDDI4J API. Cerami is a software engineer at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

This concise book gives programmers both a concrete introduction and handy reference to XML web services. It explains the foundations of this new breed of distributed services, demonstrates quick ways to create services with open-source Java tools, and explores four key emerging technologies: XML-RPC, SOAP, UDDI, and WSDL

Synopsis:

WSDL; 1.5 Service Discovery: UDDI; 1.6 Service Transport; 1.7 Security Considerations; 1.8 All Together Now; 1.9 Standards and Coherence; XML-RPC; Chapter 2: XML-RPC Essentials; 2.1 XML-RPC Overview; 2.2 Why XML-RPC?; 2.3 XML-RPC Technical Overview; 2.4 Developing with XML-RPC; 2.5 Beyond Simple Calls; SOAP; Chapter 3: SOAP Essentials; 3.1 SOAP 101; 3.2 The SOAP Message; 3.3 SOAP Encoding; 3.4 SOAP via HTTP; 3.5 SOAP and the W3C; 3.6 SOAP Implementations; Chapter 4: Apache SOAP Quick Start; 4.1 Installing Apache SOAP; 4.2 Hello, SOAP!; 4.3 Deploying SOAP Services; 4.4 The TcpTunnelGui Tool; 4.5 Web Resources; Chapter 5: Programming Apache SOAP; 5.1 Working with Arrays; 5.2 Working with JavaBeans; 5.3 Working with Literal XML Documents; 5.4 Handling SOAP Faults; 5.5 Maintaining Session State; WSDL; Chapter 6: WSDL Essentials; 6.1 The WSDL Specification; 6.2 Basic WSDL Example: HelloService.wsdl; 6.3 WSDL Invocation Tools, Part I; 6.4 Basic WSDL Example: XMethods eBay Price Watcher Service; 6.5 WSDL Invocation Tools, Part II; 6.6 Automatically Generating WSDL Files; 6.7 XML Schema Data Typing; UDDI; Chapter 7: UDDI Essentials; 7.1 Introduction to UDDI; 7.2 Why UDDI?; 7.3 UDDI Technical Overview; 7.4 UDDI Data Model; 7.5 Searching UDDI; 7.6 Publishing to UDDI; 7.7 UDDI Implementations; 7.8 Web Resources; Chapter 8: UDDI Inquiry API: Quick Reference; 8.1 The UDDI Inquiry API; 8.2 Find Qualifiers; Chapter 9: UDDI 4J; 9.1 Getting Started; 9.2 Finding and Retrieving UDDI Data; 9.3 Publishing UDDI Data; 9.4 UDDI4J Quick Reference API; Glossary; Colophon;

Synopsis:

As a developer new to Web Services, how do you make sense of this emerging framework so you can start writing your own services today? This concise book gives programmers both a concrete introduction and a handy reference to XML web services, first by explaining the foundations of this new breed of distributed services, and then by demonstrating quick ways to create services with open-source Java tools.Web Services make it possible for diverse applications to discover each other and exchange data seamlessly via the Internet. For instance, programs written in Java and running on Solaris can find and call code written in C# that run on Windows XP, or programs written in Perl that run on Linux, without any concern about the details of how that service is implemented. A common set of Web Services is at the core of Microsoft's new .NET strategy, Sun Microsystems's Sun One Platform, and the W3C's XML Protocol Activity Group.In this book, author Ethan Cerami explores four key emerging technologies:

  • XML Remote Procedure Calls (XML-RPC)
  • SOAP - The foundation for most commercial Web Services development
  • Universal Discovery, Description and Integration (UDDI)
  • Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
For each of these topics, Web Services Essentials provides a quick overview, Java tutorials with sample code, samples of the XML documents underlying the service, and explanations of freely-available Java APIs. Cerami also includes a guide to the current state of Web Services, pointers to open-source tools and a comprehensive glossary of terms.If you want to break through the Web Services hype and find useful information on these evolving technologies, look no further than Web Services Essentials.

About the Author

Ethan Cerami is a Senior Software Engineer at the Center for Computational Biology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and an adjunct faculty in the Department of Computer Science at New York University. He is the author of Web Services Essentials (O'Reilly), and is currently hard at work on "XML for Bioinformatics" (O'Reilly).

Table of Contents

  • Dedication
  • Preface
  • Introduction to Web Services
    • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • XML-RPC
    • Chapter 2: XML-RPC Essentials
  • SOAP
    • Chapter 3: SOAP Essentials
    • Chapter 4: Apache SOAP Quick Start
    • Chapter 5: Programming Apache SOAP
  • WSDL
    • Chapter 6: WSDL Essentials
  • UDDI
    • Chapter 7: UDDI Essentials
    • Chapter 8: UDDI Inquiry API: Quick Reference
    • Chapter 9: UDDI 4J
  • Glossary
  • Colophon

Product Details

ISBN:
9780596002244
Author:
Cerami, Ethan
Publisher:
O'Reilly Media
Author:
, Ethan
Author:
Cerami
Location:
Beijing
Subject:
Internet - General
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
Java (Computer program language)
Subject:
Web servers
Subject:
Web site development
Subject:
Java
Subject:
XML
Subject:
Programming Languages - XML
Subject:
Web services
Subject:
Computer Languages-XML
Subject:
rpc;soap;uddi;web services;wsdl;xml-rpc
Subject:
CourseSmart Subject Description
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
Print PDF
Series Volume:
Bd.4
Publication Date:
20020231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
308
Dimensions:
9 x 6 x 0.6 in 0.92 lb

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"Synopsis" by ,
This concise book gives programmers both a concrete introduction and handy reference to XML web services. It explains the foundations of this new breed of distributed services, demonstrates quick ways to create services with open-source Java tools, and explores four key emerging technologies: XML-RPC, SOAP, UDDI, and WSDL
"Synopsis" by , WSDL; 1.5 Service Discovery: UDDI; 1.6 Service Transport; 1.7 Security Considerations; 1.8 All Together Now; 1.9 Standards and Coherence; XML-RPC; Chapter 2: XML-RPC Essentials; 2.1 XML-RPC Overview; 2.2 Why XML-RPC?; 2.3 XML-RPC Technical Overview; 2.4 Developing with XML-RPC; 2.5 Beyond Simple Calls; SOAP; Chapter 3: SOAP Essentials; 3.1 SOAP 101; 3.2 The SOAP Message; 3.3 SOAP Encoding; 3.4 SOAP via HTTP; 3.5 SOAP and the W3C; 3.6 SOAP Implementations; Chapter 4: Apache SOAP Quick Start; 4.1 Installing Apache SOAP; 4.2 Hello, SOAP!; 4.3 Deploying SOAP Services; 4.4 The TcpTunnelGui Tool; 4.5 Web Resources; Chapter 5: Programming Apache SOAP; 5.1 Working with Arrays; 5.2 Working with JavaBeans; 5.3 Working with Literal XML Documents; 5.4 Handling SOAP Faults; 5.5 Maintaining Session State; WSDL; Chapter 6: WSDL Essentials; 6.1 The WSDL Specification; 6.2 Basic WSDL Example: HelloService.wsdl; 6.3 WSDL Invocation Tools, Part I; 6.4 Basic WSDL Example: XMethods eBay Price Watcher Service; 6.5 WSDL Invocation Tools, Part II; 6.6 Automatically Generating WSDL Files; 6.7 XML Schema Data Typing; UDDI; Chapter 7: UDDI Essentials; 7.1 Introduction to UDDI; 7.2 Why UDDI?; 7.3 UDDI Technical Overview; 7.4 UDDI Data Model; 7.5 Searching UDDI; 7.6 Publishing to UDDI; 7.7 UDDI Implementations; 7.8 Web Resources; Chapter 8: UDDI Inquiry API: Quick Reference; 8.1 The UDDI Inquiry API; 8.2 Find Qualifiers; Chapter 9: UDDI 4J; 9.1 Getting Started; 9.2 Finding and Retrieving UDDI Data; 9.3 Publishing UDDI Data; 9.4 UDDI4J Quick Reference API; Glossary; Colophon;
"Synopsis" by ,

As a developer new to Web Services, how do you make sense of this emerging framework so you can start writing your own services today? This concise book gives programmers both a concrete introduction and a handy reference to XML web services, first by explaining the foundations of this new breed of distributed services, and then by demonstrating quick ways to create services with open-source Java tools.Web Services make it possible for diverse applications to discover each other and exchange data seamlessly via the Internet. For instance, programs written in Java and running on Solaris can find and call code written in C# that run on Windows XP, or programs written in Perl that run on Linux, without any concern about the details of how that service is implemented. A common set of Web Services is at the core of Microsoft's new .NET strategy, Sun Microsystems's Sun One Platform, and the W3C's XML Protocol Activity Group.In this book, author Ethan Cerami explores four key emerging technologies:

  • XML Remote Procedure Calls (XML-RPC)
  • SOAP - The foundation for most commercial Web Services development
  • Universal Discovery, Description and Integration (UDDI)
  • Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
For each of these topics, Web Services Essentials provides a quick overview, Java tutorials with sample code, samples of the XML documents underlying the service, and explanations of freely-available Java APIs. Cerami also includes a guide to the current state of Web Services, pointers to open-source tools and a comprehensive glossary of terms.If you want to break through the Web Services hype and find useful information on these evolving technologies, look no further than Web Services Essentials.

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