XML Web Services with ASP.NET

XML Web Services with ASP.NET

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This book is a comprehensive guide that walks the reader through developing and consuming XML Web Services using the .NET platform and ASP.NET. It begins with an overview of the .NET framework and an explanation of the process behind XML Web Services, and then quickly delves into building and consuming Web Services. Included will be discussions of proxies, classes, SOAP, Global XML Web Services Architecture, WSDL, UDDI, and Disco. The book will also cover the important issue of security and how to apply encryption and signing. This book is the reader's guide to advanced XML Web Services such as error and exception handling, configuration, and optimization.show more

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  • Paperback | 700 pages
  • 192 x 228 x 46mm | 1,301.8g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764548298
  • 9780764548291

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About Bill Evjen

Bill Evjen is an active proponent of the .NET technologies and community based learning initiatives for .NET. He has been actively involved with .NET since the first bits were released in 2000 and has since become the president of the St. Louis .NET User Group, as well as the founder and executive director of the International .NET Association. Bill, who coauthored the Visual Basic .NET Bible, is also an active author and speaker on .NET technologies.show more

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"This book is an invaluable resource for developers building XML Web Services with Microsoft .NET." -Rob Howard, Program Manager, ASP.NET Team, Microsoft Corporation "Given the flood of cookie-cutter books, it's refreshing to find a technical book written with such an optimal mix of clarity, conciseness, and quality as this one." -Michael Lane Thomas, .NET Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation Microsoft's .NET Framework opens up a whole new world of Web services. This comprehensive guide shows you how to get a handle on the new .NET and XML Web services tools - and get up to speed on building your own next-generation Web applications. Using plenty of ASP.NET examples in Visual Basic .NET and C#, .NET expert Bill Evjen explains step by step how to construct and consume both simple and complex Web services. Along the way, he demonstrates how to incorporate many key technologies into your applications, including WSDL, UDDI, Disco, SOAP, authentication, encryption, ADO.NET, and .NET Remoting. Evjen also offers practical tips and techniques for error and exception handling, optimization, and other advanced issues. You will learn how to: * Build XML Web services using ASP. NET and Visual Basic .NET or C# * Consume Web services in a Web or Windows form * Describe and discover Web services using WSDL, UDDI, and Disco * Strengthen Web services by expanding SOAP messages * Lock in Web services security with authentication and encryption * Tap in to SQL Server data for your Web services using ADO.NET * Tackle advanced Web services programming issues * Work with .NET Remoting The companion Web site features all the source code from the book.show more

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgements. Part I: The .NET Framework. Chapter 1: The .NET Foundation. Chapter 2: The Technologies of .NET. Part II: The Basics of XML Web Services Chapter 3: Introduction to XML Web Services. Chapter 4: Building a Simple XML Web Service Chapter 5: Consuming XML Web Services. Part III: Building XML Web Services. Chapter 6: XML Web Services Architecture. Chapter 7: The Visual Part of XML Web Services. Chapter 8: State Management. Chapter 9: Proxies. Part IV: XML Web Services Description and Discovery Chapter 10: WSDL. Chapter 11: UDDI. Chapter 12: Disco. Part V: All About SOAP. Chapter 13: SOAP. Chapter 14: Advanced SOAP. Chapter 15: Global XML Web Services Architecture. Part VI: Security. Chapter 16: General Security Issues. Chapter 17: Advanced Security. Part VII: ADO.NET and XML Web Services Chapter 18: Working with ADO.NET. Chapter 19: XML Web Services and ADO.NET. Part VIII: Advanced XML Web Services. Chapter 20: Error and Exception Handling. Chapter 21: Configuration and Optimization. Chapter 22: Advanced Issues in XML Web Services. Chapter 23: Screen Scraping. Part IX: .NET My Services and .NET Remoting Chapter 24: .NET My Services. Chapter 25: .NET Remoting: An Alternative to XML Web Services. Chapter 26: In Conclusion. Appendix A: XML Web Services Classes. Appendix B: XML Primer. Appendix C: XSD Primer. Appendix D: Bill Evjen s .NET Resources. Index.show more