Web Services A Technical Introduction
©2003 |Prentice Hall | Available
Harvey M. Deitel
Paul J. Deitel, Deitel & Associates, Inc.
L. K. Trees
©2003 |Prentice Hall | Available
Appropriate for all courses in Web services for both introductory computer science students and students following a business track.
In Web Services: A Technical Introduction, the world-renowned Deitel & Associates training organization presents a complete overview of Web services for both business and technical students. The authors illuminate both the technology underlying Web services and the business implications of implementing them. Students will start by understanding what Web services are, how they differ from previous computing paradigms, and what benefits they offer. They will explore each leading Web service business model, including B2B and B2C scenarios, and the core standards that enable them: XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI. The book reviews strategies of key industry players such as Microsoft, Sun, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, BEA, Oracle, and IONA; then moves on to detailed treatments of both .NET and Java Web services. Students will learn about Web services security: both the risks involved and the technologies for mitigating them. Numerous case studies explain how Web services enable organizations to increase efficiency, create new revenue streams and interact with customers and business partners more effectively. Appendices contain Visual Basic .NET and Java™ LIVE-CODE™ implementations of Web services applications, a complete introduction to XML markup, and an up-to-date guide to online Web services information resources.
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Helps students understand Web services advantages and limitations from both a technical and business viewpoint.
Helps students identify realistic business opportunities for utilizing Web services.
Gives students a strong understanding of the XML technologies they will rely on in any Web services project, regardless of their technical or business role.
Helps students address one of todays most challenging obstacles to Web services deployment in the enterprise.
Shows students how the leading technology vendors are bringing Web services solutions to market, so they can assess their options more effectively.
Helps programming students more clearly understand the realities of Web services implementation in both of the two leading platforms.
Gives students confidence that they are receiving information that is thorough, accurate, clear, and pedagogically proven.
1. Introduction to Web Services.
2. Web Services: A New Computing Paradigm.
3. Web Services Business Models.
4. Web Services and Enterprise Computing.
5. XML and Derivative Technologies.
6. Understanding SOAP and WSDL.
7. UDDI, Discovery and Web Services Registries.
8. Web Services Platforms, Vendors and Strategies.
9. .NET Web Services: A Conceptual Overview.
10. Java Web Services: A Conceptual Overview.
11. Computer and Internet Security.
12. Web Services Security.
Appendix A. Introduction to XML Markup.
Appendix B. Implementing Web Services in Visual Basic .NET.
Appendix C. Implementing Web Services in Java.
Appendix D. Best Web Services Web Sites.
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Harvey M. Deitel is one of the world's leading computer science instructors and seminar presenters, and author of twelve books. Paul J. Deitel has taught programming at many of the world's leading companies. Together, they have written numerous books, and are principals of Deitel & Associates, a leading global training firm.
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