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Abstract

This book is about consuming, creating, and deploying Web Services. To “consume” means to use a client that communicates with aWeb Service. What are Web Services, and how do their clients communicate with them? Most generally, aWeb Service is a distributed application that exposes public procedures whose input and output conform to a standard, language-independent and platform-independent protocol. The key feature of Web Services is interoperability: they can be invoked remotely over the network by client programs written in different languages and running on different platforms.

Keywords

Application Program Interface Query String Soap Message Document Object Model Application Program Interface Call 
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Copyright information

© Alexander Nakhimovsky and Tom Myers 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Alexander Nakhimovsky
  • Tom Myers

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