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Using XML and web Services

  • John Kanalakis

Abstract

Various chapters of this book have mentioned Extensible Markup Language (XML) documents and their ability to represent structured data in a flat file. This chapter looks closer at XML and explains why the technology is important to the extended enterprise. Then, building from your understanding of XML, this chapter introduces the concept of Web services and the components that make up Web services. This chapter continues to expand the IssueTracker application by building out the Web service layer of the IssueTracker application to produce a Web service integration platform for any Web-enabled application to use.

Keywords

Simple Object Access Protocol Common Object Request Broker Architecture Standard Generalize Markup Language Simple Object Access Protocol Message Simple Mail Transfer Protocol 
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© John Kanalakis 2003

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