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.NET and J2EE, a Comparison

  • J. Jeffrey Hanson

Abstract

Web Services is the term being used to describe some of the technologies for solving the problems of integrating applications across the enterprise and between disparate companies over the Internet. Web Services are also being described as the concepts and technologies for delivering services and content to any Web-enabled client or device. A simplified attempt at defining Web Services generically might be as follows:

Web Services are URI-addressable resources that use existing Internet infrastructures and protocols to allow applications, services, and devices to discover them, connect to them, and execute their business logic using remote method calls.

Keywords

Simple Object Access Protocol Remote Procedure Call Simple Object Access Protocol Message ebXML Registry Common Language Infrastructure 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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© Apress 2002

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  • J. Jeffrey Hanson

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