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Developing Java Web Services Architecting and Developing Secure Web Services Using Java

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ISBN-10: 0471236403

ISBN-13: 9780471236405

Edition: 2003

Authors: Ramesh Nagappan, Robert Skoczylas, Rima Patel Sriganesh

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Targets the Java developer and programmer who are ready to build Web Services with Java. It goes beyond simply telling about the different Web Services technologies and shows how to actually implement Web Services using Java.
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Book details

List price: $55.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/25/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 784
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.948
Language: English

Evolution and Emergence of Web Services
Evolution of Distributed Computing
What Is Distributed Computing?
The Importance of Distributed Computing
Client-Server Applications
Java RMI
Microsoft DCOM
Message-Oriented Middleware
Common Challenges in Distributed Computing
The Role of J2EE and XML in Distributed Computing
The Emergence of Web Services
Introduction to Web Services
What Are Web Services?
Motivation and Characteristics
Why Use Web Services?
Basic Operational Model of Web Services
Core Web Services Standards
Extensible Markup Language (XML)
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
Web Services Definition Language (WSDL)
Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI)
Other Industry Standards Supporting Web Services
Web Services Choreography Interface (WSCI)
Web Services Flow Language (WSFL)
Directory Services Markup Language (DSML)
Business Transaction Protocol (BTP)
XML Encryption (XML ENC)
XML Key Management System (XKMS)
XML Signature (XML DSIG)
Extensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML)
Security Assertions Markup Language (SAML)
Known Challenges in Web Services
Web Services Software and Tools
BEA Systems Products
Cape Clear Products
IBM Products
IOPSIS Products
Oracle Products
Sun Products
Systinet Products
Web Services Strategies from Industry Leaders: An Overview
Sun ONE (Sun Open Net Environment)
IBM e-Business
Microsoft .NET
Key Benefits of Web Services
Web Services Architecture and Technologies
Building the Web Services Architecture
Web Services Architecture and Its Core Building Blocks
Tools of the Trade
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI)
Web Services Communication Models
RPC-Based Communication Model
Messaging-Based Communication Model
Implementing Web Services
Developing Web Services-Enabled Applications
How to Develop Java-Based Web Services
Developing Web Services Using J2EE: An Example
Developing Web Services Using SOAP
XML-Based Protocols and SOAP
The Emergence of SOAP
Understanding SOAP Specifications
Anatomy of a SOAP Message
SOAP Envelope
SOAP Header
SOAP Fault
SOAP mustUnderstand
SOAP Attachments
SOAP Encoding
Simple Type Values
Polymorphic Accessor
Compound Type Values
Serialization and Deserialization
SOAP Message Exchange Model
SOAP Intermediaries
SOAP Actor
SOAP Communication
SOAP Messaging
SOAP Bindings for Transport Protocols
Other SOAP Bindings
SOAP Message Exchange Patterns
SOAP Security
SOAP Encryption
SOAP Digital Signature
SOAP Authorization
Building SOAP Web Services
Developing SOAP Web Services Using Java
Developing Web Services Using Apache Axis
Installing Axis for Web Services
Running Axis without Tomcat/Servlet Engine
Axis Infrastructure and Components
Axis Web Services Programming Model
Creating Web Services Using Axis: An Example
Building Axis-Based Infrastructure
Setting Up the ACME Web Services Environment
Implementing the ACME Web Services
Known Limitations of SOAP
Description and Discovery of Web Services
Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
WSDL in the World of Web Services
Anatomy of a WSDL Definition Document
WSDL Bindings
WSDL Tools
Future of WSDL
Limitations of WSDL
Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI)
UDDI Registries
Programming with UDDI
Inquiry API
Publishing API
Implementations of UDDI
Registering as a Systinet UDDI Registry User
Publishing Information to a UDDI Registry
Searching Information in a UDDI Registry
Deleting Information from a UDDI Registry
Limitations of UDDI
Creating .NET Interoperability
Means of Ensuring Interoperability
Declaring W3C XML Schemas
Exposing WSDL
Creating SOAP Proxies
Testing Interoperability
Microsoft .NET Framework: An Overview
Common Language Runtime (CLR)
.NET Framework Class Library
Developing Microsoft .NET Client for Web Services
Key Steps in Creating a Web Service Requestor Using the .NET Framework
Case Study: Building a .NET Client for Axis Web Services
Challenges in Creating Web Services Interoperability
Common SOAP/HTTP Transport Issues
XML Schema-and XML-Related Issues
SOAP/XML Message Discontinuities
Version and Compatibility
The WS-I Initiative and Its Goals
Public Interoperability testing efforts
Exploring Java Web Services Developer Pack
Introduction to the Java Web Services Developer Pack (JWSDP)
Java Web Services Developer Pack
Java XML Pack
Java APIs for XML
JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library
Apache Tomcat Container
Java WSDP Registry Server
ANT Build Tool
Downloading the Web Services Pack
XML Processing and Data Binding with Java APIs
Extensible Markup Language (XML) Basics
XML Syntax
Validation of XML Documents
Java API for XML Processing (JAXP)
Uses for JAXP
JAXP Implementations
Processing XML with SAX
Processing XML with DOM
XSL Stylesheets: An Overview
Transforming with XSLT
Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB)
Data Binding Generation
Marshalling XML
Unmarshalling Java
Other Callback Methods
Sample Code for XML Binding
XML Messaging Using JAXM and SAAJ
The Role of JAXM in Web Services
JAXM Application Architecture
JAXM Messaging: Interaction Patterns
JAXM API Programming Model
javax.xml.soap (SAAJ 1.1 APIs)
Basic Programming Steps for Using JAXM
Using a JAXM Provider
Using JAXM without a Provider (Using SOAPConnection)
JAXM Deployment Model
Deploying JAXM-Based Applications in JWSDP 1.0
Configuring JAXM Applications Using a JAXM Provider
Configuring a Client
Configuring a Provider
Developing JAXM-Based Web Services
Point-to-Point Messaging Using JAXM (SOAPConnection)
Asynchronous Messaging Using the JAXM Provider
JAXM Interoperability
JAXM in J2EE 1.4
Building RPC Web Services with JAX-RPC
The Role of JAX-RPC in Web Services
Comparing JAX-RPC with JAXM
JAX-RPC Application Architecture
JAX-RPC APIs and Implementation Model
JAX-RPC-Based Service Implementation
JAX-RPC-Based Client Implementation
JAX-RPC-Supported Java/XML Mappings
Java/WSDL Definition Mappings
Developing JAX-RPC-Based Web Services
Creating a JAX-RPC-Based Service (BookPriceService)
Developing JAX-RPC Clients (BookPriceServiceClient)
JAX-RPC in J2EE 1.4
JAX-RPC Interoperability
Java API for XML Registries
Introduction to JAXR
JAXR Architecture
JAXR Architectural Components
JAXR Capabilities and Capability Profiles
The JAXR Programming Model
JAXR Information Model
Classes and Interfaces
Classification of Registry Objects
Association of Registry Objects
JAXR Registry Services API
Connection Management API
Life Cycle Management API
Query Management API
JAXR Support in JWSDP 1.0
Registry Server
Registry Browser
Understanding JAXR by Examples
Publishing Using JAXR
Querying Using JAXR
Deleting Information Using JAXR
Using the Java Web Services Developer Pack: Case Study
Case Study Overview
The Roles of Service Provider, Requestor, and Registry
Important Components and Entities
Case Study Architecture
Design of Components
Provider Environment
Designing the Publishing and Discovery Classes
Designing the Service Requestor Environment (
Developing the Service Environment
Developing the Service Requestor Environment
Setting Up the JWSDP Environment
Service Provider Runtime Infrastructure (
Service Registry Infrastructure
Service Requestor Runtime Infrastructure (
Executing a Scenario
Security in Web Services
Web Services Security
Challenges of Securing Web Services
Technologies behind Securing Web Services
Rapid-Fire Cryptography
XML Encryption
What XML Encryption Is
Implementations of XML Encryption
XML Encryption
Encrypting [left angle bracket]Accounts[right angle bracket] XML Element
Decrypting the [left angle bracket]Accounts[right angle bracket] XML Element
Programming Steps for Encryption and Decryption
XML Signatures
Types of XML Signatures
XML Signature Syntax
Implementations of XML Signature
XML Signature: An Example
XML Key Management Specification (XKMS)
XKMS Components
XKMS Implementations
XML Key Information Service Specification (X-KISS)
XML Key Registration Service Specification (X-KRSS)
Security Assertions Markup Language (SAML)
SAML Implementations
SAML Architecture
Authentication Assertion
Attribute Assertion
Authorization (Decision) Assertion
SAML Bindings and Protocols
Model of Producers and Consumers of SAML Assertions
Single Sign-On Using SAML
XML Access Control Markup Language (XACML)
Architecture of an XML Access Control System
Web Services Strategies and Solutions
Introduction to Sun ONE
The Vision behind Sun ONE
Delivering Services on Demand (SoD)
Web Applications
Web Services
Web Clients
Sun ONE Architecture
Sun ONE Service Layers
Sun ONE Standards and Technologies
Sun ONE Product Stack: Integrated versus Integrate-able
Further Reading