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Building Web Services with Java Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI

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ISBN-10: 0672321815

ISBN-13: 9780672321818

Edition: 2002

Authors: Daniels, Steve Graham

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Illustrating both the new aspects of the Web Services paradigm and the ways in which the new model augments existing systems, this text details the design and implementation of a production-quality Web Services solution.
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List price: $49.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Sams
Publication date: 12/12/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 600
Size: 7.44" wide x 9.13" long x 1.30" tall
Weight: 2.178
Language: English

Introduction
Web Services Overview
What Is a Web Service?
Business Perspective
Technical Perspective
The Web Service Opportunity
Enterprise Application Integration
B2B
Trends in e-business
Why Do We Need a Web Services Approach?
Scoping the Problem
Core Technologies
Industry Dynamics
Service-Oriented Architectures
Web Services Interoperability Stacks
The Wire Stack
The Description Stack
The Discovery Stack
Putting Together the Interoperability Stacks
Summary
XML Primer
Origins of XML
Document- Versus Data-Centric XML
Document-Centic XML
Data-Centric XML
Document Lifetime
XML Instances
Document Prolog
Elements
Attributes
Character Data
A Simpler Purchase Order
XML Namespaces
Namespace Mechanism
Namespace Syntax
Namespace-Prefixed Attributes
Document Type Definitions
Well-Formedness and Validity
Document Structure
Are DTDs Enough?
XML Schemas
XML Schema Basics
Associating Schemas with Documents
Simple Types
Complex types
The Purchase Order Schema
Basic Schema Reusability
Advanced Schema Reusability
There's More
Processing XML
Basic Operations
Data-Oriented XML Processing
SAX-based checkInvoice
DOM-based checkInvoice
Testing the Code
Summary
Resources
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
Evolution of XML Protocols
First-Generation XML Protocols
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
The Making of SOAP
What Should SOAP Do?
What Is SOAP, Really?
Doing Business with Skates Town
Interacting with the Inventory System
Inventory Check Web Service
Choosing a Web Service Engine
Service Provider View
Service Requestor View
Putting the Service to the Test
SOAP on the Wire
SOAP Envelope Framework
SOAP Envelope
SOAP Versioning
SOAP Headers
SOAP Body
Taking Advantage of SOAP Extensibility
Service Requestor View
Service Provider View
Putting the Service to the Test
SOAP on the Wire
SOAP Intermediaries
The Need for Intermediaries
Intermediaries in SOAP
Putting It All Together
Error Handling in SOAP
SOAP Message Processing
SOAP Data Encoding
Specifying Different Encodings
SOAP Data Encoding Rules
Choosing a Data Encoding
Architecting Distributed Systems with Web Services
Messaging
Messaging Versus RPC
SOAP-based RPCs
Purchase Order Submission Web Service
Purchase Order and Invoice Schemas
Service Requestor View
Service Provider View
Putting the Service to the Test
SOAP on the Wire
SOAP Protocol Bindings
General Considerations
HTTP/S
SOAP Messages with Attachments
SOAP over SMTP
Other Protocols
Summary
The Road Ahead
Resources
Creating Web Services
Why and What Is Axis?
The Axis Architecture
Axis Components
Locating the Service Chain
XML Parsing
Installing Axis
Configuring Axis
Configuration Methods
Security
Simple Web Services
Client-Side Programming
Advanced Web Service Deployment
Document-Centric Services
Data Encoding/Decoding
Building Handlers
Specialized Pivot Point Handlers, a.k.a. Providers
Faults
Message Patterns
Building and Deploying an Intermediary
SOAP V 1.2
Monitoring
Summary
Using SOAP for e-Business
Web Services Security
Example Scenario
SSL and HTTP Basic Authentication
Digital Signature
XML Encryption
Notary Service
Authorization
Security Assertions
Public Key Infrastructure and Key Management
How to Get Started with Security
Enterprise Application Integration
SOAP Server Based on J2EE
Transaction Processing
ACID and Two-Phase Commit
Reliable Messaging
J2EE Security Model
Quality of Service
Enterprise SOAP Server
High Availability
System Management
Enterprise Security
Summary
Resources
Describing Web Services
Why Service Descriptions?
Role of Service Description in a Service-Oriented Architecture
Well Defined Service
Functional Description
Non-Functional Description
Aggregation/Orchestration Description
Stack Summary
History of IDLs
Web Services Definition Language (WSDL)
WSDL Information Model
Elements of the WSDL Language
PortType
Operation
Message
Binding
Port
Service
Definitions
Documentation
Conventional Use of the Import Element
WSDL Extension Mechanism
WSDL and Java
Deriving Code from WSDL
Deriving WSDL from Code
Future Service Description Efforts
Web Services Endpoint Language (WSEL)
Web Services Flow Language (WSFL)
Summary
Discovering Web Services
The Role of Service Discovery
The Role of Registries
Service Discovery at Design Time and Runtime
Multiple Mechanisms of Service Discovery
Scenario Updates
UDDI
The UDDI Usage Model
The UDDI tModel Concept
Publishing Business Information to a UDDI Registry
Publishing Service Information to a UDDI Registry
Finding Information in a UDDI Registry
Getting Business and Service Details from a UDDI Registry
Summarizing UDDI Version 1.0
Private UDDI Registries
Why Would a Company Host a Private UDDI Registry?
Five Types of Private UDDI
What's New in UDDI Version 2.0?
Overview of Changes in UDDI V2.0
Third-Party Taxonomies
Modeling Relationships between businessEntity Entries
Changes to the Inquiry API
Changes to the Publication API
Miscellaneous Changes
Using WSDL with UDDI
Saving a UDDI businessService Based on WSDL
More Complex WSDL and Corresponding UDDI Entries
Putting It All Together: WSDL-Based UDDI and Dynamic Find
Summary
Interoperability, Tools, and Middleware Products
Interoperability: The "Holy Grail" of Web Services
The Soapbuilders Community
The Interoperability Lab
The W3C: The Emergence of a Standardized SOAP
The Larger Web Services Landscape
Who's Building SOAP Systems?
Other Languages and Environments
SOAP::Lite--Web Services in Perl
The .NET Web Service World: A Brief Primer
GLUE: Another Take on Java Web Services
Summary
Resources
Future Concepts
Computing as a Utility
Web Services Everywhere: The Vision
Ontologies and the Semantic Web
Resource Description Framework
Ontologies
Relating RDF to Web Services
Software Agents
Relating Software Agents to Web Services
Peer-to-Peer Computing
Relating Peer Computing to Web Services
Grid Computing
Relating Grid Computing to Web Services
Embedded Web Services
Pulling It All Together
Resources
Glossary
Index