Programming .NET Web Services (häftad)
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O'Reilly Media, Inc, USA
MacDonald, Matthew
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Programming .NET Web Services (häftad)

Programming .NET Web Services

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Web services are poised to become a key technology for a wide range of Internet-enabled applications, spanning everything from straight B2B systems to mobile devices and proprietary in-house software. While there are several tools and platforms that can be used for building web services, developers are finding a powerful tool in Microsoft's .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET. Designed from scratch to support the development of web services, the .NET Framework simplifies the process--programmers find that tasks that took an hour using the SOAP Toolkit take just minutes. Programming .NET Web Services is a comprehensive tutorial that teaches you the skills needed to develop web services hosted on the .NET platform. Written for experienced programmers, this book takes you beyond the obvious functionality of ASP.NET or Visual Studio .NET to give you a solid foundation in the building blocks of web services, and leads you step-by-step through the process of creating your own. Beginning with a close look at the underlying technologies of web services, including the benefits and limitations, Programming .NET Web Services discusses the unique features of the .N ET Framework that make creating web services easier, including the Common Language Runtime (CLR) and the namespaces used in .NET programming. Filled with numerous code examples using the C# language, the book leads you through some of the more challenging issues of web services development, including the use of proxies, marshalling of complex data types, state management, security, performance tuning and cross-platform implementation. The book also covers: * Creating and publishing your first web service * The UDDI project, tModels and what they mean for web service publishers Securing web service applications Written for programmers who are familiar with the .NET Framework and interested in building industrial-strength web services, Programming .NET Web Services is full of practical information and good old-fashioned advice.
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Alex Ferrara is Chief Technology Officer at U-Inspire, a provider of on-line business training and motivational services, and head of Boston Technical, a consulting arm of U-Inspire that specializes in .NET application development. Matthew MacDonald is President of ProseTech, a software documentation consultancy, and a project manager at VoiceIQ (, a provider of software for interactive voice-enabled applications and services. Matthew is a co-author of the ASP.NET in a Nutshell (O'Reilly), and a contributor to the C SHARP in a Nutshell (O'Reilly) API reference.


Preface 1. Understanding Web Services Why Web Services? The Origin of Web Services The .NET Web Service Architecture Competing Web Service Technologies Other Technologies 2. Creating ASP.NET Web Services Creating a Web Service: "Hello, World" The WebService Attribute The WebMethod Attribute Deploying a Web Service Using the .NET Compilers 3. Consuming Web Services The Web Service Consumer Model Accessing Web Services: HTTP Exposing Web Services: WSDL Calling Web Services: the Client Proxy Creating a Client Proxy Working with the Proxy Class Consuming a Web Site Using a Screen Scraper Service 4. Working with Data Types Working with Simple Data Types Working with Complex Data Types Using Complex Data Types as Arguments Passing Data with DataSets Using Binary Data 5. Managing State The Great State Debate State Management Scenarios ASP.NET's Session State Facility Session State Configuration Example: Managing Session State Application State Custom Cookies Stateless Web Services and Tickets SOAP Headers 6. Asynchronous Services Asynchronous Consumption Asynchronous Services 7. Caching and Profiling ASP.NET Caching Simple Output Caching Data Caching Cache Dependencies Replacing Stateful Design with Caching Profiling Your Web Service 8. Debugging, Tracing, and Logging Debugging in Visual Studio .NET Using Exceptions Logging Errors with .NET SOAP Extensions Advanced SOAP Extensions 9. Security and Authentication Potential Vulnerabilities Web Service Authentication IIS Security Features ASP.NET Security Programmatic Security Custom Authentication Techniques Process Security 10. Publishing and Discovery Publishing UDDI UDDI Business Registries Registering a Business Entity WSDL and UDDI Visual Studio .NET and UDDI UDDI Messaging UDDI Access with .NET The WS-Inspection Alternative Customizing the IE Test Page 11. Interoperability State of the Specifications Implementation Differences SOAP Interoperability WSDL Interoperability HTTP Interoperability and M-Post Known Interoperability Problems Maximizing Interoperability A. Namespace Quick Reference B. Web Service Technologies Index