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Preface Part I. Introduction to Web Services 1. Introduction Introduction to Web Services Web Service Architecture XML Messaging Service Description: WSDL Service Discovery: UDDI Service Transport Security Considerations All Together Now Standards and Coherence Part II. XML-RPC 2. XML-RPC Essentials XML-RPC Overview Why XML-RPC? XML-RPC Technical Overview Developing with XML-RPC Beyond Simple Calls Part III. SOAP 3. SOAP Essentials SOAP 101 The SOAP Message SOAP Encoding SOAP via HTTP SOAP and the W3C SOAP Implementations 4. Apache SOAP Quick Start Installing Apache SOAP Hello, SOAP! Deploying SOAP Services The TcpTunnelGui Tool Web Resources 5. Programming Apache SOAP Working with Arrays Working with JavaBeans Working with Literal XML Documents Handling SOAP Faults Maintaining Session State Part IV. WSDL 6. WSDL Essentials The WSDL Specification Basic WSDL Example: HelloService.wsdl WSDL Invocation Tools, Part I Basic WSDL Example: XMethods eBay Price Watcher Service WSDL Invocation Tools, Part II Automatically Generating WSDL Files XML Schema Data Typing Part V. UDDI 7. UDDI Essentials Introduction to UDDI Why UDDI? UDDI Technical Overview UDDI Data Model Searching UDDI Publishing to UDDI UDDI Implementations Web Resources 8. UDDI Inquiry API: Quick Reference The UDDI Inquiry API 9. UDDI 4J Getting Started Finding and Retrieving UDDI Data Publishing UDDI Data UDDI4J Quick Reference API Glossary Index

About the Author

Ethan Cerami is a Software Engineer at the Institute for Computational Biomedicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and an Adjunct Faculty at NYU's Department of Computer Science. He is also the author of Delivering Push (McGraw-Hill, 1998) and co-author with Simon St. Laurent of Building XML Applications (McGraw-Hill, 2000).

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"This book is not supposed to be a thorough guide to RPC using XML... however, if you're just getting started creating apps which interact with a remote server over HTTP, using any of the languages, then it gets you started with the fundamentals without confusion or jumping in too deeply without sufficient background knowledge of the procedures used." Verdict: Useful coverage of many aspects of XML service creation if you're unfamiliar with many of the languages. 8/10 Linux Format, August 2002 "This book as a whole covers its material as you would expect. If you are wanting an introduction to creating web services, then it is a good place to start. It assumes a familiarity with Java and XML, and these are covered comprehensively elsewhere in the O'Reilly stable. Overall, it is a solid introduction to web services." Joel Smith, news@UK, December 2002

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