This book will introduce the reader to SOAP and serve as a comprehensive reference to both experienced and new developers in the area. Only one other book completely dedicated to SOAP is currently on the market, and it has strong sales because no other information is available. SE Using SOAP will capture more readers than the competition because it provides real-world examples and troubleshooting with complete data conversion information. The emphasis will be on getting started fast instead of reading through white paper-style theory in hopes of finding applicable information. By reading this book and working through the examples, the reader will be well versed in SOAP and its applications immediately. SE Using SOAP includes difficult to find information on how SOAP works with different languages and protocols including Visual Basic.NET, Visual Basic 6, C#, XML, HTTP, SDL, DISCO, COM, SQL Server, plus much more. Also covers how to work with PDAs, an ever-growing need in the data transfer market.
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What's in this Book.
What You'll Need.
Equipment and Conventions Used.
What is SOAP?
How SOAP Differs from DCOM and CORBA.
SOAP, HTTP, and XML.
Problems Solved Using SOAP.
Performance Issues with SOAP.
SOAP and the Web Server.
Why Make the Move to SOAP?
Dissecting the SOAP Message.
Using SOAP with Current Code.
Discovering SOAP Services (DISCO, WSDL, UDDI).
Putting Everything Together.
Using SOAP to Move Data.
Understanding SOAP Attachments.
Understanding SOAP Privacy and Security Issues.
Security Standards You Should Know About.
User Identification Issues.
Where Do You Go from Here?
Overview of Microsoft's SOAP Toolkit.
Overview of Application.
Shortcuts for Creating SOAP Applications.
Understanding Namespaces, the Short Version.
Creating the Server Side Code.
Creating the Client Code.
Testing the SOAP application.
Handling SOAP errors.
Performance Concerns for All Applications.
SOAP Application Conversion Prerequisites.
Overview of the Conversion Process.
Deciding Which Appl Modules to Change.
Avoiding Protocol Problems in Modified Apps.
Integrating New Modules with Existing Application Elements.
Implementing SOAP with COM Language Binding.
Updating a Simple Utility Program.
Updating a Data Viewer.
Updating a Complete Database Application.
Modified Application Concerns: Reliability, Security, Performance.