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More than a complete and concise Web services reference, this essential guide is the way for J2EE developers to quickly master Web services architecture and development.
By concentrating on the core technologies endorsed by the WS-I, it clearly explains why Web services will succeed in realizing the interoperability promise where previous attempts have failed.
Monson-Haefel has created another classic with this volume. Developers will find this book to be a very valuable reference. This book is the first to fully cover the WS-I 1. Web services are revolutionizing the way enterprises conduct business, as they allow disparate applications to communicate and exchange business data.
But how do you make sense of the sea of acronyms in this emerging area? In short, this accessible reference will give Java developers the tools they need to use J2EE technologies and APIs to integrate both enterprise applications and Web-based applications. Skip to main content. Start your free trial. Show and hide more. Table of Contents Product Information. What Does This Book Cover? How Is This Book Organized? What Doesn't This Book Cover? An Overview of J2EE 1. The J2EE Platform 1.
The Technologies of Web Services 1. WS-I Basic Profile 1. XML 1. SOAP 1. WSDL 1. UDDI 1. SAAJ 1. JAXR 1. JAXP 1. Wrapping Up I.
XML 2. XML Basics 2. XML Primer 2. XML Document Instance 2. Anatomy of an XML Document 2. XML Declaration 2. Elements 2. Attributes 2. Comments 2. Processing XML Documents 2. XML Namespaces 2. An Example of Using Namespaces 2. Default Namespaces, Prefixes, and Qualified Names 2. Wrapping Up 3. XML Schema Basics 3. Simple Types 3.
Complex Types 3. Sequences of Elements 3. Attributes 3. Occurrence Constraints 3. The all Element 3. Declaring Global Elements in a Schema 3. Qualified and Unqualified Elements 3. Assigning and Locating Schemas 3. Advanced XML Schema 3. Inheritance of Complex Types 3. Extension 3. Restriction 3. Polymorphism and Abstract Base Types 3. Abstract and Final Complex Types 3. Inheritance of Simple Types 3. The pattern Facet 3. The enumeration Facet 3.
List and Union Types 3. List Types 3. Union Types 3. Anonymous Types 3. Importing and Including Schemas 3. Importing 3. Including 3. Wrapping Up II. SOAP 4. SOAP Namespaces 4. SOAP Headers 4. The actor Attribute 4. The mustUnderstand Attribute 4. Final Words about Headers 4. Messaging Modes versus Messaging Exchange Patterns 4. Other Messaging Modes 4. SOAP Faults 4.
The faultcode Element 4. The Client Fault 4. The Server Fault 4. The VersionMismatch Fault 4. The MustUnderstand Fault 4. The faultstring Element 4. The faultactor Element 4. The detail Element 4. Processing Header Faults: Omitting the detail Element 4. Final Words about Faults 4. Success Codes 4. Error Codes 4. Wrapping Up 5. WSDL 5. The XML Declaration 5. The definitions Element 5. The types Element 5. The import Element 5. The message Element 5. Declaring Fault Messages 5. The portType Element 5.
The operation Element 5.
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