Learn to create, expose, and create Web Services through detailed examples. The reader will be able to create a scalable, secure, enterprise class Web Service and deploy it to a .NET server environment. Shows how to expose existing COM and COM+ objects as Web Services. Readers will be able to create management tools for business analysts and system operators to monitor and manage the Web Service. This book will serve as both an introductory title and an in-depth reference that will grow with the reader as they begin to create their own Web Services. They will come to understand what Web Services are, where they fit into the 'big picture' and will have many coding examples to choose from within the first five chapters. As they begin to qget seriousq about developing enterprise level Web Services, they will be able to refer back to the detailed information about the classes that implement Web Services and come to a deeper understanding of what is happening behind the scenes. Robert Tabor is a Microsoft Certified Professional in Visual Basic with over six years of experience developing n-tier Microsoft-centric applications for some of the world's most prestigious companies and consulting organizations such as Ernst a Young, KPMG, Cambridge Technology Partners, Sprint, American Heart Association, and Mary Kay, Incorporated. Bob regularly writes articles for SOAPWebServices.com, a site that explores the business and technical issues surrounding SOAP, Web Services, BizTalk, and Microsoft .NET. He is currently working on initiatives within Mary Kay of how to utilize .NET within their e-business group.Note In the following code examples, the Visual Studio .NET IDE generates more code than usual because of the number of Windows controls added to the designer surface. Therefore, to spare you from code that is not germane to thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Microsoft.NET XML Web Services|
|Publisher||:||Sams Publishing - 2002|