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home » info bank » Articles and Tutorials Tue, Oct 30, 2007
Articles and Tutorials

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Writing Web Services Client Applications using Visual C++
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Sun, Feb 2, 2003
This article illustrates writing XML Web Services client applications in Visual C++, using Microsoft XML Core Services (or MSXML), Microsoft SOAP Toolkit Version 3, and PocketSOAP.
  • The first example uses the MSXML XMLHTTP component to invoke a Web Service written using Apache SOAP.

  • The second example uses the MSXML ServerXMLHTTP component to invoke a Web Service written using (ASP).NET. This example illustrates calling a Web Service using HTTP GET, HTTP POST, and SOAP.

  • The third example uses Microsoft SOAP Toolkit Version 3 high-level API to invoke a Web Service written using GLUE.

  • The fourth example uses Microsoft SOAP Toolkit Version 3 low-level API to invoke a Web Service written using (ASP).NET.

  • The fifth, and final, C++ sample application illustrates using PocketSOAP to call a .NET Web Service.

All the sample applications in this article are Win32 console applications written using C++ and created using Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0.
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XML/Web Services 100 Interview Questions - Part 2 of 5
Category: General
Date: Tue, Jan 21, 2003
Preparing for an interview? Or just want to refresh your XML skills? Here are 100 questions on XML and related technologies.

The Part I in this series presented 20 questions to assess the basic concepts. Now, the Part II focuses on XML implementation questions specific to Microsoft platform. In part III we'll highlight 20 Java XML questions, part IV on Web services concepts, and finally part V on some advanced design/implementation questions.
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XML/Web Services 100 Interview Questions - Part 1 of 5
Category: General
Date: Tue, Dec 31, 2002
Preparing for an interview? Or just want to refresh your XML skills? Here are 100 questions on XML and related technologies. This first part presents 20 questions to assess the basic concepts. Part II would focus on XML implementation questions specific to Microsoft platform, part III on Java XML, part IV on Web services concepts, and finally part V on some advanced design/implementation questions.
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XSLT On Client Side
Category: General
Date: Fri, Dec 27, 2002
This article shows how to use XSLT on the client side to transform XML into HTML. More specifically, we'll look at the following examples:
  1. Associating Stylesheets with XML documents
  2. Simplified Syntax for XSLT Stylesheet
  3. Using JScript to Apply the Transformation
  4. XML Data Islands and XSLT
  5. Visual Basic .NET Client Application and XSLT
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XML & Web Services Support in Crystal Reports 9 - Part I
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Thu, Dec 12, 2002
In this two-part article series, we'll explore the XML and Web services features available in Crystal Reports 9.

The first part will show you how to create a new report from a relational database, by running a stored procedure, then publish the report as a XML Web service, and finally use this report Web service from Windows and Web client applications.

In the second part, we'll look at using XML to generate reports and getting XML from the existing database reports.
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XML & Web Services for Microsoft Developers Part I
Category: General
Date: Fri, Nov 29, 2002
More and more developers are using XML in their applications. Both, Web and desktop application developers are exploring the new possibilities made available by XML and Web services. Various Microsoft products, such as SQL Server 2000 and .NET, natively support XML, and various toolkits, such as MSXML, SQLXML and SOAP Toolkit simplify working with XML. In this two-part tutorial you'll learn about XML offerings available for Microsoft-platform developers.
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Web Services Solutions Directory
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Fri, Nov 29, 2002
A comprehensive listing of XML Web services tool vendors and their product offerings.
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100 XML Acronyms
Category: General
Date: Thu, Nov 7, 2002
The popularity of XML can be gauged by the number of acronyms created around it! PerfectXML team has compiled a list of 100 such acronyms that relate to XML family in some way. Be sure to bookmark this page and visit it anytime you see an acronym and can't remember its full form or want to get more details on it!
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XML for Web Developers in 500 words or less!
Category: General
Date: Fri, Nov 1, 2002
Recently, Andrew Watt (author of the book Sams Teach Yourself XML in 10 Minutes) started an interesting discussion thread on XML-DEV mailing list. The topic was to describe XML in 500 words or less to an "ordinary" Web developer (who has no formal Computer Science training).
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Making Sense of Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME)
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Wed, Oct 30, 2002
DIME addresses the difficulties involved in embedding binary data into XML documents. DIME is a specification submitted by Microsoft and IBM to IETF, and it defines a lightweight, binary message format that can be used to encapsulate one or more application-defined payloads of arbitrary type and size into a single message construct. Using DIME, a Web service could combine text, image, and video in a single message. In this article, we'll look at an example of generating a DIME message and then parsing it. The example makes use of DIME Generator and Parser C# classes that I have written.

Article by: Matt Long (mlong@phalanxsys.com), Phalanx Systems, LLC.

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