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

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Web Services and EAI - Partners or Rivals?
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Sat, Jun 15, 2002
Web Services and EAI are two fully complementary notions: each enriches the other, but they are not mutually exclusive, since Web Services can be seen as a technical means of implementing loosely-coupled EAI. The functional scope of each notion is quite different. Web Services pinpoint a specific focus area, while EAI addresses a much wider range of issues.
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XSLT in MSXML
Category: General
Date: Thu, May 2, 2002
Microsoft introduced full XSLT 1.0 support in MSXML 3.0. However, earlier versions of MSXML are not XSLT 1.0 conformant (far from it) but instead support an early draft of XSLT known as WD-xsl. Even if you have the most recent MSXML 4.0 version installed, you may get a nonconforming version of XSLT by default. It all depends on both what versions of MSXML you have installed and how they are configured. This article explains this situation and how to utilize the XSLT 1.0 conformant processor in MSXML. It also examines the advanced classes that make XSLT efficient to use in ASP applications and middle tier technology.

Author: Stuart Celarier, Fern Creek Corporation
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The XML Web
Category: General
Date: Sun, Apr 14, 2002
Amazon.com, the biggest online bookstore on the earth, recently announced the XML integration API to allow their associates to build targeted, customized Amazon placements.

Google.com, the world's best search engine, recently announced the SOAP-based Web API to search the Web, request a spell correction, or to request a cached Web page.

In this article, we look at above two example to illustrate how the HTML Web is moving towards XML Web.
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XML Unlocks Information: How XML Accommodates Human-Authored Content
Category: General
Date: Thu, Apr 4, 2002
Widespread adoption of XML technology depends on DTD and schema designs that provide a structure convenient for humans. In other words, people will use XML only if it is easy and solves a problem.

XML may solve database problems by providing a common format to exchange data. But databases have been around for a long time, and most database problems have been solved. XML may improve B2B commercial transactions, although B2B is not new either--standards like EDI have been in use for some time. XML may also be beneficial for mathematical equations, CAD-CAM, UML (software design and modeling), and other graphically oriented content.

Managing semi-structured content for multiple audiences across multiple media (for example, the web, text-enabled handheld wireless devices, and print) is a new problem. Because of its unique design, XML is perfect for managing such content.
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Features of Apache SOAP 2.2
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Fri, Mar 15, 2002
Apache Soap is an Apache project which defines the SOAP protocol in Java. This project is based on the source of IBM's SOAP application, SOAP 4J. The latest version of this implementation, dated May 30, 2001, is version 2.2 of the project.

Apache SOAP 2.2 defines almost all of the SOAP1.1 note, in the same way as the whole "SOAP Messages with Attachments" Note from the W3C.

This article discusses the features of Apache SOAP 2.2
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Visual Basic Developer's Guide to SOAP
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Thu, Mar 7, 2002
The main aim of this article is to give the Visual Basic programmers a brief introduction to SOAP and Web services. The article talks about how Microsoft SOAP toolkit can be used to easily create the SOAP client and server applications in Visual Basic. Also it illustrates using MSXML to quickly build a Web services client.
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Importing XML into SQL Server 2000
Category: SQL Server and XML
Date: Sun, Feb 24, 2002
One of the frequently asked questions on SQL Server newsgroups is "How to import XML data into SQL Server 2000?" There are various ways in which XML data can be imported into SQL Server 2000 database tables. In this article, we'll look at some of these options.
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XML Web Services and Mobile Web Clients
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Fri, Feb 8, 2002
Read the extract from the book Building .NET Applications for Mobile Devices by Andy Wigley and Peter Roxburgh (Microsoft Press, 2002, ISBN: 0-7356-1352-2).
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Microsoft & Web Services (SOAP)
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Thu, Jan 24, 2002
In this article, we'll look at SOAP and Web services support in various Microsoft products. We'll create Web services using .NET Framework, SOAP Toolkit, and SQLXML 3.0. Next, we'll look at writing Web services clients using C#, Microsoft SOAP Toolkit, Office XP Web Services Toolkit, and MSXML.
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Web Services Application Support: Managing the moving parts that are out of our control.
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Thu, Dec 13, 2001
No doubt, Web services is a giant leap forward towards achieving cross-enterprise application interoperability. Organizations across the board are taking stock of their core competencies and building service-based interfaces in the hopes of reducing operating costs or of unlocking latent value. But all is not joyous in Mudville as Web services consumers start to confront the realities of application support in a world where service components originate outside their enterprise.
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