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

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The Rise of Web Services: Completing the Picture
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Fri, Feb 2, 2001
We've made it - the whole concept of Web Service is taking off. Certain companies have already taken the plunge and have joined support and development groups in an effort to standardize Web Service Description Languages, while others are concentrating on hosting and referencing primary services. Here's how XML, SOAP and, more recently, UDDI and WSDL are making this possible.
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MSXML with Internet Explorer 4.0
Category: MSXML
Date: Mon, Jan 1, 2001
Microsoft certainly did a good job with version 3.0 of their XML Parser, with complete implementation of XSLT & XPath W3C specifications, improved SAX2, DOM and namespace support, Server-safe HTTP access, quite a few bug fixes and performance improvements. But what if the 'minimum requirements' for your product(s) specifies Internet Explorer 4.0 and you need to deal with XML Parsing? Don't go and tell your manager that you'll need 10 days more to write & test XML Parser yourself!

Darshan Singh talks about using MSXML 1.0 with the help of C++ and JScript sample programs.
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'Hello World' using Microsoft SOAP Toolkit
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Mon, Jan 1, 2001
A step-by-step guide to build 'Hello World' Web service and client using Microsoft SOAP Toolkit.
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MSXML 3.0 Illustrated
Category: MSXML
Date: Mon, Jan 1, 2001
XML is becoming more and more popular, so are it's surrounding technologies like XSLT, SOAP, etc. Microsoft is doing good job keeping up with the standards and it was proved when MSXML 3.0 was released in November last year. MSXML 3.0 Web release is a perfect DOM based XML parser, with SAX 2.0 support, full implementation of XSLT/XPath specifications, and more. In this article, we'll take a practical approach, write an example for each and learn how MSXML 3.0 supports these standards.
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XML for Absolute Beginner - A Short Tutorial
Category: General
Date: Mon, Jan 1, 2001
If you are absolutely new to XML world, here is a short tutorial that is written to explain what XML is and how it helps solve real-life computing problems.
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XML & Binary Data (updated to use MSXML 4.0) (2/10/2002)
Category: MSXML
Date: Mon, Jan 1, 2001
XML solves varieties of problems. Keep in mind that XML is not only for web. It can be used for virtually any kind of application - depends on your imagination. It's best suited to pass data across machines running different platform/operating system, because everybody understands plain text. But what if, part of your document is not text; it is binary, for instance, an image? Does XML answer this question? The answer is yes, and in this article I'll show you how to pass binary data as part of XML document and we will learn this by passing a signature image file associated with each bank account, as an example.
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Wireless Apps: The Reality Today
Category: Wireless XML
Date: Mon, Jan 1, 2001
Wireless has been a buzzword for a little over a year now. In this short time, it has seen some of the industry's greatest technological progress (Wireless IP) and its most dramatic marketing flops (WAP over GSM), some of the biggest public crazes (i-Mode) and most crashing disappointments (WAP, again…). But it is still the word on everybody's lips today, and technologies like UMTS and GPRS look set to catapult Wireless into all our daily lives.

This article has three main aims: To give an insight into current wireless architectures using a specific example, to present the ideal future solutions, and to set down the factors that turn a wireless application into a real value-adder for an information system.
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SOAP Interoperability with Microsoft and Apache Toolkits - A step by step guide
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Mon, Jan 1, 2001
Abhishek Srivastava begins an interesting series of articles on SOAP Interoperability. The first article illustrates building a SOAP Web service using Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 and Microsoft SOAP Toolkit. And then accessing the service from a Java client application that uses Apache SOAP Toolkit 2.1.
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Web Services Solutions: Servers, Frameworks and IDEs
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Mon, Jan 1, 2001
Most companies already have numerous intranet applications, often built with different technologies. When building a corporate intranet, integrating existing applications is always challenging. And this is where Web Services can help, because some of the technical issues (such as security) are easier to deal with when you are inside the corporate network. In order to help you figure out what type of solutions you could use and what products you can buy to implement Web Services, TechMetrix Research is launching its "Web Services Servers and Tools Directory", the first resource referencing key solutions with actionable information.
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Web Services, Business Objects and Component Models
Category: SOAP and Web Services
Date: Sat, Jan 1, 2000
Web services technologies such as SOAP, UDDI and WSDL will facilitate inter-enterprise cooperation on the Internet. Using Web services, your information system will be able to communicate much more easily with your partners' information system than in the past. This leads to an important question: what technology should be used for implementing Web services themselves? The general trend is to use top-level approaches which combine workflow and object modeling. This combination of Web services and a dynamic object approach is shaking up standard business component models i.e. EJB, COM and CORBA. New, more suitable technologies are emerging.
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