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Explains how to use the Sun open network environment (ONE) to build Java-based web services. The bulk of the guide introduces techniques and technologies for programming on the Java 2 enterprise edition platform, with tutorials on directory services, XML, SOAP, and WSDL. A sample web services system for a third-world charity illustrates the development process. The book shows Hungry Minds as the publisher, but that company is now part of Wiley.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
This is your practical guide to creating smart web applications and services using the Sun ONE (Open Net Environment) platform. It provides the architectural roadmap for user context-aware web applications and a thorough review of the technologies that can be used to implement the next generation of intelligent user-centered applications.
Programmers and developers will understand the Java technologies that support the Sun ONE platform as well as see the design and implementation of a complete web application based on multiple web services. Book topics include comparison of Sun ONE platform with Microsoft .NET and CORBA Coverage includes JNDI and LDAP, understanding WSDL (web services description language), selection of Java application servers, usage of artificial intelligence in building web services, and more!
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THE SUN ONE SERVICES ARE BUILT on a foundation of open standards. Read the first page Statistically Improbable Phrases (SIPs): (learn more)
user modeling classes, human purchasing agent, polite spider, electronic payment order, research agent, reference platform, trust management system, trust entry, demo system, context lookup, message factory, resource adapters, local stub, client side stub, ear files, queue connection, trust rating, servlet container, guaranteed message delivery, message delivery system, inner class, home interface, return ret, work thread, naming context Capitalized Phrases (CAPs): (learn more)
Background Technologies, Building Next-Generation Web Services, Sample Web Service Application, Creating Next-Generation Web Services, Implementing the Sample Web Services Application, Enhydra Enterprise, Sun Microsystems, Apache Tomcat, Administration Tool, John Smith, World Fact Book Web, Java Message Service, Apache Web, Java Virtual Machine, Reference Platform Sun, Standard Edition, Java Server Pages, Enterprise Edition, Simple Object Access Protocol, Micro Edition Wireless Development Kit, Microsoft Hellas, Sun's Web, Test Drive, Enterprise Information Systems, Java Community Process New!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:This book clearly explains Web Services all about, May 1, 2002
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