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Visual Basic.NET XML Web Services Developer's Guide

XML Security

Building Web Services and .NET Applications

BizTalk Server 2000 Developer's Guide

BizTalk Server 2000: The Complete Reference

BizTalk Server 2000: A Beginner's Guide

Python: The Complete Reference

JSP: The Complete Reference

HTML: The Complete Reference, Third Edition

XML: The Complete Reference

XML: A Beginner's Guide

SQL Server 2000 Developer's Guide

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Visual Basic.NET XML Web Services Developers Guide
Visual Basic.NET XML Web Services Developer's Guide
Roger Jennings
Your Professional Resource for Developing XML Web Services

Take XML Web services beyond commonplace uses to the realm of production-grade, data-intensive enterprise application integration and Web commerce projects. Use SOAP and WSDL standards and the .NET Framework to open your client applications and server components to XML Web services located anywhere on the Internet. Leverage Visual Basic .NET and ASP.NET to generate new Web services that deliver syndicated content, financial reports, and business partner interoperation. As you progress through Visual Basic .NET XML Web Services Developers Guide, youll discover the easiest and fastest methods for creating and deploying enterprise-level XML Web services with Visual Basic .NET.

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  • Discover how XML Web services help you develop distributed applications faster
  • Understand XML Web service architecture and core industry standards
  • Convert VB6 components to XML Web services with the Microsoft SOAP Toolkit
  • Port VB6 component code to ASP.NET Web Services with the Upgrade Wizard
  • Compare performance of complex XML Web services with COM and DCOM counterparts
  • Move between rpc/encoded and document/literal SOAP message formats
  • Authenticate and authorize users with SOAP headers
  • Validate SOAP request and response documents and their datatypes with XSD schemas
  • Use the Office XP Web Service Toolkit to SOAP-enable productivity applications
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       Read Chapter 12: Interoperating with Third-Party Web Services (18 pages)


    
XML Security
XML Security
Blake Dournaee
Keep XML applications and documents secure with help from the leading authority in e-security

Get up to speed on XML and applied security technologies using this authoritative guide. Covering the fundamentals of XML structures and related security technologies--including XML signatures, XML encryption, and the XML key management specification--this resource contains both the conceptual information and the practical techniques you need to successfully work with this data-structuring language. You'll learn how to implement RSA Security's product CertJ--which secures Java- and XML-based applications--and get advice for preventing against denial of service attacks and other security violations. Written by a member of RSA Security's developer support team, this definitive book gives you all the knowledge you need to keep XML-based programs and documents digitally secure.

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   Read Chapter 4: Introduction to XML Digital Signatures This is a PDF Document (40 pages)


    
Building Web Services and .NET Applications
Building Web Services and .NET Applications
Lonnie Wall, Andrew Lader
The definitive guide to building and deploying .NET applications and Web services.

This professional resource provides detailed information on the use of XML and XML-related technologies, the foundation of .NET. The authors offer step-by-step analysis for creating applications with XML, XSLT, and SOAP; how to write .NET classes, and develop interfaces using the examples and practical advice contained in this authoritative resource. Also included are industry examples to illustrate the power of the .NET technologies and tools.

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   Read Chapter 5: XSLT This is a PDF Document (42 pages)
   Read Chapter 7: Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) This is a PDF Document (34 pages)

    
BizTalk Server 2000 Developer's Guide
BizTalk Server 2000 Developer's Guide
Peishu Li
Your professional resource for building and deploying real-world BizTalk applications

Get the most out of BizTalk Server using this authoritative, hands-on guide. Written by an expert with more than a decade of enterprise development experience, this in-depth guide provides you with all the tools you need to create, implement, and support successful EAI and B2B integration solutions. Learn key ways to effectively manage BizTalk Server messaging services, orchestrate business processes, and discover the most efficient methods for administering BizTalk Server. Exchange documents across applications and organizations, build custom components to extend BizTalk services, and integrate BizTalk with other Microsoft.NET servers. Track business documents and exchanges, and build vertical market BizTalk solutions using BizTalk Server Accelerators for RosettaNet and HIPAA. The companion CD is packed with complete source code that will help you master the contents of the book. For leveraging the power of this business integration tool, BizTalk Server Developer's Guide is your ideal resource.

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   Read Chapter 15: Introducing BizTalk Server 2002 This is a PDF Document (38 pages)

    
BizTalk Server 2000: The Complete Reference
BizTalk Server 2000: The Complete Reference
David Lowe
The Most In-Depth Guide to BizTalk Server Available

"An absolute top-notch resource for developing and deploying BizTalk Server 2000 and 2002." --Ben Smith, Instructional Software Design Engineer, Microsoft Corporation

Unleash the power of BizTalk Server and streamline your business processes with help from this comprehensive resource. You'll discover how to take advantage of BizTalk Server's capacity for integrating applications, managing workflow, and exchanging business documents--regardless of format, protocol, or platform. Find out best practices for installing, optimizing, and securing BizTalk Server in a production environment, and learn to integrate BizTalk Server with third-party systems. Learn to utilize the full suite of tools--including BizTalk Editor, BizTalk Mapper, BizTalk Messaging Manager, and BizTalk Orchestration Designer--to build enterprise solutions. Written by leading experts who provide you with hands-on instruction and valuable insight through sample deployment scenarios, this book contains wide-ranging coverage that's invaluable for administrators, IT managers, and developers alike.

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   Read Chapter 13: Securing BizTalk Server This is a PDF Document (44 pages)

    
BizTalk Server 2000: A Beginner's Guide
BizTalk Server 2000: A Beginner's Guide
Clemens Vasters
Integrate systems and build dynamic business processes using this step-by-step introductory guide

Streamline your business processes and leverage the power of BizTalk Server 2000 throughout your organization--and with your B2B training partners--using this hands-on introductory guide. Learn how to exchange documents among various applications, regardless of protocol, platform, language, or device used--and even orchestrate secure business solutions over the Internet. Filled with real-world examples, expert advice, and unique tutorials, this book will show you all the necessary steps for installing, configuring, and extending BizTalk Server 2000. Get full details on everything from basic ideas and concepts to specifics of how all the various tools and components work together, including the BizTalk Messaging Engine. Find helpful tips for testing, optimizing, and troubleshooting BizTalk Server 2000 in a production environment, plus the 8-page blueprint section will help reinforce concepts presented throughout the book. For a solid introduction to the center of the .NET enterprise strategy, this is the only resource you need.

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   Read Chapter 15: Creating Document Specifications This is a PDF Document (42 pages)

    
Python: The Complete Reference
Python: The Complete Reference
Martin Brown
The Most Authoritative Volume Available on Python

Explore all aspects of programming with Python in this comprehensive resource. Expert programmer Martin Brown guides you through the fundamentals of using modules through the use of advanced object orientation classes. You'll learn how to develop complex applications, create multimedia software, and develop interactive Web sites. While written with the experienced programmer in mind, Python: The Complete Reference is an invaluable sourcebook for the beginning programmer as well. This book also covers how to utilize Python's extensive libraries, including tools for reading and parsing SGML, HTML, and XML files.

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   Read Chapter 20: Standard Markup Language Processing This is a PDF Document (18 pages)

    
JSP: The Complete Reference
JSP: The Complete Reference
Phillip Hanna
The Most Authoritative Volume Available on JavaServer Pages

Combine JavaServer Pages with other server-side Web components to create and deploy effective, reliable, and robust Web enterprises. JSP: The Complete Reference provides in-depth coverage of everything you'll need to program and develop powerful and efficient Web sites and applications. Control the content and appearance of Web pages using tools like JSP, servlets, JavaBeans, and Java 2 platform servlets to create reusable components and simplify application development. Regardless of your skill level, this resourceful volume will help you tap all the advantages of JSP coding and developing techniques.

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   Read Chapter 16: JSP and XML This is a PDF Document (42 pages): This chapter has lot of examples and covers Relationship Between HTML, SGML, and XML; Basic XML; Valid Documents; Displaying XML; Using XSL to Transform XML to HTML; Displaying XML Documents Using CSS; XML Application Languages; XHTML: Rewriting HTML in XML; Wireless Markup Language (WML); SMIL; Predicting the Future of XML.

    
HTML: The Complete Reference, Third Edition
HTML: The Complete Reference, Third Edition
Thomas Powell
The definitive, all-inclusive resource for HTML!

Create powerful, interactive Web pages and sites with HTML: The Complete Reference, Second Edition, the most in-depth tutorial and reference on HTML programming available! Top-selling author Thomas A. Powell provides lessons, techniques, and examples based on his highly successful UCSD Extension Web Publishing Certificate Program. Discover how to use HTML in conjunction with the latest Web technologies, including CSS, JavaScript, DHTML, Cold Fusion, XML, and Active Server Pages, and learn how HTML works with Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. This is the only HTML book you'll need!

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Read Chapter 17: XML: Beyond HTML This is a PDF Document (32 pages): This chapter covers XML Overview; The Problem XML Solves; XML Syntax; The Document Type Definition; XML Parsers; Document Object Model (DOM); Simple API for XML (SAX); XSL Transformations with XSLT; XSLT in Action

    
XML: The Complete Reference
XML: The Complete Reference
Heather Williamson
Create simple to complex XML documents and build full-fledged Web applications using this one-stop resource. Covering a wide range of topics--from reviewing XML parsers and validators to using scripts and converting databases into XML documents--this all-inclusive reference shows you everything you need to work with this popular tag-based language. Learn to enhance text with either cascading or extensible style sheets, use schemas to improve functionality, select portions of a document using XLink and XPointer, and much more. Additionally, XML: The Complete Reference covers SMIL and Math--languages used for multimedia presentations and displaying mathematical equations. Thorough, useful, and comprehensive, this is the only XML book you'll need.
  • Get an overview of related standards and requirements for using XML
  • Create organized, well-formed XML document structures
  • Identify attributes and add data to your XML documents
  • Use schemas in XML applications to restrict values and create reports
  • Discover where and when to use style sheets, including CSS and XSL
  • Expand XML applications with XLinks, XPointers, and XQuery
  • Learn how to change HTML to XHTML
  • Manipulate XML with JavaScript, and use CGI to convert database information to an XML document
   Read Chapter 18: Introducing Schemas This is a PDF Document


    
XML: A Beginner's Guide
XML: A Beginner's Guide
David Mercer
Essential Skills for First-Time Programmers
Learn the basics of XML programming by following the steps and examples in this easy-to-use resource. XML: A Beginner's Guide covers fundamental concepts, including XML syntax, DTDs, schemas, namespaces, and the characteristics of a well-formed XML document. The book moves on to explain SMIL, XML-based Web sites, the Document Object Model (DOM), creating Access and SQL Server 2000 databases, XSL, and implementing wireless e-commerce solutions. To speed your progress, the source code for all examples is available free online. Get started programming in XML right away with this self-paced, step-by-step learning solution.    Read Module 1: The History of XML This is a PDF Document


    
SQL Server 2000 Developer's Guide
SQL Server 2000 Developer's Guide
Michael Otey & Paul Conte
Develop robust SQL Server 2000 databases and database applications with help from this comprehensive resource.

SQL Server 2000 Developer's Guide explains how to access and manipulate data using Transact-SQL, build powerful Windows applications with ADO, DAO, and RDO, and develop integrated, cross-platform Web applications with ASP and XML. You'll also get details on SQL Server 2000 management, administration, and security issues. Plus, the bonus CD-ROM contains ready-to-run code and an evaluation edition of SQL Server 2000. This in-depth guide is a must-have for all serious SQL Server 2000 application developers.
  • Master Transact-SQL's Data Definition Language (DDL) and Data Manipulation Language (DML)
  • Accomplish complex data retrieval and manipulation tasks
  • Write stored procedures, triggers, and functions to increase application functionality and simplify development
  • Develop database applications using Visual Basic, ActiveX Data Objects (ADO), Data Access Objects (DAO), and Remote Database Objects (RDO)
  • Build data-driven Web applications with Active Server Pages
  • Create cross-platform data transfer applications using XML
  • Develop custom SQL Server management applications with SQL-Distributed Management Objects (DMO)
  • Transfer objects and data between systems using SQL Server's Data Transformation Services (DTS)
  • Expand application capabilities with SQL Server's full-text search and English Query features
  • Plan and implement enterprise-wide security, backup, and restore procedures
  • Includes SQL Server 2000 120-Day Enterprise Evaluation Edition on CD
   Read Chapter 15: Using XML This is a PDF Document


    
Oracle XML Handbook
Oracle XML Handbook
Ben Chang, Mark Scardina, K. Karun, Stefan Kiritzov, Ian Macky, Niranjan Ramakrishnan

Written by the Oracle XML Development Team, this authoritative handbook explains how to create XML documents and integrate legacy data systems with eCommerce initiatives. Included is a bonus CD-ROM containing JDeveloper 3.1 and Oracle Business Components for Java, Java and Java 2 parsers, and the XSQL Servlet.

   Read Chapter 5: The Oracle Internet File System (iFS) This is a PDF Document
    
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