XML Web Services for ASP.NET
1. Edition May 2002
2002. 700 Pages, Softcover
- Practical Approach Book -
ISBN 978-0-7645-4829-1 - John Wiley & Sons
This book is a comprehensive guide that walks the reader through developing and consuming XML Web Services using the .NET platform and ASP.NET. It begins with an overview of the .NET framework and an explanation of the process behind XML Web Services, and then quickly delves into building and consuming Web Services. Included will be discussions of proxies, classes, SOAP, Global XML Web Services Architecture, WSDL, UDDI, and Disco. The book will also cover the important issue of security and how to apply encryption and signing. This book is the reader's guide to advanced XML Web Services such as error and exception handling, configuration, and optimization.
From the contents
Part I: The .NET Framework.
Chapter 1: The .NET Foundation.
Chapter 2: The Technologies of .NET.
Part II: The Basics of XML Web Services
Chapter 3: Introduction to XML Web Services.
Chapter 4: Building a Simple XML Web Service
Chapter 5: Consuming XML Web Services.
Part III: Building XML Web Services.
Chapter 6: XML Web Services Architecture.
Chapter 7: The Visual Part of XML Web Services.
Chapter 8: State Management.
Chapter 9: Proxies.
Part IV: XML Web Services Description and Discovery
Chapter 10: WSDL.
Chapter 11: UDDI.
Chapter 12: Disco.
Part V: All About SOAP.
Chapter 13: SOAP.
Chapter 14: Advanced SOAP.
Chapter 15: Global XML Web Services Architecture.
Part VI: Security.
Chapter 16: General Security Issues.
Chapter 17: Advanced Security.
Part VII: ADO.NET and XML Web Services
Chapter 18: Working with ADO.NET.
Chapter 19: XML Web Services and ADO.NET.
Part VIII: Advanced XML Web Services.
Chapter 20: Error and Exception Handling.
Chapter 21: Configuration and Optimization.
Chapter 22: Advanced Issues in XML Web Services.
Chapter 23: Screen Scraping.
Part IX: .NET My Services and .NET Remoting
Chapter 24: .NET My Services.
Chapter 25: .NET Remoting: An Alternative to XML Web Services.
Chapter 26: In Conclusion.
Appendix A: XML Web Services Classes.
Appendix B: XML Primer.
Appendix C: XSD Primer.
Appendix D: Bill Evjen's .NET Resources.