Special Edition Using SOAP

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Que Publishing, 2002 - Computers - 436 pages
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This book will introduce the reader to SOAP and serve as a comprehensive reference to both experienced and new developers in the area. Only one other book completely dedicated to SOAP is currently on the market, and it has strong sales because no other information is available. SE Using SOAP will capture more readers than the competition because it provides real-world examples and troubleshooting with complete data conversion information. The emphasis will be on getting started fast instead of reading through white paper-style theory in hopes of finding applicable information. By reading this book and working through the examples, the reader will be well versed in SOAP and its applications immediately. SE Using SOAP includes difficult to find information on how SOAP works with different languages and protocols including Visual Basic.NET, Visual Basic 6, C#, XML, HTTP, SDL, DISCO, COM, SQL Server, plus much more. Also covers how to work with PDAs, an ever-growing need in the data transfer market.

 

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Contents

AN OVERVIEW OF SOAP
12
SOAP HTTP and XML
22
SOAP and the Web Server
28
Using SOAP with Your Current
45
Using SOAP to Move Data
52
Case Study
58
AN OVERVIEW OF SECURITY ISSUES
62
Security Standards You Should Know
67
Handling Data Entry and Survey Form
232
Providing Remote Database Access
237
Developer Shortcuts for Remote
243
Defining the SQL Server Database
255
Creating a MiddleTier Component
263
Testing the Application
272
Addressing Transaction Issues
278
Moving to WebBased Applications
284

User Identification Issues
75
Introduction
82
An Overview of the Application
98
Creating the Server Side Code
104
Handling SOAP Errors
116
Introduction
122
Updating a Simple Utility Program
140
ThreeTier Programming
146
Updating a Complete Database
153
Troubleshooting
159
Creating Remote Access Utilities
161
Writing a Server Status Viewer
172
Creating a Simple Employee CheckIn
182
Project
193
Shortcuts for Data Entry and Survey
199
Creating a Simple Survey Form
208
Creating a Live Data Application
302
Quick Fixes for Memory and Other
312
Working with PDAs
321
Updating the Complex Type
329
Beyond PDAs to Telephones
341
Complex Data Types
349
B Microsoft BizTalk and SOAP
355
BizTalk Fixes a Few SOAP Problems
368
ThirdParty Tool Reference
371
psWSDL Wizard
381
SOAP for Visual C++Developers
389
Creating the ServerSide
395
Handling SOAP Errors
404
Index
427
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

John Mueller is the owner of DataCon Services, a programming and design consulting business that also provides client software and programming training. He is also a freelance author and technical editor with 29 books and almost 200 magazine articles under his belt. The topics range from networking to Web development and from Windows programming to artificial intelligence.

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