Web services in finance

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Apress, 2005 - Computers - 232 pages
Many times, web services standards do not explicitly address core issues specific to the financial industrywhich makes it difficult to implement standards-compliant systems. But Web Services in Financewill bridge the gap in standards awareness. And you will acquire the skills to develop secure applications quickly. If you are a .NET or J2EE developer working in the financial industry, currently migrating applications to become Web services, or writing new Web services, then this book is your ideal companion! The authors thoroughly discuss crucial topics like data representation, messaging, security, privacy, management, monitoring, and more. What's more: the provided examples and API reviews will help you swiftly reach your goals.

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Contents

Introduction to Web Services
1
Enterprise Systems
27
Data Representation
51
Copyright

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Dr. Paul Watters is a senior lecturer in computer science at Macquarie University. His books include Solaris 9: The Complete Reference, Solaris 9 Administration: A Beginner's Guide, Sun Certified Solaris 9 System and Network Administrator All-In-One Exam Guide, Solaris 8: The Complete Reference, Solaris Administration: A Beginner's Guide, Sun Certified Solaris 8 System Administrator All-In-One Exam Guide, Sun Certified Solaris 8 System Administrator All-In-One Exam Guide, Solaris 8 Administrator's Guide, Integrated Test Design and Automation: Using the Testframe Method (with Hans Buwalda, Dennis Janssen, and Iris Pinkster), Web Services Security (with Mark O'Neill, Phillip Hallam-Baker, Sean MacCann, Mike Shema, Ed Simon, and Andrew White); and Visual C++ .NET: Your Visual Blueprint with Jeff Cogswell.