Service-oriented Architecture: A Field Guide to Integrating XML and Web Services
Why this guide is important; The hammer and XML; XML and Web services; Web Services and Service-Oriented Architecture; Service-Oriented Architecture and the hammer; The hammer and you; The XML & Web Services Integration Framework (XWIF);Hoe this guide is organized: Pat I:The technical Landscape; Part II: Integrating technology; Part III: Integrating applications; Patr IV: Integrating the enterprise; www.soabooks.com; Contact the author; Introduction to XML technologies; Extensible Markup Language (XML); Document Type Definitions (DTD); XML Schema Definition Language (XSD); Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT); XML Query Language (XQuery); XML Path Language (XPath);Introduction to Web services technologies; Web services and the service-oriented architecture(SOA); Web Services Descritption Language (WSDL); Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP); Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI); Introduction ti secind-gerenation(WS-*) Web services technologies; Second-generation Web services and the service-oriented enterprise(SOE); WS-Coordination and WS- Transaction; Business Process Execution Language for Web SErvices (BPEL4WS); WS-Security and the Web services security specifications; WS-ReliableMessaging; WS-Policy; WS-Attachments; Integrating XML into appilcations; Strategies for integrating XML data representation; Integrating Web Services into applications; Integrating XML and databases; The mechanucs of application integration; Service-oriented architectures for legacy integration; Service-Oriented architectures for enterprise integration; Service-oriented integration strategies; Thirty Best practices for integrating XML; Thirty best practices dor integrating Web services; Building the service-oriented enterprise(SOE).
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adapter allow APIs application A application application B Figure application logic atomic transaction attribute BPEL4WS business process business service caching Chapter child elements component classes component-based construct context data access data model data representation data types define delivery document structure Document Type Definitions DTDs encapsulation enterprise establish Example existing extensions format granular header implementation integrating XML integration architectures interact intermediary interoperability introduced KEY POlNTS legacy application markup message exchange pattern message path middleware multiple n-tier output performance platform proprietary protocols proxy services query relational databases repository represent retrieved runtime scenarios Schema Definition Language sequence service interface service model service requestor service-enabled service-oriented architecture SOAP message SOAP node specifications standard Step Strategies for integrating style sheets SUMMARY OF KEY Table tion traditional UDDI validation vendors wrapper service WS-Coordination WS-Policy WS-ReliableMessaging WS-Security WS-Transaction WSDL WSDL document XML data XML document XML schema XPath XQuery XSD schemas XSLT