XML WebServices and SOAP by V. Mukhi, S. Shanbhag, S. Mukhi

XML WebServices and SOAP

XML WebServices and SOAP
by V. Mukhi, S. Shanbhag, S. Mukhi

Publisher: BPB Publications 2008

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This book is an introduction to XML Web Services and the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). From the table of contents: Introduction to Web Services, Web Services Description Language, Data Types in WSDL, DataSets, Webservices and Javascript, SOAP Headers, Soap Extensions, Encrypting and Decrypting Soap Data, Attributes, SOAP Faults, ASP.Net WebServices, WSDL and DISCO, Remoting.

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