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By Mark W. Kaelin Editor ·
Welcome to the Web Services Forum. This is the place to post your Web service questions, share your best techniques, and express your opinion on topics that impact IT development.

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Web Services TechMail

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to Web Services Forum

Create a file upload Web service:

A recent Web Services TechMail discusses file management systems. Have you developed a Web service for handling file system management in your applications? Share your experiences with us.

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Web Services TechMail Question

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to Web Services Forum

J2EE 1.4 will incorporate WS-I standards:

The Feb. 24, Web Services TechMail discusses the incorporation of WS-I standards into J2EE 1.4. Have you evaluated the beta release of J2EE 1.4? Do you think the inclusion of WS-I standards was important to the adoption of Java as a Web services platform? Do you believe we have reached the point where application developers and system architects can focus more on the details of the actual technology rather than on the company developing it?

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Understand the benefits of a federation

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to Web Services Forum

Gain enterprise efficiency with UDDI 3.0 federations:

The March 3, Web Services TechMail discusses the definition of UDDI 3.0 federations and the benefits of implementing UDDI. Have you evaluated the UDDI 3.0 standards? Does your enterprise plan to implement UDDI or to establish a federation as part of its Web services? What benefits do you expect to receive using UDDI standards?

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Web Services TechMail: XACML standard

by MaryWeilage Editor In reply to Web Services Forum

The Mar. 10, 2003 edition of the Web Services e-newsletter examines the features and capabilities of Sun's new eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML 1.0) technology and how it may affect Java Web service developers.

What are your viewson the XACML standard? Do you plan to apply this new technology in a Web application environment? Share your thoughts on this new release.

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Transform XML into HTML automatically

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to Web Services Forum

Transform XML into HTML with the XslTransform class:

The March 17, Web Services TechMail discusses XslTransform class. What method do you use to transform XML into HTML? Have you considered the XslTransform class? Is your method better? Tell us why.

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WS-Security?

by mm_arafa In reply to Transform XML into HTML a ...

if any one can give me useful WS-Security in .net platform?thanx
send it to :
mostafa Arafa
Computer Science Dept.
mm_arafa@yahoo.com

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Link in here

by Author - Kevin Koch In reply to WS-Security?

WS-Security is simply a specification implemented by many different vendors. Microsoft's version of this implementation is known as "Web Services Enhancements for Microsoft .NET". You can find the download at:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/webservices/building/wse/default.aspx

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Know the pitfalls of nested services

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to Web Services Forum

Appreciate the consequences of using nested .NET Web services:

The May 12, Web Services TechMail discusses the pitfalls of using nested Web services. Tell us what you think of nested Web services. Have you used them in your Web service applications? Have conflicts arisen causing the services to fail?

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Individual Web Service "Contracts"?

by jason In reply to Know the pitfalls of nest ...

It seems, though I haven't researched this, the "nesting" issues would be described in the WSDL document defining a web service. At least as far as providing or denying authorization to distribute values to unknown entities.

Also, while I understand how the semantics of information can become corrupted along a chain of web service consumers/servers (ie. the "telephone" game), in theory, each web service consumer has an implicit contract with its server. (using your model: Consumer has a contract with WS1. WS1 has a distinct contract with WS2.)

Thus, even though a web service may also be a consumer as part of its task to provide a service to the originating consumer, the first web service has a "contractial obligation" to provide its service to the originating consumer as accurately as possible. So for example, the issue of authentication, Should WS2 have a need for credentials from the Consumer? Or should WS1 just have a "contract" with WS2 that states that WS1 can share the results of any properties or methods it receives from WS2 with any if it's (WS1's) consumers? Yes, the question remains, where is this "contract" documented and how are these terms validated proactively. Perhaps this is what you meant when you stated "provided the design pattern compensates for potential problems" .
-jason
www.jjkpryde.com

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Examine the Java JBI specification

by Mark W. Kaelin Editor In reply to Web Services Forum

Assess Java's vision for business integration:

The May 19, Web Services TechMail examines the Java JBI specification and its impact on business integration. Are you familiar with the JBI specification? What is your assessment of its benefits and its pitfalls? Tell us about it.

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