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Web Services Executive Workshop
Course: 2008
Duration: 2 Days
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Overview
This two-day course is designed to Managers, Business Analysts, & support staff. The course provides a firm understanding of the process of defining and planning the implementation of a web service. It discusses reasons for implementing web services, interface considerations, system reusability, interoperability, and security. It explains and contrasts RPC-oriented services (SOAP) with XML-centric alternatives (REST).
Getting Started with Web Services
  • Web Services Defined
  • Why Build a Web Service?
  • Design Considerations
  • Physical Constraints
  • HTTP Interface Design
  • Resources
  • Parameter Passing
  • Client Issues
  • XML Considerations
Web Services Overview
  • Interfaces vs. Platforms
  • Web Services Applications
  • RPC-style Web Services
  • RESTful Web Services
  • Implementing XML Standards
  • Internationalization
  • Security and Authentication
  • Transactions
  • Interface Versioning
Interface Design
  • Physical Considerations
  • Web Services Protocols
  • HTTP Review
  • Defining Resources
  • URL Design
  • Query Parameters
  • GET and POST
  • SOAP Over HTTP
    • Stateless and Stateful Operations
    • Planning for Scalability
    Publishing and Discovery
    • Knowing Your Audience
    • Discovery Protocols
    • UDDI
    • WSDL
    • RDF
    • XML Schema
    Basic SOAP
    • SOAP Overview
    • The SOAP Envelope
    • SOAP Over HTTP
    • A SOAP Server
    • The Deployment Descriptor
    • A SOAP Client
    • Complex Data Types
    • Complex Data Types: Client Code
    Web Service Development
    • Selecting A Platform
    • Planning for Reuse
    • Security Considerations
    • Supporting Transactions
    • Staged Development
    • Deployment & Ongoing Maintenance
    Building Web Services in Java
    • The Java Web Services Developer Pack
    • Selecting A Development Framework
    • Java Servlets
    • JavaServer Pages
    • Using SOAP with JAX-RPC
    • Creating A WSDL Document
    • Securing the Application
    • Deployment
    • Calling from the Client
    Building Web Services in .NET
    • .NET Architecture Overview
    • The .NET Framework
    • The Common Language Runtime (CLR)
    • .NET Remoting vs. ASP .NET
    • A Simple ASP .NET Web Service
    • Using the wsdl Utility
    • Securing the Application
    • Deployment
    • Calling from the Client
    Using Web Services
    • Client Types
    • Software Clients
    • Browser Clients
    • HTML Interfaces
    • Aggregating Web Services
    • Distributed Transaction Strategies
    • Alternative Transports (SMTP)
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Hands On Training
    Numerous Case studies throughout the course.
    Hands on Labs and work exercises augment the instructor led program.