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'Exception Handling with JAX-RPC' is a tutorial that elaborately describes about the exception behaviour in the absence of wsdl:fault, how a wsdl:fault is mapped to a checked Java exception and how a JAX-RPC runtime handles it.
This session (of a two part session) is dedicated to covering the foundation for security in the Web Services architecture.
This article explores all major technical aspects of creating, deploying, and publishing Web services, from Web Services Markup Language (WSDL), to Simple Object access Protocol (SOAP), and Universal Description Discovery and Integration (UDDI) registries. You will learn how to manually create a WSDL interface.
For peer-to-peer information sharing schemes, XML is a critical ingredient. XMl is also critical for grid computing, instant messaging, and Web services. This article explores the efforts intended to create a unified P2P fabric based on adaptations of existing XML technology
'Web services programming tips and tricks' is a tutorial through which the author discusses about using mapping meta-data file to perform around the rountrip issues.
'Tip: Compress XML files for efficient transmission' is a tutorial that teaches programmers to do an efficient compression on XML files for performing good transmission on XML over the internet.
'Tip: Always use an XML declaration' is a tutorial in which people can find what must be included in the XML declaration on all XML files for keeping it as a safest one.
'Using PHP and MySQL to build XML Web Services' is a tutorial which is discussed about building efficient RSS news feeds using PHP and MySQL data base.
'UDDI Overview' is a tutorial through which the author offers an overview about Universal Description, Discovery and Integration to distributed Web based information registries of Web services.
This is a simple and useful article for the webmasters in gaining knowledge on the underlying priciples and concepts of XML based web services.