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Category: Tutorials

Web Services – part 3

As discussed earlier in article : Web Services Basics – part 2 , we can generally use a web service to expose our application’s functionality over the internet and also can make specific methods in our service consumable to other applications provided , the consuming application must have the understanding of contract of inputs and outputs provided by the publisher application. Another […]

Web Services Basics – part 1

Need of Web Services : Internet is a collection of many technical protocols that allows thousands of programs and applications communicate with each other. Since they are developed independently keeping various things  – like business needs ,  Platforms and technologies in mind, there was an incompatibility often for a communication by two piece of software programs. An use case to […]

Web Services Part 5 – SOAP, UDDI, WSDL

We have discussed about WSDL document and the structure in previous section Web Services – SOAP part 4. Below figure depicts a WSDL document to a sample Web Service called : foobarService. Lets discuss about UDDI , mapping between WSDL and UDDI and how client’s can discover and get the details about a Web Service using UDDI.   Universal Description, […]

Web Services Security

Standalone applications always were prone to more security concerns and also were overlooked as afterthought in development cycle. After the advent of web services over networks, Security has become more important and many security concerns were brought into light and attackers are increasingly targeting the applications over the web. Due to reduce costs, security is always neglected in projects but […]