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41: Create a Windows Service Application
Create a Windows Service Application -------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------ Download the code in this article, see resources It is. NET Framework emergence only enable you to build out the system automat...

42: . NET Framework and Web Services (I)
. NET Framework and Web Services (I) (Author: MSDN 2001 on 06 day 02 years 10:47) Web services (Web Service) is a Web-based distributed application's basic building blocks, which procedure is platform, object templates and built multi-lingual ...

43: . NET Framework and Web Services (Part Two)
. NET Framework and Web Services (Part Two) (Author: MSDN 2001 on 06 day 02 years 10:47) ■ <br> data access service network in almost all services would have to be a permanent query and update data, whether based on simple documents, or re...

44: To create. NET Web services (transfer)
Web services are distributed structure, modular applications, the latest technology trends. Web services business logic can be divided into components one by one, and then in the whole scope of the Internet to carry out their functions. This article...

45: AC # SOAP Apache Client (4.26 a good article. Good)
Introduction First of all, let me tell you that I am not a C # expert. I am primarily a Java developer but have been experimenting C # and the. NET platform. Basically I am developing a SOAP Web Service using Java and Apache SOAP, and have decided t...

46: PocketSOAP link using webservice (2) --- VC + +
psTemp.cpp _______________________ / / PsTemp.cpp: Defines the entry point for the console application. / / # include "stdafx.h" # include "resource.h" int _tmain (int argc, LPCTSTR argv []) ( USES_CONVERSION; std:: cout...

47: PocketSOAP link using webservice (1 )---. net
PocketSOAP This is a SOAP client COM component for the Windows family, originally targeted at PocketPC (hence the name), there is also a Win32 version that works on Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP. The package includes a HTTP transport for making HTTP...

48: WEB SERVER how to support CGI / PHP / Perl ___ core of the procedure (1)
Source: zerodj Releases Body: To write a function to support the CGI is running ... Ideas: WEB SERVER when the request is an implementation document, Well, on the implementation of the document (using the process), but if the incoming data to t...

49: WEB SERVER how to support CGI / PHP / Perl ___ core of the procedure (2)
DNS server is the master server can also can be a secondary server. Master server is also known as master server, is the ability to determine the ultimate source of the domain name. Master server is also sent to the secondary server's zone trans...

50: Cable purification SOAP protocol (d): to simplify client <zt>
Java 2 platform version 1.3 for the Java Image API (Reflection API) increased by the expansion of an extremely practical: the dynamic proxy class. A dynamic proxy class is a realization of a series of run-time type of the specified interface. This a...

51: Cable purification protocol SOAP (c): The script language services <zt>
You are a desire to always stand in the forefront of Java technology developers to do? Changing the software industry, you are eager to grasp the Web's future, more importantly, how to own a few years of Java experience to the limit. To find the...

52: Cable purification protocol SOAP (b): Apache SOAP introduced (2) <zt>
Third, the HelloWorld example of JavaBean with <br> As mentioned earlier, Apache SOAP provides many of the serial structure of pre-and anti-serial method, including the use of Java Vector, Enumeration, array, JavaBean as parameters and return ...

53: Cable purification protocol SOAP (b): Apache SOAP introduced (1) <zt>
SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is an XML encoding to use data cable agreement. It is a similar agreement called for a minimum of a standard definition of a cable agreement only required the most critical part of deliberately neglecting the gar...

54: Cable purification protocol SOAP (a): SOAP basics <zt>
A, SOAP About <br> As mentioned earlier, SOAP with XML as a data encoding format. Using XML as a data encoding format of the original SOAP is not, in fact, this is a very natural choice. XML-RPC and ebXML also use XML. To learn more about this...

55: Developing An Image Upload Web Service
Developing An Image Upload Web Service By: Bipin Joshi Level: Intermediate Posted Date: 5/31/2002 Tested with ASP.NET v1.0 (RTM) Click for Printable Version Click here to download sample code Member Rating: 3.90 (Rated by 10 members) Rate Th...

56: Using Web Services for Remoting over the Internet. (Under)
Decoding and de-serializing of the request message Invoking the Remote Method Encoding and serialization of the response message [WebMethod] public string SyncProcessMessage (string request) ( / / Request: decoding and deserializing byte [] r...

57: Web Service "four-two-short"
Web Service "four-two-short" (China Computer Chen reported at 17:42 on November 1, 2001) At present, Web Service is a hot topic. However, Web Service What is? Under what circumstances should be Web Service? Under what circumstances shoul...

58: Prospect of the second generation of Web services [to]
Early in the development of the Internet, companies are using SMTP, NTTP and FTP client and server and the Internet to connect, transmit messages, text files, executable files and source code, when the enterprise began to enterprise information inte...

59: A typical Web Service Structure
A typical Web Service architecture (Coke at 18:35 on November 1, 2001) The structure of a typical Web Service. Your Web service regardless of what tools, what language to write out the agreement so long as you use SOAP through HTTP to call it, the...

60: What is a Web Service
You may heard that Web service, you may also have a number of Web service concept. For a time, like all of the computer journals, books and websites have begun to refer to Web service. However, the current majority of the introduction of the Web ser...


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