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101: SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol
SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) Since the release I have been fascinated with this thing called SOAP, This bubbly new protocol backed by the power of XML is certainly going to make waves in the world of distributed computing. The first thing w...

102: WSDL and proxy class used to create programmable WEB Service
In ASP.net we can create a WSDL document to describe the current provision of HTML or XML or any other non-binary format) page, you can use WSDL to generate client-side agents, and use Visual Studio.NET or the command-line tool WSDL.exe create a pro...

103: SQLXML 3.0 using the storage process for Web services exposed
The latest technology is Web services. Now appears in all markets in a similar Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Web Services Description Language (WSDL), Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) and other terms are the basic elem...

104: Create Web Service Storefronts
According to functional requirements to achieve a separate channel to access your business logic. by Jonathan Goodyear, MCSD, MCP, CLS The majority of business applications through Web services to the outside world and its function to provide a sm...

105: Host you can gently point of Web Services
by Juval Lowy Technology Toolbox: VB.NET, C # Visual Studio. NET's Start Page in the Web Hosting link under the options include a cool, allowing you to deploy and test on your. NET's Web service. You develop a Web service, you may want to ...

106: Follow a practical use of the Web Services way
Do not let some of the problems is easy to solve the final obstacle to the evolution of National Cheng Kung University, which prevents you from the company's adoption of Web services. by William Oellermann Technical: Visual Studio.NET, XML, WS...

107: dthml combination of simple webservice examples (b, dhtml)
The reason why the use of client-side dhtml, mainly in order to achieve remote, simply is not set to achieve results. File: study.htm <! DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "- / / W3C / / DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional / / EN"> <HTML> <HEAD&...

108: dhtml simple combination of webservice example (a, webservice)
Previous events to see a online web-based financial system, which is achieved through the activex, in fact, if we use webservice combination dhtml, it can be set aside activex. The following is a simple example. First of all, webservice, is very si...

109: combined with a simple webservice examples dhtml (c, paste a file missing, huh, huh)
file demo.html <! DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "- / / W3C / / DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional / / EN"> <HTML> <HEAD> <META NAME="GENERATOR" Content="Microsoft Visual Studio 7.0"> <TITLE> </ TITLE&...

110: COM + Web Services: routing through the box to the XML Web Services (to) 10
Another custom of the region, including client-activated object survival time management, as in the example below: <? xml version = "1.0" encoding = "utf-8"?> <configuration> <system.runtime.remoting> <ap...

111: COM + Web Services: routing through the box to the XML Web Services (turn) 7
This C # program has two categories: Child and Parent. If you are running the following VBScript example, WKO and CAO difference model will be more clear: set c1 = GetObject ( "soap: wsdl = http://jnoss4/refpass/RefPass.Child.soap?wsdl")...

112: COM + Web Services: routing through the box to the XML Web Services (turn) 3
Now, the application has been published for the XML Web Services, and SOAP can be used to activate. The use of Internet Explorer browser to http://localhost/VB6Soap/default.aspx, you will find the aspx page a hyperlink, which can be linked to your c...

113: Microsoft's article: what are xml web services
What are XML Web services? Published: May 2001 Key Points XML Web services allow applications to share data. XML Web services can be called across platforms and operating systems and regardless of programming language. . NET is Microsoft's ...

114: Simple Object Access Protocol: SOAP application (transfer)
Simple Object Access Protocol: SOAP Application SOAP, is the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) developed a new communication protocols: Simple Object Access Protocol (Chinese: Simple Object Access Protocol) in English abbreviation, the current has be...

115: Access from the Web Services server variables
In the news group most frequently asked question is "how to from a web Services (Web services) access to customers within your browser's IP address?" The answer to this question is very simple. system.web.services within the Context na...

116: Test XML Web services and applications (from MS)
Test XML Web services and applications Note: in the open release of Visual Studio.NET Beta 2 may not provide certain features. Loosely coupled with the calculation and XML Web services is growing, more and more organizations need to be able to pro...

117: Create and Control Windows Services - Control Your Service [Level: High]
You've created your service-now it's time to create the service controller. Use the System.ServiceProcess namespace's ServiceController class to interface programmatically with the Service Control Manager to start, stop, pause, resume, a...

118: Create and Control Windows Services - Add File-Monitoring Functionality [Level: High]
Now that all the necessary architecture is in place, you can add some functionality to the service. As an example, I'll show you how to build a file-monitoring service that monitors the local file system and notes important activity by presentin...

119: Create and Control Windows Services - introduction [Level: High]
Windows Services (formerly known as NT Services) can seem overwhelming and daunting to the uninitiated because of a vast array of callback functions and long parameter lists. Even though creating services in C + + almost ensures top-notch performanc...

120: Create and Control Windows Services - Not a Slap Shot, but Almost as Fast [Level: High]
Not a Slap Shot, but Almost as Fast Creating the service using. NET is fairly straightforward. You use the. NET Framework's System.ServiceProcess namespace and four classes within it: ServiceBase, ServiceInstaller, ServiceProcessInstaller, and ...


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