Web data services and enterprise mashups

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About Web data services and enterprise mashups

Many view the sharing of information to be the most fundamental as well as the most important function of the Web. Web data services allow users and applications to publish data on the Web and access data that has already been published. Information can be in the form of data tables, xml documents, and unstructured data. An enterprise application mashup is a Web application that uses or combines data or functionality from two or more sources (including Web services and applications) in order to create a new service.