Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) News
October 30, 2012
The move to 'lighter is better' is not just a Java trend. A drive to simplify underlies changes to Microsoft's flagship development framework as well.
November 08, 2011
Learn about the best practices that simplify the process of maintaining legacy applications and make legacy migration less costly.
August 16, 2011
At Share 2011 in Orlando, GT Software showed Ivory Service Architect with support for Web services that natively access CA IDMS programs. This widens the integration options for IDMS.
January 28, 2009
Progress Software announced the first major integration of Actional SOA performance and governance products and technology gained with last year's acquisition of SOAP-test pioneer Mindreef. Actional Diagnostics is a developer desktop product for ...
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SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), which is based in Extensible Markup Language (XML), facilitates communication between application and operating systems. Continue Reading
SOAP has gained status as a common messaging protocol in Web services and SOA projects. This SOAP tutorial provides insight as to what SOAP standard is and when to use it. SOAP basics, how it compares to REST, SOAP attachments and how SOAP functions... Continue Reading
An endpoint reference (EPR) is a combination of Web services (WS) elements that define the address for a resource in a Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) header... (Continued) Continue Reading
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Gerald Beuchelt, project software systems engineer at MITRE, discusses the role of RESTful services in building a national health IT infrastructure. Continue Reading
SearchSOA.com’s Jack Vaughan spoke with Rob Daigneau, whose new book Service Design Patterns offers solutions to common service design challenges. Continue Reading
OAuth (Open Authorization) allows Web application users to move from site to site without an additional login. It has gained exceptional attention of late in the world of services and security. Continue Reading
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Web services APIs have vastly expanded over the years to include a host of REST-based methods. Resource and Message APIs have become common in addition to SOAP APIs. Continue Reading
Part one of an interview with SOA pioneer Toufic Boubez. He discusses the early days of SOA, from UDDI to the recent battle of SOAP vs. REST. Continue Reading
Microsoft offers to ways to develop Web services for Windows CE embedded, one using .NET, the other using COM and a SOAP toolkit. Continue Reading
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Enterprise Mashups Expert Michael Ogrinz discusses how RSS mashups can combine existing data outputs in new and useful ways. RSS can even be used as "SOA Light" in some cases. Continue Reading
The Ruby on Rails framework has added REST support, making it a Web service alternative to SOAP stack development. Continue Reading
The April release of the SOAP 1.2 Second Edition recommendation still awaits updated information about SOAP implementations, and progress on XML protocol requirements and MTOM serialization. Continue Reading