Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)

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    Developers and customers working with 35 key Web services specs will not have to worry about legal actions over patents from Microsoft as the company seeks to reassure its users of its commitment to interoperability, with a promise to tether its lega... 

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    In this tip, William Brogden explains how using the AXIS toolkit and the JWS approach will get you started with a simple SOAP Web service. 

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    Web services development is dividing into two camps, writes Gartner analyst Daryl Plummer. The SOA camp may be getting the lion's share of news coverage but a second group is exploring other emerging Web technologies to build external applications. 

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    Anne Thomas Manes discusses the two different approaches you can use to add and process SOAP headers in a message. 

  • Apache Synapse reaches first milestone

    Apache's open source mediation and broker framework for Web services and SOAP, called Synapse, has released its first milestone. It includes simple mediation using Regex and XPath, outbound message routing and XSLT transformation. 

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    WCF is Microsoft's newest Web services stack, a suite of SOA-friendly APIs. 

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    Burton Group report says WS-Security is "ready for prime time" and enterprises should start building a comprehensive plan that encompasses both transport- and application-level security. 

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