Web Services FAQ Section Index | Page 5
There are two competing standards for SOAP Registry: UDDI ebXML A detailed article on UDDI, WSDL can be found at: http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/webservices/library/ws-wsdl3/?dwzone=we...more
There are basically three ways: you can implement a useful Xbean and contribute it to the project, you can improve an existing Xbean and contribute the changes and you can provide us with feedback...more
The sender and receiver Xbeans support the passing of XML documents across process boundaries. There are currently three implementations of sender and receiver using different approaches for the t...more
Source Xbeans have a DOMListener property, as specified in the DOMSource interface. Thus connecting Xbeans simply means setting the property to be the next Xbean. Source Xbeans invoke documentRead...more
What are Xbeans?
You need an implementation of the DOM and XSLT. Most Xbeans are users of the DOM interface. They do not depend on a particular DOM implementation. The serializer Xbean currently depends on an exte...more
The second release is now available at xbeans.org. It includes the following Xbeans: translator viewer logger serializer parser synchronizer HTTP sender-receiver RMI sender-r...more
The DOMSource interfaces defines two operations, getDOMListener() and setDOMListener(DOMListener next), for getting and setting the next Xbean, i.e. the Xbean that will receive the output of the X...more
ebXML Messaging Service Implementation does anybody Implemented ebXML Messaging Service? I am trying the implementation of ebXML Messaging. do any body implementated the ebXML MS?, let me know, a...more
How to send attachment using soap? Where can I find article or example on how to send attachment using soap?
Check out the apache SOAP libs. (http://xml.apache.org/soap). It contains an example in samples/mime/MimeTest*. Enjoy, - Filip
Is there a white paper that provides an overview of the web services APIs currently available or soon to be available from SUN?
JAX/RPC To aid developers in building XML-based requests such as SOAP requests, The JCP is developing the Java APIs for XML based RPC (JAX/RPC). JAX/RPC is used for sending and receiving (in...more
Ariba, IBM, and Microsoft developed the first version of UDDI, the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration specification. As the name suggests, UDDI allows a business to describe the ser...more
WSDL is a language for describing the capabilities of Web services. Proposed by IBM and Microsoft, WSDL combines the best of IBMs NASSL (Network Accessible Services Language) and Microsoft ...more