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Why Encrypt SOAP Messages?   By fawcette.com
A sample SOAP response message shown in Listing 1 . This message contains unencrypted data that prying eyes could access as the message is transferred over the wire. By using the custom SOAP parameter encryption class we ll discuss here specific parts of the SOAP message can be encrypted to protect the data during the transfer from the Web service...

SOAP 1.2   By xml.com
by Rich Salz June 10 2003 W3C Process As you may know by now SOAP 1.2 has reached Proposed Recommendation PR status which means that the XML Protocol Working Group believes that it s done. A few PR issues have been raised. It can be fun to look at the list as the issues range from I found a typ" to this isn t full XML send it...

Processing SOAP Headers   By xml.com
by Rich Salz July 17 2002 Last month we built a simple client for the Google API. In this month s column we ll look at how SOAP headers can be used to talk to an intermediate server that adds value to the basic search service. The value-add is actually pretty silly we ll send the query pick one of the results at random to return and send it back...

Jeannine Hall Gailey This article assumes you re familiar with SOAP XML and WSDL Level of Difficulty 1 2 3 SUMMARY Direct Internet Message Encapsulation DIME is a new specification for sending and receiving SOAP messages along with additional attachments like binary files XML fragments and even other SOAP messages using standard transport protocols...

A Brief History of SOAP   By xml.com
by Don Box April 04 2001 It s been a little more than three years since I first started working in XML in general and SOAP in particular. For the past year or so my own SOAP work has been pretty minimal mainly because without a stable XML Schema specification the thought of building tons of SOAP support plumbing seems pretty futile. Now that the...

by Steve Punte March 18 2003 Introduction The Apache Cocoon framework excels at processing and manipulating XML documents which makes it an easy and ideal platform for SOAP services. All the necessary components exist in the standard Cocoon release except for one. This article introduces the XmlHttpTransformer a component which allows mid-pipeline...

Digital signatures for SOAP messages   By www-105.ibm.com
Jayanthi Suryanarayana Senior software developer June 2001 This tutorial explains how to digitally sign and encrypt your SOAP messages for security. Register for this tutorial After you register you can use your userid and password to access any tutorial on the site without entering them again. Be sure to remember your userid and password. Whenever...

SOAP Soup   By xml101.com
By Adam S. Cartwright Introduction S imple O bject A ccess P rotocol is one of the neatest XML based technologies to be introduced as of late yet many people are still trying to get a handle on all of the new terms and acronyms that SOAP has uncovered. This article is written to help you dig through the SOAP soup we have in front of us and create a...

By Robert Chartier Rating 4.8 out of 5 Rate this article email this article to a colleague Introduction This article offers a basic step-by-step instruction for getting a Web service on line using the Microsoft SOAP Toolkit 2.0 Gold Release. If you do not have this version I suggest downloading and installing it before you read any further including...

XML messaging with SOAP   By www-105.ibm.com
Uche Ogbuji Consultant and co-founder of Fourthought Inc. Fourthought Inc. The previous tutorial in this series showed how to use custom XML messages for component communication. To help the developer avoid reinventing the wheel over and over many interested parties have developed proposals for standardized XML messaging. The front runner in this...

SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol   By intranetjournal.com
William Bordes R& D Consultant wbordes techmetrix.net and Johann Dumser Junior Consultant jdumser techmetrix.net Printer Friendly Version The evolution of IT Over the space of a few years the Web has completely revolutionized the way we use information technology and as a result our way of working has been completely transformed. The...

February 26 2003 Editor s note XML.com is happy to publish this white paper from Don Box and his colleagues which addresses a long term issue in XML namely the coordinated transport of opaque binary data in conjunction with an XML document. Please use the forum facility at the end of this article to leave your comments and questions -- ED. Version...

ebXML Ropes in SOAP   By xml.com
by Alan Kotok April 04 2001 The Electronic Business XML ebXML project released three more technical specifications for review on 28 March including a new draft document on messaging services. This part of ebXML -- formerly known as transport routing and packaging -- had made more early progress than the other technical features but it also...

by Rich Salz December 18 2002 What is XML-RPC As you might expect from the name XML-RPC is a way of using XML to send classic Remote Procedure Calls RPC over the net. XML-RPC s use of XML is very simple. It doesn t use namespaces. It doesn t even use attributes. Poking at the reasons behind technology standards can lead to interesting results....

by Rael Dornfest Clay Shirky April 16 2002 Emerging Technology Briefs developed by O Reilly Research offer a single-page summary of recent developments in a technology topic that we have been following. O Reilly Research also publishes full-length industry reports including Planning for Web Services Obstacles and Opportunities by Clay Shirky...

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