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By Thiru Thangarathinam Go to page 1 2 3 Next Synchronous communication between .NET applications and Web services makes the user wait while each Web service processes requests and returns results. This can have a severe impact on the performance of the .NET application. Typically a distributed .NET application requires information from multiple Web...

By Kenn Scribner Go to page 1 2 Next by Kenn Scribner of Wintellect While many developers realize that consuming Web Services using the asynchronous call mechanisms built into .NET is useful they also find it confusing. If you ve had trouble trying to use the asynchronous call methods in your generated proxies-or if you re wondering what asynchronous...

A program for underprivileged schools trades in the file cabinet for the file system with dramatic results. registration system. by Jason Salas SEI CEO John Jasper Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and DePaul Center for Urban Education Director Barbara Radner. Jasper and Radner used .NET technologies to streamline communications between DePaul and educators...

By Thiru Thangarathinam Go to page 1 2 3 4 Next With distributed applications becoming pervasive you need tools and techniques to create destroy and monitor transactions across multiple platforms and servers. Having these tools and techniques available within a single architecture such as the .NET Framework makes it easy to develop distributed applications...

Learn how .NET s remoting infrastructure can serve your enterprise development plans better than Web services do. by Don Browning ADVERTISEMENT November 2002 Issue For this solution .NET Framework Visual Studio .NET .NET remoting Web services M icrosoft made two announcements at the 2000 Professional Developer s Conference that changed the way the...

By Ravi Trivedi Go to page 1 2 Next Abstract This Web Service article series covers all the important standards in the Web Services stack and ties them together with real-world examples. The first article in this series discusses XML Extended Markup Language . XML provides a significant advance in how data is described and exchanged by Web-based applications...

Web services must perform and scale to keep users happy. By developing objective criteria for proofing Web services businesses can increase uptime and lower costs. by Frank Cohen For this solution Visual Studio .NET S ystems or software applications deployed today using Web services provide users with features that are highly functional integrated...

By Rajesh Sumra and R. Venkatvaradan Introduction The lifecycle of any application typically involves four phases& mdash; requirements design development and testing . Testing is the phase that guarantees value delivery to the customer. Testing being an important process in the SDLC is an area where better and efficient testing strategies...

Assess Exchange 2000's .NET Fit   By fawcette.com
Do you need to wait for the next version of Exchange to build XML Web services Find out here. by Scott Jamison October 2002 Issue For this solution Exchange 2000 Server .NET Framework Exchange 2000 XML Web Services Toolkit I n recent months migrations to Exchange 2000 have picked up. Recent surveys by this magazine and other research firms indicate...

.NET Remoting   By developer.com
Unless you have been living in a cave or are way behind in your reading you have probably read something about Web services. When you read the description of .NET Remoting it may remind you a lot of what you re read about Web services. That is because Web services fall under the umbrella of .NET Remoting but have a simplified programming model and...

By Paul Kimmel Go to page 1 2 3 Next If you have been wondering whether to use XML Web services or .NET Remoting here s a simple answer Use XML Web services most of the time. XML Web services are the same as marshal-by-value .NET Remoting but using them is much easier than using Remoting from scratch. Marshal-by-value remoting XML Web services...

By Sridhar Ravuthula Go to page 1 2 Next As Web Services are concerned it has a scope beyond the transport level and there is exchange of data between disparate services. The data integrity is a critical factor that affects the security of the Web Service application. Web Services use XML as a communication media for data exchange among the services...

Web Services are a relatively new way to achieve distributed computing. In distributed computing applications are designed as services that run on a server. Clients access these services through a programmable interface. When there is an exception during the execution of the Web service the Web service should not only capture the exceptions but also...

Before you build be sure the benefits of providing your function as a Web service outweigh the shortcomings. by Douglas Kerwin June 2003 Issue ADVERTISEMENT W eb services are still a fairly new technology and not everyone has figured out how to best use them yet. In my experience I built an entire enterprise software product on a Web services infrastructure...

Global XML Web Services Architecture GXA uses SOAP s flexibility to provide enhanced support for message routing transactions and security. by Marc Mercuri January 2003 Issue For this solution XML SOAP ADVERTISEMENT X ML Web services are a great mechanism for enabling single stateless request response operations. However you can hit a brick...

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