Web Services and XML using Microsoft .NET and C#

This course covers all of the key specifications and technologies needed to create and use interoperable Web Services using Microsoft .NET. Students will implement a complete end-to-end web service solution. The Web Services architecture is discussed, integrating training in SOAP, WSDL and UDDI. Students learn to communicate using SOAP messaging, how to define a service using WSDL, and how to publish and find their service via UDDI. The first chapter of the second module introduces the Web Services architecture. It shows how SOAP is used for messaging, WSDL for services description, and UDDI for finding out what services exist. These standards are based on several XML technologies: XML, XML namespaces and XML Schema, that are discussed as well. This chapter concludes with a demonstration on how easy it is to develop basic Web Services using Microsoft .NET.
The only requirement is that students be proficient with an object oriented-language. No knowledge of COM is required. Familiarity with XML is helpful.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for programmers.
.NET Fundamentals::C# Basics::.NET Types and C#::C# and the .NET Framework::Object-Oriented Programming in C#::Web Services Architecture::Data Expressions and Messaging in XML::Programming XML with the .NET Framework::Implementing Web Services in the .NET Framework::The Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)::SOAP Encoding::The Web Services Description Language (WSDL)::Additional .NET Web Service Topics::The Universal Discovery, Description, and Integration (UDDI) Information Model

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