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A Survey of Publicly Available Web Services at Microsoft  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Now that the dust has settled on the XML Web Services front, it seems like the right time to survey some of the mainstream Web Services available, with a focus on those offered by Microsoft (see Live Web Services). Microsoft offers several Web Services to the general public including the Microsoft.com Web Service, TerraService, MapPoint® Web Service, and .NET Alerts. Developers can use all of these services to introduce valuable functionality and content into their applications. This column will...

Web Services Part I - Simple CBT     
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Dr. Miller holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is currently a Lead Program Manager for Microsoft Corporation. His research work over the past 25 years has included parallel processing, programming languages, programming environments, computer security and collaborative systems....

Web Services and WSE     
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Keith Ballinger talks about Web Services, WSE 2.0, and answers that critical question, "What three WS-* specs should developers learn to be effective with Web services?"...

Web services and Interoperability     
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Office as a front-end? Weaknesses of HTTP? In this interview Simon Guest reveals how .NET and J2EE programs can play nicely together on the enterprise playground and why Web services are not the only choice....

Windows SharePoint Services (WSS 3.0) and Reporting services     
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This article explains how to integrate SQL Reporting Services with Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
To run SharePoint Services and Reporting services on a standalone server, the following components are needed:
* WSS 3.0
* SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services
* SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2
* Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Add-in for Microsoft...

FTP Client with VB.NET to Bridge Legacy Software     
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How to Access a File Transfer Protocol Site by Using Visual Basic .NET....

WPF is for developers, too     
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It's been a lot of fun seeing the excitement building around Windows® Presentation Foundation (WPF) in its first months in the wild. The introduction of Expression Blend™ has solidified WPF as the first user experience platform from Microsoft built with designers in mind. This designer empowerment has been made possible by XAML, an XML-based model for describing objects. In the case of WPF, XAML describes controls, styles, and animations. Being XML-based enables XAML to be much more toolable th...

Web Services Part II - Simple CBT     
Total Hits: 312  |  Today: 0Author: Exforsys      Rating:  
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Dr. Miller holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is currently a Lead Program Manager for Microsoft Corporation. His research work over the past 25 years has included parallel processing, programming languages, programming environments, computer security and collaborative systems. In addition, he created and managed the Technology and Society Domain at the World Wide Web Consortium , where he dealt with issues of child protection (PICS), privacy protection (P3P), securit...



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