DOM for Web Services, Part 3
In the final part of his series on processing SOAP using W3C DOM, Faheem Khan
covers Apache Xerces-J and explains when using DOM is appropriate.
DOM for Web Services, Part 2
This article shows how to use Microsoft's Document Object Model (DOM)
implementation to create a user interface for a web service from a WSDL file, with
both in Internet Explorer and using ASP.NET. It provides a gentle introduction to
programmatic use of the DOM.
DOM for Web Services, Part 1
In this first part of a three-part series, Faheem Khan introduces the application
of the W3C's Document Object Model in processing web services. He also gives an overview
the main two DOM processors in use, Apache Xerces and Microsoft's MSXML.
XML Transactions for Web Services, Part 3
In the third and final part of our series on web services transactions, Faheem
Kham examines the WS-Transaction spec's Business Activities, a way of handling long
collections of transactions.
XML Transactions for Web Services, Part 2
In the second installment of our series on web service transactions, Faheem Khan
examines in detail the operation of atomic transactions in an example enterprise application
scenario, using the WS-Coordination and WS-Transaction specifications.
XML Transactions for Web Services, Part 1
This first article in three part series describing transactional web services
introduces the service oriented architecture, federation of web services, and the
coordination and transactions.