6. Web Services Applications

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Nov 3, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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Module Description


Code:


Version:

1

Approval Status:

Pending

Title:

WEB SERVICES APPLICATIONS

Award
:

Network
Computing


Contact

E
-
mail Address

VLE



Blackboard


Pattern Of Delivery

Credits

Contact
Hours

Independent
Study Hours

Total
Learn
ing
Hours

Description of Pattern
of Delivery

15

48

102

150

Pattern 1, study 100% in
period 1




Site

Larissa Greece


Registration Conditions

Module Version Condition Text

None



Module Details

Assessment
Details

An assignment weighted at 50%

an
d Coursework weighted at 50%


Coursework (Learning outcomes 1,2,3,4
)

The coursework will be based on a case study that will require you
to design and implement a
unique web service

to satisfy specified
functional objectives.



Indicative
Content

Servic
e
-
Oriented Architectures

Realization of SOA and SOAP

Messaging Frameworks

Web Services Addressing

Metadata Description

Web Services Description Language (WSDL)

Metadata Discovery

Reliable interactions

Web Service compositions

Learning
Strategies

The mater
ial will be presented through a combination of lectures,
practical exercises, tutorials, and directed self
-
study as

appropriate for each topic. Where appropriate, Virtual Learning
Environments will be used as part of the delivery. Delivery will be
2 lectur
es and 2 practicals/tutorials per week.

(1:n)2 (1:20)2

Prospectus
Information

This module addresses a range of concepts, issues and practices
covering the
study and the
development of
web services
.

Resources

Access to the library, journals and web
-
based
resources

Appropriate mobile software development kits/environments

J2SE/
J2ME/Embedded Visual Studio/Macromedia Flash
Comp
act/CE.NET

Special
Admissions
Requirements

Knowledge of either Java, C++ and/or C# is required
.


Texts

Web Services Platform Archite
cture: SOAP, WSDL, WS
-
Policy, WS
-
Addressing, WS
-
BPEL, WS
-
Reliable Messaging, and More

By Sanjiva

Weerawarana, Francisco

Curbera, Frank

Leymann,
Tony

Storey, Donald

F.

Ferguson Prentice Hall PTR ISBN: 0
-
13
-
148874
-
0


Java Web Services By David Chappell Tyler

Jewell Publisher:
O'Reilly First Edition March 2002 ISBN: 0
-
596
-
00269
-
6, 276 pages


Enterprise SOA: Designing IT for Business Innovation

By Thomas

Mattern, Dan

Woods

Publisher: O'Reilly Print ISBN
-
10: 0
-
596
-
10238
-
0


Learning Outcome
s

1. BUILD SMALL
-
SCA
LE
WEB SERVICE
APPLICATIONS.

Application

2. EXPLAIN AND APPLY SYSTEMATICALLY,
DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR
WEB SERVICE

COMPUTING APPLICATIONS AND SYSTEMS.

Enquiry

Practical Artefact Development

3. EXPLAIN THE KEY TEC
HNOLOGIES THAT
COMPRISE A WEB SERVICE ARCHI
TECTURE
.

Enquiry

4. JUDGE CRI
TICALLY AND EVALUATE WEB
SERVICE

COMPUTING SOLUTIONS TO SUPPORT
APPLICATION DOMAINS.

Application