AD3000-ASP.NET Web Services

stizzahaddockDéveloppement de logiciels

14 déc. 2013 (il y a 7 années et 7 mois)

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Web Services



In this course, you will build a solid foundation for the development of Web services and gain an understanding of how
commonly used protocols can impact your development effort. You will learn how to create and consume ASP
Web services, describe your Web service so that others can use it, and publish the details of your Web service’s
exposed method. You will also discover how current and evolving standards, such as XML Schema and WS
can be integrated into Web
service development.

In this course you will learn to…

Learn to create and consume ASP.NET Web services

Gain an understanding of how the SOAP protocol acts as the underlying transport for Web services.

Utilize the XML Schema standard to define and va
lidate SOAP documents

Discover how to solve common development issues by using both current and evolving standards, such as WS
Security, WS
Routing and WS

The course materials assume that the student is familiar with Visual

Basic. Some familiarity with Visual
Basic .NET and Visual Studio .NET (ability to recognize namespaces and directives) is useful, as well as familiarity
with creating Internet applications.

Introduction to ASP.NET Web Services

An Introduction to We
b Services

Based Development

What Are Web Services?

Web Service Terminology

XML Refresher

Web Service Request Architecture

Creating a Web Service

The Web Service Puzzle

Configuring Your Environment

Implementing a Web Service

Testing You
r Web Service

Deploying Your Web Service

Consuming a Web Service

The Basics of Consumption

Consuming with Visual Basic 6

Consuming with Classic ASP

Consuming with Visual Basic .NET

Describing Your Web Service

What Is WSDL?

The WSDL Specification

Generating the WSDL File

Customizing the WSDL File

Publishing Your Web Service

The Publish/Find/Bind Cycle

Publish the Web Service

Finding a Web Service

Design Decisions for Web Services

Coupling and Web Service Design

Designing a Web Service

ementing a Web Service

Other Design Issues


SOAP: Not Just For Hands Anymore

What is SOAP?

SOAP in Action

SOAP Encoding

XML Schemas

XML Schema Defined

XML Namespaces

XML Schema Elements

Validation Using XML Schemas

Web Service A

Web Service Security Basics

Windows Authentication

Forms and Passport Authentication

Making the Choice


Custom Authentication

Improving Web Service Performance

Performance for Web Services

Common Performance Bottlenecks

erformance Enhancing Techniques

Designing for Scalability

Web Service Transactions

Transaction Concepts

Phase Commit



Windows Transactions

Interacting with the SOAP Message

Processing a SOAP Message

HTTP Modules

HTTP Handlers

SOAP Extensions

Web Service Instrumentation

The Goal of Instrumentation




Failure Rate


Calling SOAP from the Client

Improving the User Experience

DHTML Behaviors

The WebService Behavio