Web Services Protocol Stack

Understanding the Web Services infrastructure requires that you have some exposure to XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI. As a developer of XML Web Services, you are not creating anything from the ground up because the infrastructure already exists. Instead, you leverage the existing technology by using standard Web protocols such as XML and HTTP.

Borland provides an easy way to create, deploy, and use Web Services without the worries of back-end processing so you can focus more on designing your services.

The following topics provide the conceptual background to understand how the protocol stack contributes to Web Services functionality.

  • How Web Services access and expose their services via the Web.
  • How XML passes information through standard SOAP and HTTP.
  • How a client can identify a Web Service offering.
  • How Web Services are discovered and accessed.
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