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April 9th, 2016 by editor



This video demonstration will cover the enabling of authentication and authorization of Web Services in CA Single Sign-On r12.52 (formerly CA SiteMinder).
Looking for more training? Visit http://marketplace.ca.com/education/04smr20290.html for an overview of the new and expanded functionality, plus the prerequisites and configuration steps to enable the features using CA SiteMinder and CA SiteMinder Federation.
Don’t forget to check out the entire suite of training for CA Single Sign-On r12.52 (http://www.ca.com/us/~/media/Files/LearningPaths/ca-single-sign-on.pdf).

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January 31st, 2016 by editor



http://idcee.org/p/steffen-krause/

Steffen Krause talks about Architecture Best Practices for web applications on Amazon Web Service on the Tech Stage of IDCEE 2013.

Check out his presentation here:

IDCEE 2013: Architecture Best Practices for web applications on Amazon Web Service – Steffen Krause (Tech Evangelist @ Amazon Web Services) from IDCEE

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December 11th, 2015 by editor



Compléments au livre
“Les Web Services
Concevoir et utiliser des Applications 2.0 : C#, Java, PHP, API Javascript, Androïd SDK, iOS SDK”

Editeur : Ellipses Market (23 avril 2013)
Collection : TECHNOSUP
ISBN-10: 2729880631
ISBN-13: 978-2729880637

Pour l’acquérir, c’est par ici :
http://www.amazon.fr/Services-Concevoir-Utiliser-Applications-Javscript/dp/2729880631/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1359454514&sr=1-1

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December 8th, 2015 by editor



MyEclipse 2015 brings you enhanced web technologies and streamlined production support for PhoneGap mobile applications.

Learn more at http://ow.ly/GQ7Cp

With JavaScript code assist, Tern.js multi-framework support (including Angular JS), support for popular REST services, mobile application support, and back-end server and usability improvements, you are now able to adopt key technologies faster, focus more on coding, and get your applications to market sooner.

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December 8th, 2015 by editor



TP pour créer une application distribuée qui permet de gérer des cargaisons contenant des marchandises. il existe deux types de cargaisons Routières et Aérienne. La ‘application se compose d’une couche métier basée sur EJB et d’une couche service basée sur deux services web SOAP et REST. l’application est déployée dans une serveur d’application JBoss 7. L’environnement de développement étant Eclipse

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December 7th, 2015 by editor

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December 6th, 2015 by editor



Link for code samples used in the demo
http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2013/11/part-1-introduction-to-aspnet-web.html

Link for all dot net and sql server video tutorial playlists
http://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists

In this video, we will discuss
1. Creating a simple asp.net web service
2. Technologies (HTTP, XML, SOAP) that are used with asp.net web services

Please Note: ASMX web services are a legacy technology. Most of the companies are now using WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) to build XML Web services and XML Web service clients. However, this course will be useful for those who are searching for a job as a dot net developer as there are some companies still using ASMX web services today, and could ask interview questions related to them.

In WCF video series we will discuss building XML Web Services and clients.

What are web services and why should we use web services?
Web services are a standardized way for developing interoperable applications i.e enabling an application to invoke a method of another application. These applications can be on the same computer or different computers. Web services use open standards and protocols like HTTP, XML and SOAP. Since these are open and well known protocols, applications built on any platform can interoperate with web services. For example, a JAVA application can interoperate with a web service built using .NET. Similarly a web service built using JAVA can be consumed by a .NET application.

Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the protocl widely used by web services to send and receive messages.
The messaging protocol is SOAP. SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol. SOAP messages are in XML format.

Building ASP.NET web services
Building ASP.NET web services is easy. Here are the steps.
Step 1: Create a an ASP.NET Empty Web Application and name it WebServicesDemo.

Step 2: Right click on WebServicesDemo project in solution explorer and add – New Item. From the Add New Item dialog box select Web Service. Change the name of the WebService1.asmx to CalculatorWebServices.asmx.

Web Services have .asmx extension. For this reason web services are also often called as ASMX web services.

Notice that a webservice is a class that is decorated with [WebService] attribute and inherits from System.Web.Services.WebService base class. The [WebService] attribute tells that the this class contains the code for a web service. WebService Namespace is used to uniquely identify your web service on the internet from other services that are already there on the Web. WebService Namespace can be any string, but it is common to give it a company’s internet domain name as they are usually unique. Something like
[WebService(Namespace = “http://pragimtech.com/webservices”)]

It is not mandatory for a web service to inherit from System.Web.Services.WebService base class. However, if the web service has to use ASP.NET session or application state objects, then inheriting from System.Web.Services.WebService base class will provide direct access to these asp.net objects.

To allow a web service to be called from Javascript, using ASP.NET AJAX, then decorate the web service class with [System.Web.Script.Services.ScriptService] attribute. In a later video session, we will discuss calling a web service using asp.net AJAX.

Step 3: Copy and paste the following code in CalculatorWebServices.asmx
using System.Web.Services;
namespace WebServicesDemo

[WebService(Namespace = “http://pragimtech.com/webservices”)]
[WebServiceBinding(ConformsTo = WsiProfiles.BasicProfile1_1)]
[System.ComponentModel.ToolboxItem(false)]
public class CalculatorWebServices : System.Web.Services.WebService

[WebMethod]
public int Add(int firstNumber, int secondNumber)

return firstNumber + secondNumber;

Notice that, the CalculatorWebServices class contains a single method called Add(). This method adds 2 numbers and return the sum. This method is decorated with [WebMethod] attribute. If you want the method exposed as part of the Web service, then the method must be public and should be decorated with [WebMethod] attribute. This attribute has got several properties which can be used to configure the behavior of the XML Web service method. We will discuss these properties in a later video session.

At this point we are done building a web service. Run the application by pressing CTRL + F5.

Notice that the Add() method that we created in the web service is displayed on the page. Clicking on the method name will take you to page where you can test the method. This page also shows the format of the SOAP request and response messages.

SOAP 1.2 is a new version with some major changes. For all the differences between them please refer to the following link
http://www.w3.org/2003/06/soap11-soap12.html

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December 5th, 2015 by editor



http://zerotoprotraining.com Introduction to Web Services

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December 2nd, 2015 by editor

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December 1st, 2015 by editor



Ce cours présente les concepts de base liés aux web services. cette présentation s’articule sur les points suivants :
– Exigences des systèmes logiciels
– Architecture distribuée
– Le cas de l’architecture JEE
– Le rôle des web service
– Protocole HTTP
– L’idée des Web Services (HTTP, XML, SOAP)
– Les concepts fondamentaux des web services (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI)
– Architecture (Client SOAP, Fournisseur de service, UDDI)
– Mise en oeuvre des web service avec JaxWS
– Présentation de JaxB (Mapping XML Java)
– Structure d’un Web Service JaxWS
– La suite sera présentée dans une autre vidéo qui montre l’aspect pratique à sa voir:
– Création d’un web service dans une application Java classique
– Consommation du web service par l’outil SoapUI
– Création d’un client Java
– Création d’un client Dot Net (Windows Form Application)
– Création d’un Client Web JSP basé sur Tomcat
– Création d’un Client Web PHP basé sur le serveur web Apache
Bon apprentissage à Tous

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