Web Services Security And More, Part 2: The Global XML Web Services Architecture (GXA)
By Joseph M. Chiusano, Booz Allen Hamilton – Published 05/20/2003
GXA is poised to play a major role in advancing the adoption of Web services through its robust specification of mechanisms for Web services. Here we focus on context authentication, site inspection, reliable message delivery, and addressing Web services and messages.
ebXML: Introducing The Vision
By Benoît Marchal – Published 05/12/2003
Do you know what ebXML is? ebXML is a global standard for electronic business being jointly developed by OASIS and UN/CEFACT.
Web Services Tutorial: Understanding XML And XML Schema—Part 1
By Ravi Trivedi – Published 04/23/2003
Now that you have an overall understanding of Web services and an introduction to XML, move on to the core building blocks. XML Schema is one of the key components of XML.
Ten Lessons Learned From An XML Developer
By Jeff Ryan – Published 04/21/2003
Are you getting started doing XML development? Have you been doing XML development for a while and want to see how you can get better in your craft? This article will try to help you learn the easy way, by building upon the successes and avoiding the failures of your peers.
Web Services Security And More: The Global XML Web Services Architecture (GXA)
By Joseph M. Chiusano, Booz Allen Hamilton – Published 03/27/2003
Learn about Global XML Web Services Architecture (GXA), the architecture for the next generation of XML Web Services. Get a snapshot of the specifications and see examples that illustrate the main concepts.
Transforming Flat Files To XML With SAX and XSLT
By Jeff Ryan – Published 03/11/2003
Use XSLT to transform non-XML data sources using SAX (Simple API for XML).
By Jeff Ryan – Published 03/07/2003
Jeff Ryan has collected the most used XML terms for your reference.
Castor Cures Your Data Binding Ills
By Thomas Hammell – Published 02/27/2003
This is not the Caster Oil you remember from your childhood. This Castor cures data-binding, Java objects, and XML problems.
Modeling One-To-Many Relationships With XML
By Jeff Ryan – Published 01/28/2003
Modeling isn’t just for databases anymore…..
Code Generation With XSL
By Jeff Ryan – Published 12/30/2002
When we think of XSL (eXtensible Stylesheet Language), we usually think of transforming XML into HTML, WML, or other XML formats. However, it’s also possible to transform XML into virtually any format. In this article, we’ll learn how to use XSL to generate Java programs.
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Learning WML – WAP Basics
By Steve Schafer –
How do you get content to mobile devices? One solution is to use WML (Wireless Markup Language).
In this first of a series of articles, learn the background of the wireless application protocol (WAP), how it works, and what you need to get started using it with WML.