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  • Anuraj Singh
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    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 7, 2000
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      alphaWorks - Free IBM Research Software Technologies
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      XML and Web Services DE - Updated on: 11/30/2000


      The IBM XML and Web Services Development Environment is the first
      development environment that creates open, platform-neutral Web services
      for deployment across heterogeneous systems. This tool allows HTML, Java,
      SQL and XML developers to quickly extend existing e-business applications
      so that they can deliver business informational Web services. Database
      developers can also use SQL as a programming language to quickly build
      data-aware Web services. Web developers can create Web services with
      minimal knowledge of Java, XML or SOAP.


      Free Download Here

      http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/wsde?open&l=webserlst,t=gr,tech=wsde

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      Web Services Toolkit - Updated on: 11/15/2000

      Web services are self-describing, self-contained, modular applications that
      can be mixed and matched with other Web services to create innovative
      products, processes, and value chains. Web services are Internet
      applications that fulfill a specific task or a set of tasks that work with
      many other web services in an interoperable manner to carry out their part
      of a complex work flow or a business transaction. In essence, they enable
      just-in-time application integration and these web applications can be
      dynamically changed by the creation of new web services.
      Free Download Here

      http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/webservicestoolkit?open&l=webserlst,t=gr,tech=webservicetoolkit



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      developerWorks - need it? get it !
      http://www.ibm.com/developer/?open&l=webserlst,t=gr,p=dwhp

      Helpful articles from developerWorks for anyone interested in learning XML


      Using WSDL in SOAP applications


      An introduction to WSDL for SOAP programmers


      This article provides a brief background and technical introduction to
      WSDL. Knowledge of XML and XML Namespaces is required and some familiarity
      with XML Schemas and SOAP is useful.Web Services Description Language
      (WDSL) is a new specification to describe networked XML-based services. It
      provides a simple way for service providers to describe the basic format of
      requests to their systems regardless of the underlying protocol (such as
      Simple Object Access Protocol or XML) or encoding (such as Multipurpose
      Internet Messaging Extensions). WSDL is a key part of the effort of the
      Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) initiative to
      provide directories and descriptions of such on-line services for
      electronic business.


      http://www-4.ibm.com/software/developer/library/ws-soap/index.html?dwzone=components

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      Tutorial: Web services -- the Web's next revolution


      Web services are a new breed of Web application. They are self-contained,
      self-describing, modular applications that can be published, located, and
      invoked across the Web. Web services perform functions, which can be
      anything from simple requests to complicated business processes. A sample
      Web service might provide stock quotes or process credit card transactions.
      Once a Web service is deployed, other applications (and other Web services)
      can discover and invoke the deployed service.


      http://www2.software.ibm.com/developer/education.nsf/webservices-onlinecourse-bytitle/BA84142372686CFB862569A400601C18?OpenDocument

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      Web services checkpoint


      Rod Smith looks at how far Web services has come and outlines some of the
      coming plans for this technology from the developers working on the
      specifications and the software.


      http://www-4.ibm.com/software/developer/library/ws-check.html?dwzone=ws



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    • anurajs@us.ibm.com
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      Message 2 of 2 , Dec 14, 2000
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        alphaWorks - Free IBM Research Software Technologies
        http://www.alphaWorks.ibm.com/aw.nsf/?open&l=webserlst,t=gr,p=awhp

        XML and Web Services DE - Updated on: 11/30/2000
        The IBM XML and Web Services Development Environment is the first
        development environment that creates open, platform-neutral Web
        services for deployment across heterogeneous systems. This tool
        allows HTML, Java, SQL and XML developers to quickly extend existing
        e-business applications so that they can deliver business
        informational Web services. Database developers can also use SQL as a
        programming language to quickly build data-aware Web services. Web
        developers can create Web services with minimal knowledge of Java,
        XML or SOAP.

        Free Download Here

        http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/wsde?
        open&l=webserlst,t=gr,tech=wsde

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        Web Services Toolkit - Updated on: 11/15/2000
        Web services are self-describing, self-contained, modular
        applications that can be mixed and matched with other Web services to
        create innovative products, processes, and value chains. Web services
        are Internet applications that fulfill a specific task or a set of
        tasks that work with many other web services in an interoperable
        manner to carry out their part of a complex work flow or a business
        transaction. In essence, they enable just-in-time application
        integration and these web applications can be dynamically changed by
        the creation of new web services.
        Free Download Here

        http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/webservicestoolkit?
        open&l=webserlst,t=gr,tech=webservicetoolkit



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        developerWorks - need it? get it !
        http://www.ibm.com/developer/?open&l=webserlst,t=gr,p=dwhp

        Helpful articles from developerWorks for anyone interested in
        learning XML

        Using WSDL in SOAP applications
        An introduction to WSDL for SOAP programmers
        This article provides a brief background and technical introduction
        to WSDL. Knowledge of XML and XML Namespaces is required and some
        familiarity with XML Schemas and SOAP is useful.Web Services
        Description Language (WDSL) is a new specification to describe
        networked XML-based services. It provides a simple way for service
        providers to describe the basic format of requests to their systems
        regardless of the underlying protocol (such as Simple Object Access
        Protocol or XML) or encoding (such as Multipurpose Internet Messaging
        Extensions). WSDL is a key part of the effort of the Universal
        Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) initiative to provide
        directories and descriptions of such on-line services for electronic
        business.
        http://www-4.ibm.com/software/developer/library/ws-soap/index.html?
        dwzone=components?open&l=webserlst,t=gr,p=ws-soap
        <>-<>

        Tutorial: Web services -- the Web's next revolution
        Web services are a new breed of Web application. They are self-
        contained, self-describing, modular applications that can be
        published, located, and invoked across the Web. Web services perform
        functions, which can be anything from simple requests to complicated
        business processes. A sample Web service might provide stock quotes
        or process credit card transactions. Once a Web service is deployed,
        other applications (and other Web services) can discover and invoke
        the deployed service.
        http://www2.software.ibm.com/developer/education.nsf/webservices-
        onlinecourse-bytitle/BA84142372686CFB862569A400601C18?
        open&l=webserlst,t=gr,p=webservices-onlinecourse-bytitle
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        Web services checkpoint
        Rod Smith looks at how far Web services has come and outlines some of
        the coming plans for this technology from the developers working on
        the specifications and the software.
        http://www-4.ibm.com/software/developer/library/ws-check.html?
        dwzone=ws?open&l=webserlst,t=gr,p=ws-check

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