Web Services Advanced Using XML for Framework 4

Duration : 1 Day (8 Hours)

Web Services Advanced Using XML for Framework 4 Course Overview:

The “Web Services Advanced Using XML for Framework 4” course is designed to equip students with the expertise to harness XML for robust Web service development and deployment. Through this course, students will master the design, creation, publication, and management of Web services utilizing Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). XML technologies will be employed to create applications that seamlessly access, transform, and deliver data from diverse systems. Further, students will delve into essential XML standards like SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI, fostering a comprehensive understanding of Web service technology for complex distributed applications. This course empowers learners to craft enterprise-level applications, ensuring secure, efficient, and accurate interoperability across platforms and technologies. Moreover, participants will grasp the intricacies of security, scalability, reliability, and performance optimization in distributed solutions, enabling the development of service-oriented architectures and applications. In sum, this course provides a comprehensive toolkit for proficiently developing and deploying intricate, distributed, service-oriented applications within the Windows ecosystem.

Intended Audience:

  • Experienced Software Developers
  • Web Developers
  • Application Architects
  • IT Professionals
  • System Analysts
  • Individuals with a solid understanding of web services and XML within the .NET Framework 4 environment, seeking advanced knowledge and skills in implementing complex web service solutions.

Learning Objectives of Web Services Advanced Using XML for Framework 4:

1. Understand the fundamentals of XML and how it can be used to create custom web services.
2. Learn to use the .NET Framework 4 to create, deploy, and access XML web services.
3. Acquire skills for designing(describing) complex data structures.
4. Develop proficiency in formatting messages for data exchange.
5. Learn how to develop web services using existing .NET technologies.
6. Demonstrate knowledge of troubleshooting techniques and debugging tools for web services.
7. Understand the principles of reliable messaging and security in web services.
8. Use the WS-* protocols to enhance the implementation of web services.

 Module 1: Web Services – Recap

  • Overview

 Module 2: Outbound Messages

  • Concepts behind sending data out of the product using Outbound Messages

 Module 3: JMS Overview

  • Overview of Java Message Services

 Module 4: Inbound JMS

  • Processing of JMS messages using the new Message Driven Beans functionality of XAI

 Module 5: Outbound JMS

  • Sending data out of the product using the Real Time JMS Sender

Web Services Advanced Using XML for Framework 4 Course Prerequisites:

No formal prerequisites are required in order to take the Web Services Advanced Using XML for Framework 4 training course. However, to get the most from the course, it is recommended that participants have:
• Experience with .NET
• Knowledge of web service development
• Working knowledge of the XML documents
• Understanding of the features and development tools in Visual Studio 2008 or greater

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