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Building .NET Applications and Web Services : Application Development S. - Lonnie Wall

Building .NET Applications and Web Services

Application Development S.

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Published: 1st March 2002
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Written by real-world developers, this professional resource is the definitive guide to building and deploying .NET applications and Web services. You'll learn to create applications with XML, XSLT, and SOAP; write .NET classes; and develop interfaces using the examples and practical advice contained in this authoritative resource.

Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
Introductionp. xv
Overview of XML
The Windows Distributed Platformp. 3
Distributed Datap. 4
Distributed Componentsp. 9
Distributed Architecturesp. 13
Distributed Servicesp. 20
Summaryp. 27
XML Basicsp. 29
What Is XML and Why Is It Here?p. 30
XML Process Overviewp. 31
Self-Describing Datap. 32
Well-Formed XMLp. 33
Summaryp. 39
XML Schemasp. 41
Namespacesp. 43
XML Schemasp. 46
Summaryp. 67
The Document Object Model (DOM)p. 69
DOM Introductionp. 70
DOM Interface Specificationsp. 73
DOM Core Modulep. 75
DOM XML Modulep. 96
Understanding the Object Modelp. 98
Summaryp. 102
XSLTp. 105
XSLT and XSLp. 106
XPathp. 107
How XSLT Worksp. 107
Elements of Transformationp. 112
XPath Expressionsp. 135
Summaryp. 145
Taking Advantage of Structured Datap. 147
Understanding Structured Datap. 148
Using Structured XML Datap. 155
Stateless Architecturesp. 178
Summaryp. 183
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)p. 185
What Is SOAP?p. 186
SOAP Encodingp. 190
SOAP Messagesp. 206
Putting SOAP to Usep. 215
Summaryp. 217
Understanding Web Servicesp. 219
What Is a Web Service?p. 220
Designing Web Servicesp. 224
Building Web Servicesp. 231
Universal Discovery, Description, and Integration (UDDI)p. 250
Summaryp. 253
.NET Framework
Common Language Runtime (CLR)p. 257
Inside the .NET Frameworkp. 258
Developing .NET Applicationsp. 263
Lifecycle of an Applicationp. 282
Summaryp. 293
.NET Framework Classesp. 295
Inside the .NET Frameworkp. 296
Common Type Systemp. 297
Value Typesp. 304
Reference Typesp. 309
Framework Classesp. 319
Summaryp. 324
Integrating SQL Server 2000 with .NETp. 325
SQL Server 2000 and XMLp. 326
Returning Data as XMLp. 327
Writing Data to the Database Using XMLp. 338
Accessing SQL Server 2000 over HTTPp. 342
Summaryp. 353
ADO.NET Overviewp. 355
Evolution of ADOp. 356
ADO.NET Object Modelsp. 357
Performance: DataAdapter Versus DataReaderp. 375
OLE DB Managed Providerp. 379
Summaryp. 382
ADO.NET DataSetsp. 385
DataSet Classp. 386
Using DataSetsp. 387
DataSets and XMLp. 399
Putting It All Togetherp. 403
Summaryp. 413
.NET Services and Applications
ASP.NET Web Servicesp. 417
ASP.NET Web Servicesp. 420
Building a Web Service with .NETp. 420
Consuming Web Servicesp. 442
Securing a .NET Web Servicep. 448
Web Service Designp. 454
Summaryp. 457
ASP.NETp. 459
ASP.NET Web Pagesp. 460
Web Page Eventsp. 460
Postbacksp. 477
ASP.NET Controlsp. 478
Summaryp. 506
Windows Formsp. 507
New Windows Applicationp. 508
New Controlsp. 530
Remote Deploymentp. 541
Integrating with Javap. 549
Summaryp. 554
Debugging .NET Applicationsp. 557
Debugging .NET Applicationsp. 558
Debugging Multithreaded Applicationsp. 567
Remote Debuggingp. 568
Summaryp. 574
Indexp. 577
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ISBN: 9780072130478
ISBN-10: 0072130474
Series: Application Development S.
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 612
Published: 1st March 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 19.1  x 3.1
Weight (kg): 1.04