.NET Web Services Solutions
For example, you'll learn to connect to a database using ADO.NET operations, carry out the exchange of binary files, and extend the reach of your web service so that it touches e-mail, fax machines, mobile devices, and remote PCs. You'll master techniques for making your web service available to other programs--but you'll also discover ways to control its availability through authentication and encryption.
Part I: Laying the Foundation.
Chapter 1: Taking Web Services for a Test Drive.
Chapter 2: Creating Your First Web Services.
Chapter 3: Accessing Web Services from within HTML Pages.
Chapter 4: Looking Behind the Scenes at Web Service Protocols.
Chapter 5: Looking at Key Operations.
Part II: Publishing Your .NET Web Services.
Chapter 6: Making .NET Web Services Available to Others.
Chapter 7: Connecting Web Services to Databases.
Chapter 8: Authenticating Users within .NET Services.
Chapter 9: Securing Communication between a Web Service and a Client.
Chapter 10: Extending the Lines of Communication.
Chapter 11: Integrating Binary Data into .NET Web Services.
Part III: Advanced Concepts.
Chapter 12: Examining Key Web Service Files.
Chapter 13: Unlocking Remote Access.
Chapter 14: Improving Web Page Performance.
Chapter 15: Making Money with Web Services.
Chapter 16: Putting It All Together.
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