.Net web services architecture and implementation by Keith Ballinger

By Keith Ballinger

Addresses the difficulty of why internet companies exist, and the way to create them utilizing Microsoft .NET. includes a lot of code and plenty of operating examples. Softcover.

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NET creates services that merely map documents inside of SOAP messages to methods. This mapping is a programming model, and not strictly speaking a remote method call. But 37 38 Section 7 of the SOAP specification does describe how to do method invocations. The discussion here relies heavily on the encoding described in Section 5 of the SOAP specification: an RPC call with encoded XML, or RPC encoded. Basically, it states that you can model a method call as a struct and that you can do so without using Section 5 encoding.

Because the use will be document literal by default, nothing special needs to be done on that end. 5 shows a short example. 6. SoapHttpClientProtocol. Each method that is making a Web service call does little work, other than calling the base class method Invoke. You seldom will need to build these client classes yourself, but if you do, the following section explains what you need to know. Building Document-Encoded Clients To build a client that sends the message as encoded SOAP, you basically need to do two things.

41 42 NOTE Don't implement the asynchronous pattern if your Web method isn't doing any work that uses IOCompletion ports. You will end up hurting your performance if you do. Note that regardless of whether you implement your method asynchronously or synchronously, there will still be a single request and response over the wire. In other words, the SOAP will look exactly the same. Using SOAP Headers SOAP headers are one of the most interesting things about SOAP. They allow for all kinds of useful extensibility.

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