XML, Web Services, and the Problems of Enterprise-Level Data Exchange
- Is there magic in Web services? Burns, Michael // CA Magazine;Jun/Jul2008, Vol. 141 Issue 5, p14
The article presents the author's view on the significance of web services and extensible markup language (XML) in companies. According to the author, XML and web services are the best solution in dealing with problems in partner trading integration. In addition, the idea about web services is...
- Merging the Worlds of the Mainframe and the Web. Hankison, Ron // Database Trends & Applications;Aug2004, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p16
This article discusses the interaction of data between Internet services and the Extensible Markup Language (XML). The goal of Web services is to provide a mechanism with which data can be provided and consumed using cross-platform standards. XML, on the other hand, is composed of a set of...
- Model-Based Data Engineering for Web Services. Tolk, Andreas; Diallo, Saikou Y.; Clarke, Siobhán // IEEE Internet Computing;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p65
This article focuses on model-based data engineering for Web services. In particular the article discusses its application in the military operations domain. Data management is the main intellectual process in the data engineering chain. It identifies and describes data elements, and maps...
- Wrestling XML Down To Size: Reducing The Burden On Networks And Servers. Kobielus, James // Business Communications Review;Dec2004, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p35
This article discusses various issues related to extensible markup language (XML) in relation to computer networks, servers, and Web services. The article author views that XML is in the bloodstream of Web services, but sometimes the plasma doesn't flow as efficiently as one would wish. XML's...
- The rise of XML-awareness. Kuznetsov, Eugene // Communications News;Nov2004, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p43
This article focuses on the extensible markup language (XML). XML is a collective term for a family of protocols that are the foundation for Web services. These new Web services promise a low-cost and efficient way to connect and exchange data with trading partners, customers and employees. XML...
- Web Services: What's Real and What's Not? Ma, Kevin J. // IT Professional;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p14
The article focuses on the issues surrounding web services which is any service provided over the Internet. Web services use XML as the data format, Internet Protocols for transport and one or a combination of the Simple Object Access Protocol, the Web Services Description Language or universal...
- Creating GUIs for Web Services. Kassoff, Michael; Kato, Daishi; Mohsin, Waqar // IEEE Internet Computing;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p66
Describes the architecture of the Web service GUI (WSGUI) and the XML documents required to deploy a WSGUI. Features of WSGUI; Specific order of a typical GUIDD document's structure. INSET: Related Work on Web-Based GUIs.
- SPELLING Success. Sinclair, Ken // Engineered Systems;Jan2004, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p40
Discusses the initiatives and views about the two acronyms, XML and oBIX, in relation to heating and ventilation industry (HVAC). Adoptation of XML and Web services in information technology industry; Importance of oBIX; Impact of XML and oBIX in HVAC.
- 2005 XML Symposium aims to prepare HVAC industry for IT convergence. // Engineered Systems;Nov2004, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p62
Focuses on the second annual XML Symposium to be held on February 9, 2005 in Orlando, Florida. Goals of the event; Benefits to the heating, ventilating and air conditioning community.