• Making REST, SOAP, API mashup choices

    Expert Amy Reichert discusses API mashups, REST and SOAP.

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  • When working with a new API design, do you tend to gravitate toward REST or SOAP?

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  • How do I receive an XML and media file being sent from REST and received by SOAP?

    I'm trying to receive both the XML file (with the image/video) and the image/video file into a SOAP server. The files are POSTed from a REST server. Can you help explain how to receive these files and place them in a SQL database?

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  • Which is more secure: RESTful or SOAP based web services?

    I am new to web services and want to learn about it. I have tried both SOAP and restful webserviuces. I have following queries: SOAP or Restful: Which is more secure? Can we have HTTPS based URLs for Restful web services? Do we have any inbuilt support for security for web services in any...

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  • What is REST vs. SOAP?

    "I've heard that comparing REST vs. SOAP is like comparing Apples to Oranges, do you agree/disagree and why?"

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  • SOAP and NAT

    I know that DCOM does not work with NAT. Does W2K/Soap/COM offer any solutions to make an application work with NAT?

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  • Quick Takes: SOAPdish

    Microsoft updates tools for building Web services with Visual Studio and Internet Explorer As reported earlier in our news section, Microsoft has two new SOAP-related technologies to help developers build and use Web services.

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  • How will SOAP impact .Net application development?

    This tip comes from InformIT and examines the prospects of .Net development with other systems with the use of SOAP.

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  • Writing a SOAP message header handler

    Write your own Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) message header handler with this SOAP example from CICS expert Robert Crawford.

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  • CICS and Web services: Ready to go

    CICS is well-prepared for the future of IT: Web services. When a client creates and sends a SOAP message from CICS, and inside the SOAP header is a URI identifying the desired Web service. CICS receives the request and parses the SOAP header to find the incoming URI. It then looks through its...

    SearchDataCenter2,780 pointsBadges:

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