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Hospital Simplifies Integration with InterSystems

Holland Hospital is using InterSystems Corp.’s Ensemble object-based integration and development platform to drive improvements in patient care. IT execs at Holland said they especially liked how the Ensemble SQL-compliant object database made it easy to rapidly connect to a variety of systems.

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Architect FAQ for WS-Security Projects

Two key events for web services security this week: (a) The RSA Security convenes in San Francisco; and (b) OASIS wraps up final comments on its plan to secure SOAP attachments via WS-Security. To give architects and devs some hands-on perspectives on securing web services projects, IDN spoke with Mark O'Neill, a leading web services security expert author.

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Expert Tips for Securing Web Services

The lead author of one of the most comprehensive books on web services security offers some key tips for designing and deploying security for enterprise-based web services projects. Devs should prep for attacks on their SQL, directory and URL strings. Take a look.

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Hands-On: Building Asynchronous Web Services

How do web services devs best to deliver guaranteed two-way (asynchronous) communications to confirm transactions, update databases and otherwise make sure both ends of the web service are in synch? IDN has gathered some great resources (code sets, techniques, advice) from your fellow developers to help you take asynchronous web services head-on.

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IDN Offers Developers SOAP 1.2 JumpStart Kit

The W3C has finally published SOAP 1.2 as a formal standard, setting the Internet-based remote procedure call standard a core foundation for multi-platform web services. To mark the event, IDN presents a Developer JumpStart Kit for SOAP, amassing major SOAP assets for the developer. Click here for info on SOAP specs, Case Studies and tips from IDN, as well as from Apache, SoapBuilders, Soapware and even Microsoft (for free stuff).

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W3C Adopts SOAP 1.2; IDN Offers Dev JumpStart Kit

The W3C last week officially published SOAP 1.2 as a formal standard, setting the Internet-based remote procedure call as a core foundation for multi-platform web services. To mark the event, IDN presents a Developer JumpStart Kit for SOAP, amassing major SOAP assets for the developer. Get info on SOAP specs, Case Studies and tips from experts from all over, including Apache, SoapBuilders, Microsoft, Java experts, Soapware and many others.

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SOAP 1.2 Marks Start of Web Services Testing Era

ZapThink, a Waltham, Mass.-based research firm, predicts the release of SOAP 1.2 will fuel the search for -- and development of -- tools and technologies that help developers (and sysadmins) make sure that the web services they build today will work optimally. If you're preparing for SOAP 1.2, take a tour of the web services management options that await you.

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How Web Services Can Boost Dev Productivity

In this case study, IDN takes a look at how the proper use of .Net, SOAP and XML tools and "project targeting" strategies are fueling developer productivity. The proper combo of tools, talents and the right project are enabling one developer to do the work of three at one dev shop, even when taking on tough custom GUI and integration projects.

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SOAP Cleaned Up for Real-World Deployments

The SOAP scum is clearing up. After rigorous testing, fixing and review, the W3C says a final SOAP 1.2 spec could be out next month. Further, the legal clouds that hung over royalty-free SOAP have dissipated, as the vendors threatening to sue for property rights have changed their minds. See our report on what W3C says is real, along with code samples.

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Expert Tips for Building Web Services Security

In this exclusive interview with IDN, Mark O'Neill, author of Web Services Security from McGraw-Hill, takes developers through other technologies and trends for building XML and web services security in 2003. Code samples, templates and an expert outlook on how to navigate a sea of emerging standards are all included.

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WS-Security Set To Become a Core Standard

The lead author of a comprehensive book on web services security expects WS-Security to become a foundation standard for securing web services, and tells developers to dismiss remaining debates as mute. Mark O'Neill, author of Web Services Security, shares with IDN various insights on a wide range of security topics, with sample code thrown in for "safe" measure.

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WS-I Sets Basic Profile for Interoperable Web Services

The WS-I has released a working draft of its first Basic Profile document. It provides developers an exhaustive list of implementation guidelines for how to use SOAP, WSDL and XML Schema to help ensure projects will interoperate with other systems. IDN looks in-depth at these specs for messaging, service description, discovery and security in our Q&A with a key WS-I exec.

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