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Download: WS-I Testing Tools Ease Dev Pains

The Web Services Interoperability Organization has released a pair of testing tools for devs building web services to help them make sure their services will interoperate with others across the enterprise or the wide area. IDN speaks with a WS-I exec to get insights on how devs can begin using the Java and C# tools, and learned how WS-I may prompt better vendor standards.

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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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Devs Can Download First WS-I Interoperability Tests

Devs can now download the first set of WS-I interoperability testing tools aimed at ensuring compliance with its Basic Profile 1.0. See what's in the key tests for making sure that vendor and end user implementations of web services will work across Java, C#/.NET and legacy environments.

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Downloads: WS-I Issues First Interoperability Tests

The WS-I has released the first set of interoperability testing tools aimed at helping vendors and enterprise developers ensure compliance with its Basic Profile 1.0, the key to making sure their implemented web services will work across Java, C#/.NET and legacy environments. Download the first prerelease tests and read what they will do -- and won't -- for "out-of-the-box" web services interoperability testing.

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