Add to Favorites    Make Home Page 198 Online  

 Language Categories  
 Our Services  

XML » Tips and Tutorials » Web Services » Tip: Passing files to a Web service

A D V E R T I S E M E N T

Search Projects & Source Codes:



Title Tip: Passing files to a Web service
Platform n/a
Price Free
Author Visit Author Website
Website Visit Website of - Tip: Passing files to a Web service
Category XML » Tips and Tutorials » Web Services
Hits 675
Description In this tip, learn about the different solutions available for passing binary data (typically files) to a Web service. The evolution of Web service protocols has gone from supporting very simple requests with simple parameters to fully supporting modern, object-oriented languages. XML-RPC, arguably one of the earliest forms of Web services, only supported simple types -- strings, integers, booleans, and the like. SOAP took this one step further with its encoding rules for objects. The last step -- improving on the binary -- came with SOAP with attachments. SOAP with attachments was originally introduced as an extension to SOAP 1.1, and it is supported by the major SOAP kits. Although SOAP 1.2, the official W3C release, does not support attachments yet, work is under way to include them in the (ideally) near future.

A D V E R T I S E M E N T




Google Groups Subscribe to SourceCodesWorld - Techies Talk
Email:


Free eBook - Interview Questions: Get over 1,000 Interview Questions in an eBook for free when you join JobsAssist. Just click on the button below to join JobsAssist and you will immediately receive the Free eBook with thousands of Interview Questions in an ebook when you join.


Scripts Related to - Tip: Passing files to a Web service

Script Name

Using PHP and MySQL to build XML Web Services

A simple introduction to using PHP and MySQL to create XML Web Services. In this tutorial you will be shown how to create dynamic RSS news feeds from a backend MySQL database, PHP source code included.

UDDI Overview

This presentation offers an overview about UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration), a specification for distributed Web-based information registries of Web services.

Peer-to-peer communications using XML

XML is a critical ingredient in peer-to-peer information sharing schemes, including grid computing, instant messaging, and Web services. This article explores the cutting-edge efforts intended to create a unified P2P fabric based on adaptations of existing XML technology.

Deploying Web services with WSDL

In the Deploying Web services with WSDL series, htis article will explore all major technical aspects of creating, deploying, and publishing Web services -- from Web Services Markup Language (WSDL), to Simple Object access Protocol (SOAP), and Universal Description Discovery and Integration (UDDI) registries. Part 1 focuses on WSDL authoring: You will learn how to manually create a WSDL interface, and then compare your effort with the output of a WSDL authoring tool.

Google Search

Google

Source Codes World.com is a part of Vyom Network.

Vyom Network : Web Hosting | Dedicated Server | Free SMS, GRE, GMAT, MBA | Online Exams | Freshers Jobs | Software Downloads | Interview Questions | Jobs, Discussions | Placement Papers | Free eBooks | Free eBooks | Free Business Info | Interview Questions | Free Tutorials | Arabic, French, German | IAS Preparation | Jokes, Songs, Fun | Free Classifieds | Free Recipes | Free Downloads | Bangalore Info | Tech Solutions | Project Outsourcing, Web Hosting | GATE Preparation | MBA Preparation | SAP Info | Software Testing | Google Logo Maker | Freshers Jobs

Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions
Copyright ©2003-2014 SourceCodesWorld.com, All Rights Reserved.
Page URL: http://www.sourcecodesworld.com/scripts/Tip-Passing-files-to-a-Web-service-22981/default.asp


Download Yahoo Messenger | Placement Papers | Free SMS | C Interview Questions | C++ Interview Questions | Quick2Host Review


 Advertisements