This chapter gives you an overview of all the latest levels related to web services.
BEEP, the Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol (formerly BXXP), is a framework for building application agreements. It has been illustrated by the IETF and made online agreements on what XML has done in the data.
These messaging and specification standards are intended to provide a framework for exchanging information in a segregated, distributed environment.
SOAP 1.1 (Note)
SOAP 1.2 (Specification)
Profile of Web Services Attachments 1.0
SOAP Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism<
Web services are only important if users can get enough information to allow their use. The focus of this specification and standards is the definition of a set of services that support the definition and acquisition of businesses, organizations, and other web service providers; the web services they make available; and technical areas that can be used to access such services.
WSDL 1.1 (Note)
WSDL 1.2 (Active Draft)
WSDL 2.0 (Working Group)
By using these security specifications, applications can include secure communications designed to work through a standard web services framework.
Web Services Security 1.0
Language of Security (SAML) Markup Language
Web services management is defined as a set of skills for the presence, availability, health, performance, use, and control and configuration of a web service within a web services framework. As web resources become more plentiful and more important to business operations, self-management and use are essential to the success of business operations.