Chapter 23. Advanced XML Web Services


  • Using the WebService Behavior

  • Securing an XML Web Service

  • Using HTML Pattern Matching

In the preceding chapter you learned how to create basic XML Web services. This chapter goes beyond the basics and discusses several advanced features of XML Web services.

First, the chapter discusses the WebService behavior. You learn how to use the WebService behavior to directly access an XML Web service through Internet Explorer.

Next, you explore one method of securing a Web service. The chapter discusses how to pass custom headers to a Web service so that you can identify the same user across multiple requests .

Finally, the chapter discusses an interesting feature of XML Web services called HMTL pattern matching. You can use HTML pattern matching to expose the content of any Web site as a Web service.

ASP.NET Unleashed
ASP.NET 4 Unleashed
ISBN: 0672331128
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 263

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