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UNIT I XML TECHNOLOGY FAMILY - XML, Benefits, Advantages of XML over HTML, EDI, Databases, XML based standards, Structuring with schemas, DTD, XML schemas, XML processing, DOM, SAX, Presentation technologies, XSL, XFORMS, XHTML, Transformation, XSLT, XLINK, XPATH, Xquery
UNIT II ARCHITECTURE WEB SERVICES - Business motivations for web services, B2B, B2C, Technical motivations, Limitations of CORBA and DCOM, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Architecting web services, Implementation view, Web services technology stack, Logical view, Composition of web services, Deployment view, From application server to peer to peer, Process view, Life in the runtime.
UNIT III WEB SERVICES BUILDING BLOCKS - Transport protocols for web services, Messaging with web services, Protocols, SOAP, Describing web services, WSDL, Anatomy of WSDL, Manipulating WSDL, Web service policy, Discovering web services, UDDI, Anatomy of UDDI, Web service inspection, Ad hoc discovery, Securing web services.
UNIT IV IMPLEMENTING XML IN E,BUSINESS - B2B, B2C applications, Different types of B2B interaction, Components of E -Business XML systems, EBXML, RosettaNet, Applied XML in vertical industry, Web services for mobile devices.
UNIT V XML CONTENT MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY - Semantic web, Role of meta data in web content, Resource description framework, RDF schema, Architecture of semantic web, Content management workflow, XLANG, WSFL, Securing web services
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