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Microsoft .NET XML Web Services (Sams White Book) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Robert Tabor


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Juni 2001 Sams White Book
This book will serve as both an introductory title and an in-depth reference that will grow with the reader as they begin to create their own Web Services. They will come to understand what Web Services are, where they fit into the 'big picture' and will have many coding examples to choose from within the first five chapters. As they begin to "get serious" about developing enterprise level Web Services, they will be able to refer back to the detailed information about the classes that implement Web Services and come to a deeper understanding of what is happening behind the scenes.

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This book will serve as both an introductory title and an in-depth reference that will grow with the reader as they begin to create their own Web Services. They will come to understand what Web Services are, where they fit into the 'big picture' and will have many coding examples to choose from within the first five chapters. As they begin to "get serious" about developing enterprise level Web Services, they will be able to refer back to the detailed information about the classes that implement Web Services and come to a deeper understanding of what is happening behind the scenes.

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Robert Tabor (MCP) has over eight years experience in Microsoft technologies as a software consultant for many well-known companies, such as Ernst & Young, KPMG, Cambridge Technology Partners, Sprint, the American Heart Association, and the Mary Kay Corporation. He has a degree in Management Information Systems from Loyola University of Chicago. Robert provides thought leadership on .NET, SOAP, and Web Services at his site http://www.SOAPWebServices.com.

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2.0 von 5 Sternen Frustrating to go through the book 11. Mai 2002
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I like the book's emphasis on consuming web services from different types of clients. The coverage on SOAP extensions is interesting.
However, going through the book has been very frustrating for the following reasons:
1) Code examples (on page 60, 154, 281, etc), instructions (on page 66, 77, etc), and notes (on page 79, 252, etc) failed on the Visual Studio.NET release version (also known as RTM - Release To Manufacturing). Looks like the book was based on VS.NET Beta. I wish the book had been up front by warning its readers. After all, people can no longer obtain VS.NET Beta.
2) Page 41 mentioned an URL for downloading the book's code samples. Thus, after encountering the first beta-related code error, I downloaded the online code samples. I was hoping that, after the book went to print, the code samples had been revised to work in the release version of VS.NET. But they were not! When I last checked on 10/May/2002, the errors were still in the online code samples.
3) Code samples (on page 60, 350, and 383) have syntax errors and therefore could not even compile in the way they were shown.
4) There are numerous text errors through out the book. The most glaring and incredible is the one in chapter 8. That chapter is supposed to examine the WSDL produced for code previously used in chapter 4 and 5. However, what was actually shown and commented on was the WSDL of code in chapter 2 and 3, not 4 and 5. What made the error even more confusing was the last paragraph on page 131. It said, "You might be wondering how developerEstimate and developerEstimateResponse got added to the [WSDL] document when they were not part of the original Web Service you created in Chapter 4 and 5. The .NET framework's created them..." For those who haven't read the book, "developerEstimate" was a Web Method in the Web Service created in chapter 2 and 3, but not in chapter 4 and 5. Chapter 4 and 5's Web Service does have a Web Method, but it is called "CalculateEstimate" on page 69.
5) It appears that not all of the recommended ways of doing things had been verified. For instance, chapter 19 recommended using WaitHandle.WaitAll in a Windows Form. But when the button2_Click code on page 315 was executed, Windows returned the error "WaitAll for multiple handles on an STA thread is not supported." That was because .NET Windows Forms use native Win32 Windows Forms which use Single Thread Apartment(STA) model.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Great If you are new to .NET Web Services. 26. Mai 2005
Von Steven - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
I bought this book used for $2.00 right here on Amazon and I must say that it's well worth that price.

This is great introductory material on .NET Web Services. Robert Tabor (the author) does a pretty decent job of breathing a little life into his writing, making it seem like an actual person wrote the book. Some dry humor is peppered about and sometimes his choice of words might seem odd... but that's much better then the common super dry college textbook style writing you often find in other technical books.

Robert does a good job of explaining everything behind the scenes of .NET Web Services. You will get a pretty detailed explanation of how SOAP, XML, WSDL, UDDI and DISCO work together to make Web Services possible. He doesn't dive too deep into advanced Web Service topics (such as security), but none-the-less

this is great material if you are new to the whole conecept.

There are better books on Web Services for sure, but if you can find this one for $2.00 used then I highly recommend picking it up, again especially if you are unfamiliar with the whole Web Service idea.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book for the beginner to intermediate 6. Mai 2003
Von M. Taube - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Finally, a book on .NET that the beginner can pick up and read without bewilderingly scratching his head. Robert's writing style is clear, consise, and really explains what's going on without droning on about complex, off-topic 'behind-the-scenes' code that's best left to the reference books.
As a budding C# programmer, I truly appreciate all the bi-lingual code Robert took pains in creating. These days, books typically pic one language and stick to it. The VB and C# folks certainly are treated equally here. And considering some of his content, I'd have a hard time in places if I were forced to convert VB into my own C#.
It's very well laid-out, the grammar and word choice is excellent, and is virtually never off-topic. It's obvoius to me that the intended audience is always kept in mind and the treatment is thorough enough that it can take a beginner from knowing very little about .NET to writing web services and clients along with describing the various technologies behind the .NET initiatives.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Great introduction to web services with ASP.NET 18. Dezember 2003
Von Doc Holiday - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I recently needed to quickly get "up to speed" on creating and using web services with ASP.NET. Although I was already very familiar with XML, SOAP, WSDL, etc., I found the explanations of how web services work to be very useful and understandable.
I also found that the sample code enabled me to easily create my own web services using ASP.NET. I appreciated that both VB and C# were included in the examples and discussions.
Overall, I found this to be a very practical, as well as understandable, introduction to ASP.NET and web services.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book, very well structured and succinct 27. Mai 2005
Von Barnabas - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
It is very well structured. Organization of the chapters and subsections in each chapter is very well designed and extremely pleasant to follow. Sentences are succinct and straightforward to the point. Excellent code examples are given. Every technical book should be written in this style, in my opinion. This book is one of the best books that I have ever read among many technical books, regardless of the subject.
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