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Perspectives on Web Services: Applying SOAP, WSDL and UDDI to Real-World Projects (Springer Professional Computing) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 25. Juli 2005

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"Web Services have emerged as a powerful tool for building complex but adaptive and agile enterprise systems in heterogeneous environments, enabling effective inter- and intra-enterprise integration. Perspective on Web Services: Applying SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI to Real-World Projects by Olaf Zimmermann, Mark R. Tomlinson, and Stefan Peuser contains erverything you need to know about developing and deploying Web services-oriented enterprise applications. Whatever your role in a Web Services application project - for example, software architect, developer, project manager, or systems administrator - you will find useful information in this book. (...) The authors combine their practical experience in Web service-oriented enterprise applications with reviews and a hands-on examination of the latest Web service specifications and technologies and IBM product capabilities."

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This book contains everything that a project team needs to know about the development and deployment of Web services with the IBM WebSphere product family. Included will be examples for all development artifacts in a format that can be reused in the reader's project. It combines the authors' own practical experiences with consolidated information on the latest product capabilities in a unique approach that allows the book to be easily accessible to a broad spectrum of readers. Finding a balance between a euphoric/optimistic and down-to earth/realistic view on the subject, this book will be an essential part of every Web service developer's bookshelf.

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Von Ein Kunde am 2. Oktober 2003
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
The title of this book promises a lot. To make it short, it holds what it promises. At almost every page you notice that the authors have working (or Real-World) experience. The tips and FAQs included in the book speak for themselves.
The partioning of the book is reasonable and chapters are called Perspectives. Eclipse and WebSphere Developers should be already familiar with that. The book is written in a funny style and never boring. The mostly subjective footnotes are always worth reading and sometimes you catch yourself nodding (and smiling, and remembering...) when reading them.
Another good thing is the PremierQuotes company example. This company (with Zippy Coder as lead developer and Mr Ed U. Cate as freelance technology instructor) wants to realise a Web service project and the doubts of the developers and managers are mentioned, explained and solved. The example draws through the whole book, starting from the planning phase until you have a full working Web service project at the end. Great!
As at the time of writing SOAP/WSDL 1.1 were the current versions and the WS-I Basic Profile not yet finished, the book is based on them. At some points you get a tip for the SOAP/WSDL 1.2 drafts (at that time, now recommendations), but not too much in the Development Perspective as the authors were interested in Real-World (and therefore stable) standards. Therefore, the outlook for new versions of standards are discussed in the Future Perspective which is also reasonable. I have to commit, I got a fan of the Perspective style used in the book.
Although the book is completely based on the Java language and IBM tools/IDEs you get a ten page appendix about .NET/C# Web service clients. This could have been a little more but you have to remember you already have to carry 650 pages with you.
I hope we get more to read from those authors. Five stars for a great book about the Web services world.
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Dieses Buch beschreibt umfassend das (Hype-)Thema Web Services. Neben einem sehr detaillierten technischen Überblick werden architekturelle Aspekte beleuchtet.
Ebenso dient das Buch als fundierte Unterstützung für einen Entscheidungsfindungsprozeß, ob man die Technologie sinnbringend im Unternehmen einsetzen kann. "Web Services - Deja Vu or Holy Grail?" wird mit zahlreichen Beispielen aus der Praxis erörtert.
Meines Erachtens das mit Abstand beste Buch zum Thema. Locker und unterhaltsam geschrieben und dennoch sehr nah an der Technik und Praxis.
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My primary reason for buying this book was the eye-catcher word "Real-World Projects" in the subtitle. I'm a professional developer/architect of enterprise size IT-projects and the fastest way for me to learn new things is by using examples. So in fact the "Development Perspective" chapter was the first chapter I've read and found it very useful if you are going to use WebSphere 5 in your project.
I was pleased to see that the next chapter "Operational Perspective" actually deals with questions regarding deployment and configuration. This is something most books are missing and many projects underestimate the importance of these aspects for a successful rollout.
Finally after reading two very useful chapters (written in an enjoyable style), I've decided to give the other chapters also a try and I wasn't disappointed. This book covers all important aspects for a successful webservice project and I strongly recomment it if you are going to start such a project.
During my time as a technical lead at Hewlett-Packard, I've got the opportunity to participate a pretty expensive software architect workshop. I was pleased to see lots of "Does and Dont's" I've learned in this workshop in the "Architecture Perspective" chapter of this book.
I finally ended up in reading all chapters of the book. I haven't read all pages of this book because of my previous knowledge and because of the excellent offered shortcuts within this book. But the time I've spent reading the rest was a rewarding investment. Whatever role you are going to play in a webservice project: you will find something useful within this book.
And finally don't forget: even Grady Booch thinks this book is a must-have. He wrote a nice forword for the book.
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Ich habe mir das Buch unter anderem gekauft, um zu lernen, wie man Webservices implementiert. Jedoch hängt die Development Perspektive von der Verwendung der "Websphere Studio Application Developer"- Software ab, die leider nicht kostenfrei erhältlich ist. Ich kann die Beispiele folglich nicht nachimplementieren. Ein praktischer Einstieg in Webservices ist mit diesem Buch daher enorm erschwert. Die Theorie über Webservice vermittelt das Buch sehr gut. Insbesondere die differenzierte Betrachtung von Webservices je nach IT-Rolle halte ich für gelungen. Wie jedoch bereits beschrieben, ist dieses Buch nicht für den praktischen Einstieg in Webservices geeignet.

Zwei Sterne weniger, denn der praktische Teilbereich im Buch hätte wesentlich anfängerfreundlicher und unabhängiger von (kostenpflichtigen) Tools beschrieben werden sollen. So, ist dieser Teilbereich fast nutzlos, wenn man die Lizenzen zu den Tools nicht besitzt.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A must-have for successful webservice projects 7. November 2003
Von Andreas Sahlbach - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
My primary reason for buying this book was the eye-catcher word "Real-World Projects" in the subtitle. I'm a professional developer/architect of enterprise size IT-projects and the fastest way for me to learn new things is by using examples. So in fact the "Development Perspective" chapter was the first chapter I've read and found it very useful if you are going to use WebSphere 5 in your project.
I was pleased to see that the next chapter "Operational Perspective" actually deals with questions regarding deployment and configuration. This is something most books are missing and many projects underestimate the importance of these aspects for a successful rollout.
Finally after reading two very useful chapters (written in an enjoyable style), I've decided to give the other chapters also a try and I wasn't disappointed. This book covers all important aspects for a successful webservice project and I strongly recomment it if you are going to start such a project.
During my time as a technical lead at Hewlett-Packard, I've got the opportunity to participate a pretty expensive software architect workshop. I was pleased to see lots of "Does and Dont's" I've learned in this workshop in the "Architecture Perspective" chapter of this book.
I finally ended up in reading all chapters of the book. I haven't read all pages of this book because of my previous knowledge and because of the excellent offered shortcuts within this book. But the time I've spent reading the rest was a rewarding investment. Whatever role you are going to play in a webservice project: you will find something useful within this book.
And finally don't forget: even Grady Booch thinks this book is a must-have. He wrote a nice forword for the book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen IBM SOA Explained 19. März 2006
Von Don Whiteside - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book excells in explaining the IBM Toolsets and their applicability in the Web Services and SOA area. Unfortunately they are for version 5 and a version 6.x addendum would be great.

Having said that working the examples into version 6 format is good practice and not too much sweat.

This book provides all the coverage you need if you are dealing with the IBM WebSphere kit (all the IBM Redbooks are also a great help!)
4.0 von 5 Sternen Wide-ranging and thorough 7. Januar 2009
Von Doctor Memory - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I got this book as my first web service reference and haven't needed another. Trying to learn WS technology by reading the standards was pretty daunting. I eventually came to find out that many companies don't provide all the pieces. They'll promote some proprietary legacy technology (that isn't quite useless), or worse, label an early (functional) product 'obsolete' and then never release the new-and-improved successor. This book brought everything together and explained a lot of the side issues and practical trade-offs. I especially appreciated the way the book maps standards (e.g., JAX-RPC) to an implementation (in this case, Apache Axis) using UML. The accompanying web site ([...]) provides updated content and code samples.

While this book is WebSphere-oriented in the development examples, the accompanying explanation provides ample information to permit the reader to adapt them to other Java tools. Developers living in the C++ and .NET worlds might benefit from an additional book, but the practical explanations and breadth of coverage of this one make it valuable to anyone working (or just trying to come to grips) with web services.
3.0 von 5 Sternen Okay 23. September 2008
Von William E. Pierce - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I wish it was more practical with better scenarios to guide architects through schema and business object definitions, gotchas and more. It gives areas to think about such as Project Managers roles, this is valuable. It could be better if updated... for example how do some of the new frameworks for persistence or distributed transactions fit?
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Review of Web Services 10. Januar 2007
Von David Y. Hu - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I like this book and am still reading it and I think I can pick up lots of skills and knowledge about Web Services. One more thing I want to mention here is that I accidentally hit a button on amazon web pages for purchasing this book so I ended up buying 2 copies of this book, a hard copy and a soft copy. I should get refund on the soft copy becuase I never review it online. The following is the part of the order info for the soft copy:

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